New ARX MixxMaker rack mixer
ARX adds a new model to the Mixx rack mixer range that is USB and Bluetooth-compatible.
With the MixxMaker, ARX offers a rackable mixer that can handle traditional analog mic and line signals but also the audio coming from your smartphone, tablet, computer or any device that is USB or Bluetooth-connected.
The MixxMaker features 2 XLR mic/line inputs with 48V phantom power, +60dB of gain, level and -20dB pad ; two RCA stereo line inputs, XLR left and right main outputs and an XLR mono auxiliary output with dedicated level.
The front panel includes a USB type B port with its volume control, an 1/8” aux input with dedicated level knob and you can also adjust the level of the Bluetooth audio signal.
ARX also added a three-band EQ and a Push-to-Talk feature with Priority on mic channel 1.
The MixxMaker has a 19” 1U rack format. No information regarding the availability of this new mode which details are online at www.arx.com.au.
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