Dual Stereo Line Mixer

DUAL STEREO LINE MIXER is a Line mixer designer especially for guitar systems. Now you can easily mix signal  from your amplifier with line signals coming from effects processors. The result? A fundamentally lower noise ratio and overall, non-digitalized warm, analog sound. Additionally, its small size and flexibility make it useful for small keyboard systems or anywhere, where a small mixer is needed.

Many people think over  about how to force their guitar systems to sound like John Petrucci or The Edge. However, not many know how their advanced  control systems look like. We would therefore like to get you a step closer to the world’s top. One of our line mixers, which you may find in our product line will definitely help you achieving better level in your sound quality.

This device converts a serial signal into a parallel signal thanks to which we can mix-in effects (delay, reverb, chorus, flanger, etc.) to a base signal undistorted by digital processing. This idea comes from recording studios worldwide, where a base signal is mixed with effects from consoles, thanks to which it does not lose clarity while gaining ‘spaciousness’. If you want your guitar parts to never get lost in the mix, to be spacious and breathable and, most of all, if you do not want to distort your signal with additional noise this is a device you’ve been looking for…

Mix 1 consists of 5 pairs of Left and Right inputs, two External split outputs, and two pairs of MIX 1 outs.
All of these jacks are for mono plugs, and are intended for line level signals.
For mono signals, use only the Left input and the signal will feed into both the Left and Right channels.
After the four inputs are combined, their overall volume is controlled by the MIX 1 knob on the front panel, and the resulting signal is passed to the two sets of Mix 1 Out jacks.
Mix 1 In 1 and the External Split
You will blend the outputs of your effects with the pure tone of your preamp.
In most cases, the output of your preamp (or your amp’s effect send) will be connected to Mix 1 In 1.
The External Split outputs are copies of the signal coming in Mix 1 In 1. These outputs are used to drive the inputs of your effects devices.

Mix 1 Outputs
There are two separate identical stereo pairs of outputs for Mix 1. Mix 1 is also internally connected to Mix 2. These outputs can be used to drive the inputs of more stereo effects devices for a second “stage” of processing. The outputs of these effects can then be connected to Mix 2 inputs. In this way you can have two stages of parallel effects, one cascading into another. In Section 6 you will see how it all comes together in a system.

Mix 2 consists of 6 pairs of Left and Right inputs, and one pair of MIX 2 outs. After the four inputs are combined, their overall volume is controlled by the MIX 2 knob on the front panel, and the resulting signal is passed to the Mix 2 Out jacks, and to the Cabinet  Simulator circuitry (which feeds the rear panel Direct Outs and the front panel Balanced Outs).

Mix 2 In 1
If the Mix 2 In 1 jacks are empty, the stereo output of Mix 1 will be fed into Mix 2. Inserting a plug into them will break this normal connection between the two mixers.

Mix 2 Outputs
The Mix 2 Outs carry the sum of all the Mix 2 inputs. This is the output to connect to your power amp, or to your amp’s effect return jacks. If you need an output with the Cabinet Simulator, then use the Direct or the Balanced Outs instead.

Warranty 2 years.


Mix 1 and Mix 2: Left and Right channels 44kO
Input Impedance: Left only, used as mono input 22kO
Maximum Input Level: +19 bBu
Maximum Voltage Gain: +6 dBu
Output Drive: 7 V RMS across 5KOhm

Power In: Power supply socket for AC 9VAC/500mA Plug 2,5 mm x 5,5 mm
Operational temperature: -15C / +50 oC
Height: 1U (44 mm) Rack Space
Width: 19″ (482 mm) Rack Space
Length: 125 mm
Weight: 1,5 kg / 3 pounds


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