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ARX has announced the release of the updated DI-6SM Line Mixer and Microphone / Line Splitter.


ARX Managing Director Colin Park commented:

“We’ve updated the circuit design to take advantage of the new generation of recently released Audio Op-Amps. This has enabled ARX’s Design Engineers to increase the unit headroom and lower the output noise floor even further.”

“We’ve also redesigned the mixing and splitting topology which allows this unique and flexible Pro audio toolbox
to easily and quietly interface unbalanced signal sources such as MP3 players, Tape/cassette/DVD/CD decks, audio for video, drum machines, synthesizers, bass guitars, computers with Balanced pro audio systems, either to individual channels or summed down to one Master output and distribution of Microphone and Line Inputs to Balanced outputs, all with individual gain controls.”

For more details, visit the ARX website at www.arx.com.au/International/DI6s.htm.
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