Rolls MX124 Portable 4-Channel Stereo Mixer

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Rolls MX124 Portable 4-Channel Stereo Mixer
Key Features
  • 4-Channel Microphone SubMixer
  • XLR I/O Connectors
  • Individual Level Control
  • Portable Battery Powered
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The Rolls MX124 ProMix IV is a lightweight, compact, four-channel microphone mixer featuring 3-pin XLR inputs and transformer-balanced XLR stereo (L/R) outputs. Located on the side of the unit are four 18 VDC phantom power switches and four low-cut filter switches.
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Rolls MX124 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 24 Microphone Channels
  • 3Balanced Outputs
  • 4Individually Switched Phantom Power
  • 5Low-Cut Filter
  • 6Alternate / Headphone Outputs
  • 7Compact & Portable

The Rolls MX124 ProMix IV is a lightweight, compact, four-channel microphone mixer featuring 3-pin XLR inputs and transformer-balanced XLR stereo (L/R) outputs. Located on the side of the unit are four 18 VDC phantom power switches and four low-cut filter switches.

Individually switchable phantom power supplies allows the flexibility to use dynamic and condenser microphone simultaneously and low-cut filter switches eliminate hum, rumble and noise associated with wind and proximity effect. The front panel reveals level and pan controls for each channel. The 1/4" (6.3mm) TRS phone and 1/8" (3.5mm) mini outputs can be used to feed headphones or as alternative stereo outputs. The mixer is completely portable, operating on two 9V alkaline batteries, making it a convenient utility in ENG/EFP, video, sound reinforcement and public address applications. Alternately, it can be powered by an included adapter.

4 Microphone Channels

The MX124 ProMix IV features four 3-pin XLR microphone inputs for perfect integration with professional-grade microphones.

Balanced Outputs

The output section features stereo (L/R) transformer-balanced XLR male outputs, providing maximum gain while minimizing maintaining a low-noise floor.

Individually Switched Phantom Power

The unit supplies 18 VDC phantom power. Four phantom power switches are located on the side panel. This allows phantom to be supplied to only the channels that require it.

Low-Cut Filter

Four Low-Cut filter switches are located on the side panel, allowing individual control over noise caused by wind and proximity effect.

Alternate / Headphone Outputs

The front panel features 1/4" (6.3mm) TRS phone and 1/8" (3.5mm) mini outputs that are used to feed headphones, or as alternate stereo outputs.

Compact & Portable

The unit features an ultra portable design and operates on two 9V alkaline batteries or via the included 15 VDC power supply, making it a convenient utility on the road, in the studio, home or business.
UPC: 675889012408

Rolls MX124 Specs

Input Connections4x 3-pin XLR female
Output Connectors2x 3-pin XLR male
1x 1/8" (3.5 mm) aux output
1x 1/4" (6.3 mm) headphone output
Max Input/Output Gain+55 dB
Input Impedance: 600 Ohms
Output Impedance: XLR 500 Ohms
Signal-to-Noise Ratio84 dB
Phantom Power+18 VDC
AC Power Requirements2x 9 V Alkaline Batteries
Current Draw: 30 mA
Dimensions6.3 x 2.3 x 3.7" (160 x 58.41 x 93.98 mm) (WxHxD)
Weight1.5 lb (680.38 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.29 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.95 x 7.4 x 4.35"
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This camera does not have the capability to intake external audio, you can still use a recorder but you will have to sync the audio with the video in post production after everything is recorded separate.
Answered by: leticia
Date published: 2021-02-25

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Asked by: William
I mostly just put it on table next to tripod. A couple of times I have bungee corded it to a leg of the tripod but that's not the best solution. Other than that, there is no special way to mount close to camera that I'm aware of.
Answered by: Tim
Date published: 2021-02-08

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Can this mixer be used with a Panasonic video camera with model#HV-V180?
Asked by: Frank E
Please check the model number for your camera as you may have noted it incorrectly. If your camera is the Panasonic HC-V180, it has a built-in microphone but does not include an input for connecting an external mic so there is no input that will allow you to connect the mixer to the camera. However, you can use the mixer with a separate audio recorder and then sync the recorded audio and video later in post production.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2019-07-14

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Can this be mounted between a camera and a monopod/tripod, or must it be carried in a bag?
Asked by: John
No, it is not designed to mount between camera and tripod. I have strapped it to the legs before. You may be able to see in the picture that it has slots in the "ears" on the front. In a "run-and-gun" situation it may be better to put it into a fanny pack and strap around your waist.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-05-03

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Does this record audio on its own? Or do I need a separate device to record with?
Asked by: samir k.
it does not record alone, it allows you to mix the sound of different micro, sound that you can send to your camcorder with a wire xlr
Answered by: denis h.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can the input jacks be used for a line connection?
Asked by: Anonymous
It has microphone inputs only, however, there are modestly priced in-line XLR adapter attenuators that can pad down line level signals to microphone levels which also provide integration with the suggested microphone input impedance. B&H lists them under HOSA, SHURE, and PEARSTONE IN LINE ADAPTER ATTENUATORS .
Answered by: Alan S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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What is the battery life on this unit? I travel out of the country and battery would be preferred over using a power converter.
Asked by: Lance H.
It seems pretty good. I can make dozens of recordings on it without changing the batteries. You should take extra 9v batteries just to be safe, but I think you'll find the battery life more than acceptable. I use Duracell, if that matters. One note... I would recommend using batteries even when shooting in a studio because the DC converter seems to introduce considerable noise (buzz).
Answered by: Paul G.
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Can a threaded adapter be used on this mixer? Say to mount on a light stand.
Asked by: Tobias
Hey Tobias, There are no threads on the bottom or top of the mixer. You could use a cardellini and grip it from the side and mount to a stand.
Answered by: Jeffrey C.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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