Feature-packed yet compact, the Miles Technology MTX-62 MultiMixer combines, routes, and improves audio signal sources while maintaining state-of-the-art signal quality.
The MTX-62 is ideal for a wide range of applications including auditoriums, A/V systems, houses of worship, multimedia rooms, schools, broadcast, production and post-processing studios, installed home theater, and many other venues.
A ZoomLevel fader/gain control operates each input channel. This sets both the preamp gain and send level, making it quick and easy to achieve the correct setting for any input source. Adjustment is further assisted with the two-LED input level displays.
The MTX-62's high-quality, high-gain preamps provide noise-free performance with any microphone or line input source. These utilize the SSM2017 preamp IC which features excellent performance at all gain settings.
Optimum sound quality at each input is achieved with the two-band EQ sections, which are carefully designed for the best sonic results.
Input assign switches send each input signal to Output 1, Output 2, or both, for stereo left/center/right applications or for subgrouping.
The unit=s balanced inputs feature XLR and 1/4-inch combination jacks for hassle-free connections.
The two output sections feature independent master controls and two-LED output level displays. The high-level balanced XLR outputs can drive long lines and low-impedance loads.
Switchable high-performance crossover filters and a separate subwoofer output allow ideal operation with biamped speaker systems. Choose flat, stereo crossover at 100 Hz, or mono crossover at 500 Hz. Constant-directivity horn equalization is selectable also.
Send/return insert jacks allow signal processor patching and serve as fixed-level output sends for recording.
Stacking jacks for each mix bus allow multiple MTX-62's to accommodate any number of inputs or outputs for larger audio systems.
Designed for high performance, backed by a three-year warranty, and made in the U.S.A., the
MTX-62 MultiMixer reflects the essence of mixing versatility and high quality.
Six balanced inputs, two balanced outputs
Stacking jacks for each mix bus
Pre-master insert patching for each output channel
Built-in switchable crossover filters at the outputs
Mono subwoofer output
Balanced, switchable to line, mic, or mic with phantom power
Maximum input level: +27 dBu
Line input impedance: 20K ohms
Microphone input impedance:
Balanced or unbalanced line level
Maximum output level: +26 dBu
Differential output impedance: 100 ohms
Inputs: Combination female XLR and 1/4-inch
Main outputs: Male XLR
Stacking and Subwoofer output: RCA type
Insert: 1/4-inch, TRS send-return
Microphone input to main output:
"12 dB at 100 Hz
"12 dB at 8 kHz
5 dB dip at 2 kHz and 12 dB/oct. rise 4 kHz to 20 kHz; typical for CD horn
4th-order Linkwitz-Riley 4th order (24 dB per octave)
Selectable to Flat, 100 Hz stereo with mono low-pass (subwoofer) output, or 500 Hz mono with balanced low-pass and high-pass outputs
Any input to any output, not including crossover: 20 Hz to 20 kHz +0/-1 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion
20 Hz to 20 kHz, at full output: 0.03% typical; 0.1% maximum
Equivalent Input Noise, mic input, maximum gain, 150-ohm source, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, unweighted: -129 dBu typical
Residual output noise, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, unweighted: <-80 dBu
Front Panel Controls:
Each input (1-6):
Low EQ, High EQ, output assign
(1, 2 or 1 & 2), channel send level
Output 1 level, Output 2 level
Back Panel Controls:
Input select (mic, line, or mic with phantom power)
Crossover select (flat, 100 Hz, or 500Hz)
Front Panel Indicators:
Signal & peak LED at each input and output; Power On LED
19 in. x 1.75 in. x 10 in. (48.3 cm x 4.45 cm x 25.4 cm); 1U rack space
Note: 0 dBu = 0.775 V rms