I recently wanted to simplify a stage keyboard setup that involved mixing two stereo keyboards together while providing duplicate outputs for the FOH feed and local powered monitoring. A Mackie VLZ mixer had previously served, but it was bulky and required mains power: it was overkill for such a simple job, and could be better utilised elsewhere. Internally, there are, in effect, two stereo buses. The other is the stereo Mix bus where the four mix inputs feed the Mix Out socket.
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This symbol, whenever it appears, alerts you to important operating and maintenance instructions in the accompanying literature. Please read the manual. Read Instructions: Retain safety and operating instructions for future reference. Heed all warnings printed here and on the equipment. Mix 4 stereo input channels down to 1 stereo output, split a stereo input signal to distribute 4 stereo output channels, or combine the configurations for a wide range of applications.
Stereo keyboards are shown as the source but any line level signal will work. Stereo powered speakers are shown as the load but the outputs will work just fine into a mixer, HiFi system, computer, or instrument amplifier. Application Chart Descriptions Figure 1. Traditional 4-in 1-out mixer with separate level control for each channel. Figure 2. Figure 3.
Ch3 and 4 mix 2 sources into 1 output, while Ch1 and 2 provide 2 outputs from the splitter input source. Figure 4. Ch2, 3, and 4 mix 3 sources into 1 output, while Ch1 input passes thru level control to Ch1 output. Figure 5.
Figure 9. This warranty gives you specific rights and you may have other rights, which vary, from state to state. The warranty terms listed above are only valid within the United States of America. For units purchased outside the United States, an authorized distributor of Applied Research and Technology will provide service. For information on warranty and service policies outside of the U. Be sure that the unit is the cause of the problem.
Check to make sure that the unit has power supplied, that all cables are connected correctly, and that the cables themselves are in working condition. You may want to consult with your dealer for assistance in troubleshooting or testing your particular configuration. If you believe that the ART unit is at fault, go to www. User 's Manu al.
Page 3 Installation: Install the unit in accordance with the instructions printed in the user guide. Page 5 headphones, and high impedance instrument pickups need an additional amplifier, but any other audio equipment should work well with the SPLITMix4.
Page 8 Figure 9. Page 12 or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Page 14 Page 15 www. Page 16 SM V1.
The compact unit can mix 4 stereo inputs down to a single stereo output, split a single stereo input to 4 outputs, and more. Each channel has its own level control for convenient customization. The unit is entirely passive, so no batteries or power supply are required. The manual also provides troubleshooting for common problems.
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