4 - 6 CHANNEL MIC/LINE MIXER
A. INPUT CHANNEL SECTION B. MASTER SECTION C. MIXER OUTPUT SECTION D. POWER SECTION E. INSTALLATION F. APPENDIX G. BLOCK DIAGRAM
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Ultra-low noise discrete Mic Preamps with +48 V Phantom Power Extremely high headroom - offering more dynamic range Balanced Inputs for highest signal integrity Ultra-musical 2-band EQ on all channelsPeak LEDs all Mono Channels 1 Aux Send per channel for external effects and monitoring Build in digital multi (16 DSP) Master Mix Output and rec output Highly accurate 5 segment Bargraph Meters Separate Master Mix Outputs
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A. INPUT CHANNEL SECTION
1. BALANCE INPUT (MIC)
Electronially Balanced inputs acceptable a standard XLR male connector. + 48V Phantom Power available on each input Mic socket. and this switch is on Rear Phantom Power.
2. LINE INPUT
The unbalanced Mic input is provided for the use of an unbalance mic andis designed to accept an unbalanced high impedance input signal. (This use for connection Deck, Turntable, Keyboard etc..)
This has a function which adjusts the input sensitivity of each channel in order to input the constant level of the signal.
4. HI EQ
This control gives you up to 15 dB of boost or cut at 12KHz and above, and it is also flat at the detent.Use it to add sizzle to cymbals, and an overall sense of transparency or edge to key-boards, vocals, guitar, and bacon frying. Turn it down a little to reduce sibilance, or to hide tape hiss.
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5. LOW EQ
This control gives you up to 15 dB boost or cut at 80Hz and below. This circuit is flat (no boost or cut) at the center detent position. This frequency reptesentsthe punch in bass drums, bass guitar, fat synth patches, and some really serious male singers.
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6. SEND /EFF
This is normally derived after the EQ and channel fader (POST FADE, POST EQ), and is therefore follow any changers in fader level. They are normally used to drive effects processing units which are fed back into the mixer and which must fade out with theinput channel.
The pan control sends continuously variable amounts of the post fader signal to either the left and right main busses. In the center position equal amounts of signal are sent to the left and right.
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8. CHANNEL FADER
This is function to adjust the volume of signal connection into each channel and adjust the volume of output, together withmaster fader. Normal operating position is at the “O” mark, providing 4dB of gain adove that point, if required.
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A red LED indicates a signal level at the insert return point, premaster fader, It illuminates at approximately 5dB below clipping.
B. MASTER SECTION
10. SEND / EFFECT
When this button is up, Post signal work as send signal. When this button is down,post signal work as EFFECT singal.
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11. EFFECT RETURN
This is used for adjusting frequency of echo repeat, since too echo repeat may cause a nowl, please adjust frequency properly.
12. AUX RETURN
This is used for adjusting frequency of echo repeat, since too echo repeat may cause a nowl,...