Azden offers three-channel field audio mixer
February 6, 2006
The Azden FMX-32 mixer connects to a video camera’s mic input via the unit’s balanced XLR outputs or its 3.5mm unbalanced stereo output.
Azden has unveiled a new field audio mixer, the low-noise three-channel model FMX-32.
Designed to mix low-impedance, XLR-equipped microphones, the FMX-32 connects to a video camera’s mic input via the FMX-32’s balanced XLR outputs or its 3.5mm unbalanced stereo output. The mixer features three balanced mic inputs with individual input level controls.
Each input can be assigned to the left, right or combined output. Overall output is displayed through a five-step LED level indicator. The output features a switchable limiter to reduce the possibility of overload distortion.
Each microphone input has switchable phantom power (48VDC). Level controlled headphones can be used to monitor the left, right or combined output signal.
The FMX-32 can be powered for 15 hours by six internal AA Alkaline batteries or continually by an optional external 12VDC power supply.
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