Alto Zephyr Series ZMX52 5-Channel Compact Mixer
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Good quality, small console for solo or duo acts, or multimedia source mixing.
The ZEPHYR ZMX52 is a 5-channel mixer with all the essential inputs, outputs, and EQ for solo gigs and multimedia studios. It features one mono channel with a microphone input (with Phantom Power), balanced TRS input, and a two-band EQ and a stereo channel. It also delivers two stereo channels with two balanced TRS inputs each. There's even two-track inputs for things such as audio playback.
The ZMX52 is the perfect mixer for quick, easy setups with no hassle. Not only can you can plug dynamic, condenser, and wireless microphones into the first channel, but you also get two stereo channel inputs for keyboards, drum machines, and other instruments. What's more, you can easily plug in your MP3 player, CD players, or audio from a DVD player into the CD/TAPE input. But, you also have a dedicated stereo output to send to a recorder in addition to the main stereo outputs. Choose the ZMX52 as the audio central command for your live performances, home studio, or video suite.
All Alto Professional ZEPHYR ZMX mixers are designed with high headroom and ultra low-noise, discrete mic preamps so you always get the full dynamic range of your mix every time.
Sometimes venues are dark and it can be hard to see what you're working with. Alto Professional solves this problem by not only color coding each section of the mixer, but also by using brightly colored knobs so that you can easily find what you need to adjust before you ever lay a finger on the mixer. Our blue, red and white pots are instantly easy to identify in dim lighting. LED indicators for output level, peak, and phantom power also assist in making sure that you have multiple visual cues that compliment everything you're hearing.
- Eight total inputs including an XLR jack with phantom power and EQ on channel one
- 1/4" Main, Tape, Headphone and Aux outputs for flexible routing and monitoring
- Compact design perfect for musicians looking for easy portage and quick set-up
- One MIC input channel with gold plated XLR and balanced Line input
- Two stereo input channels with balanced TRS jack
- Extremely high headroom offering extra dynamic range
- Ultra-low noise discrete mic pre-amps with +18V Phantom power
- Balanced inputs for highest signal integrity and low-noise operation
- Warm, natural two-band EQ on mono channel
- Peak LEDs on each channel
- 2-Track inputs with level control assignable to main mix, headphone outputs
Get one today and use the space you save for knick-knacks and bric-a-brac.
Zephyr Series ZMX52 5-Channel Compact Mixer Specifications:
- Frequency response: All inputs: 20 Hz - 22 kHz (Â±1 dB)
- THD+N: All inputs: < 0.005% (@ 4 dBu, 1 kHz)
- Gain range: Mic inputs (Channels 1-2): 0 - 50 dB
- Line inputs (Channels 1-2): 15 dBu - 35 dBu
- Line inputs (Channels 3-6): -20 dBu - +20 dBu
- Max voltage gain: 70 dB (mic input to main mix output)
- 80 dB (mic input to ctrl room / phones ouptut)
- 60 dB (mic input to aux send)
- SNR: All inputs: > 110 dBu
- Impedance: Mic inputs: 3.9 kÎ©
- All other inputs: > 10 kÎ©
- Aux outputs: 1 kÎ©
- All outputs: 120 Î©
- Equalization: High: Â±15 dB @ 12 kHz Low: Â±15 dB @ 80 Hz
- Crosstalk: Adjacent inputs: < -80 dB @ 1 kHz
- Inputs to outputs: < -75 dB @ 1 kHz (stereo L/R, Channels 1-2, panned hard left
- or right)
- Main mix: AUX OUTPUT, PHONES OUTPUT: 0 dBu, unbalanced, 1/4" jacks Max output: +22 dBu, unbalanced, 1/4" jacks Bus noise: < -90 dB @ 20 Hz ~ 22 kHz (Channel and Main Mix levels at 0 dB, others at minimum)
- Power supply: 18 V, 500mA
- Power consumption: 9 W
- Dimensions (w x h x d): 5.1" x 1.5" x 8"
- Weight: 1.65 lb.
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Comments about Alto Zephyr Series ZMX52 5-Channel Compact Mixer:
If you need a small, solid mixer for only a few inputs, this is a viable, solidly constructed possibility. However if you hook up monitors that only accept a TRS connection, the mixer's unbalanced outs can present a noise problem.