Azden FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer

Azden FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer

Azden FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer

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  • 2-Channel Battery Powered Mixer
  • 2 Dual-Stage Microphone Inputs
  • Individually Switchable Phantom Power
  • Independent Limiter Per Channel
  • Left, Right, Center Selector Switches
  • Balanced XLR Outputs
  • 1/8" TRS Stereo Output for Video Cameras
  • Headphone Output with Level Control
  • Dual 5-Segment Output Level Indicators
  • Lightweight yet Rugged Construction
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The FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer by Azden is a lightweight 2-channel battery-powered solution for any remote audio application. It features 2 XLR microphone inputs with individually switchable phantom power and two gain stages.

Each channel of the FMX-22 has a volume control, a 3-way (left, right, center) pan selector, and a limiter on/off switch. A master volume control and dual 5-segment output level indicators help maintain optimal signal strength and prevent clipping.

The FMX-22 has balanced XLR outputs in addition to an 1/8" TRS stereo output. A 1/4" headphone output with an independent volume adjustment allows you to comfortably monitor your signal.

Azden - FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer
  • Powered by 4 AA batteries
  • 2 XLR microphone inputs
  • Individually switchable phantom power, gain staging, panning, and limiter per channel
  • Master volume control
  • Dual 5-segment output level indicators
  • Balanced XLR outputs
  • 1/8" TRS stereo output for video cameras
  • Headphone output with volume control
  • Lightweight yet rugged construction
UPC: 095528070093
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Azden FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer
  • Adhesive Touch-Fastener Strip
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
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    Azden FMX-22 Specs

    Inputs 2 x XLR
    Outputs 2 x XLR balanced
    1 x 1/8" TRS stereo unbalanced
    1 x 1/4" headphone/monitor
    Maximum Input Level Mic Lo: -20 dBu
    Mic Hi: -3 dBu
    Maximum Gain Mic Lo: +58
    Mic Hi: +42 dB
    Input Impedance Mic Lo: 2kΩ
    Mic Hi: 2kΩ
    Maximum Output Level Balanced Main Outputs: +15 dBu @ 5kΩ
    Unbalanced Stereo Mic Output: -20 dBu @ 2kΩ
    Headphone/Monitor Output: +1.5 dBu @ 32kΩ
    Frequency Response 20 to 20,000 Hz (+0 /-0.5 dB)
    Noise Level -119 dBu
    THD < 0.005% @ 1 kHz, + 19 dBu
    Phantom Power +48V ±1.5V, individually switchable
    Power 4 x AA alkaline batteries
    DC 12V 200 mA
    Battery Life Up to 15 hours of continuous use
    Dimensions (L x W x H) 5.7 x 4.7 x 2.1" (145 x 120 x 53.5 mm)
    Weight 1.48 lb (670 kg)
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    Package Weight 1.89 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.2 x 6.7 x 3.6"

    Azden FMX-22 Reviews

    FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product This is the first mixer I've purchased for on camera sound capture. I'm using this with my BMCC and a Rode NTG1 mic. All the options I need are there and the price was right so I have this unit a go. It's pretty big for on camera work and it doesn't come with any attachment options other than Velcro. It uses AA batteries which you can get anywhere. Using the XLR outputs, the sound is very clean even at max gain. When outputting with the stereo output, I found the sound to be seriously lacking in low end. However since I only had the one cable and recorder to test at the time, I can't say for sure it's the mixer's issue, but I think it is. Other than then size my only other complaint would be the actual gain is not that high.
    Date published: 2013-07-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Value For The Money I use this to cleanly boost the signal coming into my portable recorder, a Roland R-26. It is of decent build and does an admirable job of boosting the signal. As many people are trying to get a higher quality sound for their work, this is one way to do it. You get a quality field mixer like this one with a good transformer, then you can record with a lower noise floor on your portable recorder. I recently did an unscientific test (using my ears) and compared the signal this creates with that of the Sound Devices MM-1 and could not hear any appreciable difference. Although the Sound Devices is built like a German tank compared to the Azden, I suppose Azden had to cut costs somewhere, but they did it on the outside, not the inside where it matters. I highly recommend this field mixed and do not think you will be able to find a better mixer at this price point. The only alternative to this that I can see is the Sound Devices MM-1, but that is one channel less, or the Sound Devices MixPre, which is triple the price of this. However, for my ears, I cannot hear any difference between the MM-1 and this unit.
    Date published: 2015-04-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality for the price! I use this mixer for broadcasting. I plug my NTG-3 in it and I use an XLR output for the camera. The stereo output is going into my H4. The only thing is that the phantom power button for the 1st channel is broken but it still works. I don't think I'll return it for that.
    Date published: 2013-08-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXTRAORDINARY I was amazed at the difference this mixer has made in live mic audio. For decades, I mostly plugged into a sound board, or worked with a sound engineer. Lately I've been booking more live mic shoots, and the sound is always awful. This mixer is so clean, simple to use, easy to carry, and for location,4 batteries. Brilliant! My audio has improved 100%, and at this price, it is a must have, extraordinary piece of equipment!
    Date published: 2016-09-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the best Nothing beats this mixer for the price I did used with the BMCC and works perfect AA batteries wow what a nice solution
    Date published: 2014-03-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer by Azden Good performance.
    Date published: 2014-03-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Excellent Sound
    Date published: 2014-06-01
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    Can you use both the XLR outputs and the 1/8&quot; TRS ...

    Can you use both the XLR outputs and the 1/8&quot; TRS stereo output at the same time?
    Asked by: Mark
    Yes it is possible to use both the XLR and 1/8&quot; outputs simultaneously, but they do not have independent volume controls.
    Answered by: Azden Expert
    Date published: 2018-11-23

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    Can you send the sound to your DSLR and record the audio to your camera? I have the GH4
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Does FMX-22 give the choice of line and mic level output ?
    Answered by: steven r.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    What is the difference between the MIC LO and MIC HI in the inout level switch?
    Asked by: Yu H.
    Hello Yu. Thank you for your inquiry in regards to the FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer. The difference between the MIC LO and MIC HI setting is the input level. The MIC LO setting has a max of -21dBu (2k) and the MIC HI setting has a max of -5dBu (2k).
    Answered by: Azden Tech Azden Expert
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    I am trying to get phantom power to a Sennheiser microphone and split it's signal to 2 discreet channels (at different levels) on my Zoom H6. Plugging the mic into Channel 1 with the Channel 1 switch set to C for center should send mic signal to both XLR outputs? Correct? That would mean I could send those 2 outputs to 2 inputs on the Zoom. Channel 2 level would be set at zero to cut any noise added to the output.
    Asked by: Ric
    No tengo una Zoom H6, pero voy a indagar a ver si puedo ayudarte.
    Answered by: MIGUEL P.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    1) Is the limiter analogue or digital? 2) Is the XLR output Mic level or Line level
    Asked by: Alex
    Hello Alex,Thank you for your inquiry in regards to the FMX-22 Portable Field Mixer. To answer your questions: 1) the limiters are analog 2) the XLR output of the FMX-22 is MIC level output.
    Answered by: Azden Tech Azden Expert
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    Can I mount this mixer on top of my Manfrotto tripod or monopod, and then mount my camcorder on TOP of the mixer? I know it's more common to mount mixers on TOP of camera's, but I prefer it the other way around.
    Asked by: John R.
    Hi John,The mixer has no mounting points. It has room for a strap. If you wanted to mount onto a tripod etc you would need a cage to hold it - then you would mount to that.I havnt looked for a cage for this mixer.
    Answered by: Mr L.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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