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[NAMM] Alesis adds the MultiMix 10 Wireless mixer

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Alesis MultiMix 10 Wireless

Analog Mixer from Alesis belonging to the MultiMix series.

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Alesis introduces at NAMM the MultiMix 10 Wireless 10 channel rack-mount mixer suited for smaller clubs and venues.

Channels 1–4 are mono and offer both XLR mic inputs (selectable phantom power is provided) and balanced 1/4" inputs. TRS inserts are also provided. Channels 5/6 and 7/8 are stereo-paired channels, offering left and right balanced 1/4" ins. Channels 7/8 also offer a pair of stereo RCA inputs. Configured in stereo, Channels 9/10 are dedicated to receiving a stereo audio signal from any Bluetooth-enabled device. Each channel offers a peak LED, trim knob, 2-band EQ, pre and post sends, a pan knob, and a smooth-travelling 60mm fader.

On the back panel, the MultiMix 10 Wireless features 1/4" aux sends and 1/4" balanced stereo returns. The main stereo outs are 1/4" balanced, and an additional set of 1/4" stereo monitor outs are provided. Up on the front panel, the Master section includes additional easy-access XLR+1/4" combo inputs for Channels 1 and 2 that override the respective rear inputs, making it easy to temporarily connect a microphone or other sound source without removing the mixer from the rack. An 1/8" jack allows a non-Bluetooth source to access Channel 9. 

Located alongside the master fader, the twin 10-stage LED meters feature red peak indicators. A dedicated headphone jack is provided; the level is controlled by the monitor/phones knob. A 1/8" output provides the main mix directly from the front panel.

Pricing and availability will be announced shortly on www.alesis.com.

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