myMix Personal Monitor Mixing & Multitrack Recording System with Studio Mod

myMix Personal Monitor Mixing & Multitrack Recording System with Studio Mod

myMix Personal Monitor Mixing & Multitrack Recording System with Studio Mod

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The myMix Personal Monitor Mixing & Multitrack Recording System is a networked personal monitor mixing system that allows each user to create an individual local mix. The system is networked using standard Fast Ethernet (100Mb/s) switches. Each unit has 2 local inputs for microphone or line signals and a stereo master output. In addition, the studio modification function minimizes fan noise by over 10 dB..

The mixer unit is automatically detected on the network with its name and respective input channel. It can select individual audio channels from the network and mix up to 16 channels, which can be altered in volume, tone, panorama, solo, and mute.

Internal effects (6 reverb presets) can be added to each input signal. The stereo output signal can be sent to the network and is available on the balanced 1/4" jacks and on a 3.5mm headphone jack. A 4-band fully parametric EQ is available for the output signal. All settings of the mixer are automatically stored in profiles. Users can record the local mix as well as the individual network signals in multi-track as time stamped 24-bit WAV files on an optional SD/SDHC card. Sessions can be played back and remixed. Play Along allows mixing local inputs and tracks from the SD card.

This mixer unit is powered by the external PSU (power supply unit) or via POE (15W). The included imic stand adapter allows for easy mounting to the standard microphone stands.

Individual stereo mixes for each musician with up to 16 channels of audio
Recording on 16 plus 2 channels, mixing on up to 16 channels, and playback on 16 channels
Studio modification function helps in reducing fan noise by over 10 dB
Individual channel selection from the network
Send Mix to network
Intuitive interface with full color LCD display
Networked via standard or PoE Fast Ethernet switches
Dual mic/line inputs with 48V phantom power
Separate headphone and stereo line outputs
Mounts easily to microphone stands with the included adapter
Can be remotely controlled with the optional myMix CONTROL software
In the Box
myMix Personal Monitor Mixing & Multitrack Recording System with Studio Mod
  • Power Supply Unit (24V, 12W)
  • Microphone Stand Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Inputs
    Impedance 2 kΩ / 20 kΩ (microphone / line)
    Gain Input: Variable from +4 to +60 dB (microphone), Variable from -16 to +40 dB (line)
    Input Level +14 dBu / +34 dBu (microphone / line) maximum
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz (+0 dB, -1 dB)
    Outputs
    Impedance 75 Ω balanced / to drive >16 Ω (line / headphone outputs)
    Output Level Maximum: +21 dBu (line)
    Signal to Noise Ratio >104 dB
    THD + N <0.022% (microphone input to line out)
    Crosstalk <-80 dB (L to R)
    Mute >100 dB
    Network Type Fast Ethernet 100 Mb/s
    Network Cable Type CAT5
    Latency <1 ms (network)
    Conversion 24-bit (AD/DA)
    Recording Media SD or SDHC card
    Recording Format WAV file, 24-bit, 48 kHz sampling rate
    Inputs Microphone: Balanced XLR (1 gnd, 2 pos, 3 neg)
    Line: Balanced 1/4" jack (tip pos, ring neg, sleeve gnd)
    Outputs Line: Balanced 1/4" jack (tip pos, ring neg, sleeve gnd)
    Headphone: 3.5 mm stereo jack
    LAN Port RJ45
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 5.3 x 6.7 x 2.4" (134 x 171 x 60 mm) (excluding mic stand adapter)
    Weight 1.1 lb (0.5 kg) (excluding mic stand adapter)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 6.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.0 x 7.0 x 4.0"

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