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MIXXMaker Wireless Audio & USB Mixer

        •    Has Wireless audio, USB and MiniJack inputs!
        •    Plus 2 x Balanced XLR Mic / Line Inputs
        •    Plus 2 x stereo Line In channels
        •    Global 3 way EQ control
        •    Switchable Phantom power
        •    Switchable push-to-talk with a Priority override ducker for Mic channel 1
        •    User-friendly layout in 1 RU package
        •    Flawless performance in any audio environment

    Innovation

    SmartPhones, Tablets, Laptops and other Wireless audio and USB enabled devices have rapidly become the program source of convenience for Corporate A.V Presentations, Seminars, Musicians, D.Js, Entertainment Venues, System Demonstrations and Testing, and many other audio playback applications.

    To cope with all these audio sources. ARX introduces the MIXXMaker - a new multi-channel Mic/Line Master Mixer. This unique device features Wireless audio, USB and MiniJack inputs, 2 Mic/Line inputs, 2 stereo line inputs, and Left/Right (or Zone 1 and 2) Master level controls, as well as an Auxiliary mono output with its own level control.

    That's a lot of Inputs and a lot of control in a compact, user-friendly unit only 1 RU tall!
    Great Features
The Wireless audio receiver, USB connector and the MiniJack inputs all have their own individual level controls.

    Each Microphone channel on the MIXXMaker has a Balanced Low Noise Mic input, plus individual Gain and Level controls. The Mic input can also be switched to be a Line input as required. Switchable Phantom power is also available on both Mic Inputs.
    The Stereo Line Inputs 3/4 and 5/6 each have rear panel input trim controls, as well as front panel output level controls, and their inputs are industry standard RCA type connectors.

    Additionally there are Left and Right Master controls, and a mono L+R Aux Output with its own level control. The Left and Right Master Output XLR connectors can also be switched to Mono if required, by a rear panel switch.

    The rear panel also has a connector for a push-to-talk jack, and a Priority override ducker switch for Channel 1. Pressing this switch in will duck the level of the other channels by 20dB when Channel 1 is used.

    LED Indicators
The front panel has LED indicators for Wireless audio (see Specifications below), USB active, Priority Override enabled, Phantom Power enabled, Outputs switched to Mono, and AC power.

    AC Power
It is available as a 100 to 120V AC model or a 220 to 240V AC model, and AC power is connected to the unit via a standard three pin IEC connector, with built-in fuse and voltage change switch.

    The ARX MIXXMaker is an intuitive, user-friendly Master mixer, capable of handling all commonly used current audio interfaces. In other words, a total solution to today’s install requirements. More...
UniMIX Mic/Line AV/Podcast Mixer

  • Automatic Gain Control for consistent audio recording levels
  • 6 Mic/Line Input channels with Balanced XLR Inputs
  • Dedicated stereo Line In channel
  • Individual Level controls from infinity through to +6dB
  • Master Level controls
  • Dedicated Transformer Isolated Recording Level control with Balanced XLR Outputs
  • Transformer Isolated Balanced XLR Auxiliary Output
  • Numbered Marker panels for channel assigns
  • Headroom to handle the hottest signals
  • Flawless performance in any audio environment

Many educational institutions such as colleges, universities and high schools are expected to provide downloadable recordings - podcasts - of lectures and classes, for students to access at all times on the local area network. These recordings are typically taken from the classroom/lecture theatre sound system and saved to a computer in real time.

Problem 1:
Getting the correct recording level is hard, given that the level requirements are different to those of speakers.

Problem 2:
Maintaining a steady input level to the computer requires continual monitoring to prevent digital overload.

The Solution
Introducing the new UniMIX from ARX! Six Balanced XLR Mic / Line input channels with individual level controls, plus a dedicated stereo RCA jack Line In channel.

Each Mic/Line input has infinity to +6dB of Level available on the front panel, as well as a 10 to 50dB Input Gain control. The stereo Line Input channel has a –10 to +10dB Level Trim control, to allow accurate matching of any line level signals.

On the rear panel, each of the 6 electronically balanced Mic inputs can be switched to Line via individual switches.

Multiple Masters
For the room system, the UniMIX has 2 Balanced XLR outputs, with 3 way EQ and its own Master Level control.

The Recording Outputs are stereo balanced XLR’s, transformer isolated to prevent ground loops and associated noise.

Automatic Gain Control
The Recording Master also has its own Automatic Gain Control circuitry. Specially tailored parameters ensure that levels remain constant, irrespective of Mic placement and user technique.

The result is a consistent level for the recording, providing increased intelligibility, removing the need for fulltime monitoring and the risk of overloading and distortion.

The final Master control feeds the main signal to a transformer isolated Balanced XLR Auxiliary Output. This can be used for future expansion, remote monitoring or for feeding a wireless transmitter or other device.

Global Phantom Power is available on all Microphone inputs with a rear panel switch with associated front panel status LED.

Wide Dynamic Range
Internally, careful attention to the signal path design, using precision components found in high-end mixing consoles, has resulted in a unit with very wide dynamic range. The UniMIX has enough headroom to cope with the hottest line signal, and better than digital noise specifications. More...

UniFace 'Universal Interface' Transformer Isolated Podcast Interface

  • A 'Universal Interface' for providing podcast ready audio to existing systems
  • Automatic Gain Control for consistent audio recording levels
  • Input Loop Outputs for supplying signal to speaker system amplifiers
  • Dedicated Transformer Isolated Recording Level control with Balanced XLR Outputs
  • Headroom to handle the hottest signals
  • Flawless performance in any audio environment
The new UniFace 'Universal Interface' from ARX: A user-friendly way of adapting existing systems to be ‘podcast-ready’ by simply inserting it into the existing signal chain.

Automatic Gain Control
Two Balanced XLR Line input channels feeding into the Automatic Gain Control circuitry taken from our unique UniMIX. Specially tailored parameters ensure that levels remain constant, irrespective of Mic placement and user technique.

The result is a consistent level for the recording, removing the need for fulltime monitoring and the risk of overloading and distortion. The Recording Outputs are stereo balanced XLR connectors, transformer isolated to prevent ground loops and associated noise.

For the room system, the UniFace has two Balanced XLR outputs, looped from the Balanced Inputs. The Input and loop Output XLR's are hardwired so there is no interaction with the existing room system. Industry standard connections ensure that the UniFace neatly and compatibly interfaces with existing systems with no wiring modifications being required

Wide Dynamic Range
Internally, careful attention to the signal path design, using precision components found in high-end mixing consoles, has resulted in a unit with very wide dynamic range. The UniFace has enough headroom to cope with the hottest line signal, and better than digital noise specifications

Other applications include Boardroom/Annual General Meeting recording, Courtroom, Houses of Worship, and much more. More...

MaxiMIX 4 into 2, 8 into 1 Line Mixer


For the Installation Contractor, accurately mixing line level audio signals has never been easy. Using the wrong product can lead to lack of headroom, vastly differing input levels, uneven output levels, RF breakthrough - the problems have been seemingly endless. Until now, that is!

The Solution
Introducing the MaxiMIX from ARX: Two independent mixdown groups, each consisting of 4 line inputs with individual level controls and RF filters. Both groups can be linked for a Mono 8 channel mix. Each input has up to +6dB of gain available, and full attenuation to allow matching of any line level signals.

Balanced Inputs and Outputs
In Stereo mode, each of the 4 electronically balanced inputs combine into fully balanced Master outputs, each of which has 2 male XLR sockets. In Mono mode all Eight inputs mix down to a single linked pair of Master outputs

Wide Dynamic Range
Internally, careful attention to the signal path design has resulted in a unit with wide dynamic range, enough headroom to cope with the hottest line signal, and better than digital noise specifications

Universal AC Power
AC power range is a universal 100 to 120V or 220 to 240V AC, and is connected to the unit via a standard three pin IEC connector, with built-in fuse and voltage change switch.

Applications
A typical MaxiMIX application would be as an Installation Master Mixer, combining Live Band Mix, Disco, KTV and Audio-for-Video signals. In this way they can all run independently of each other through the one speaker system.

Other applications include using it as a line sub-mixer for external effects units, and as a Keyboard, Drum machine or other Electronic Instruments sub-mixer.

Accurate and compact, the MaxiMIX's unique combination of ultra low distortion, low noise and high headroom makes it the ideal installation line mixer. More...

MIXX Four Channel Mic/Line Mixer

  • Only 1 RU high
  • Balanced XLR Mic Inputs and Outputs
  • 3 way EQ and Pan controls
  • Switchable Phantom power
  • Link multiple units together
  • User friendly layout
  • Flawless performance in any audio environment
Applications
  • Sound Reinforcement
  • Industrial Paging/BGM Systems
  • AV Systems/CD/VIDEO
  • Clubs/Gyms/Karaoke/Restaurants
  • Studio, Live and Broadcast Submixers
  • Mic Pre-amp/Mixer for Hard disk recording, Modular Digital Multitrack, ADAT
Innovation
ARX introduces the MIXX 4 channel Microphone/Line mixer, with 3 way EQ on all four channels. It's the companion product to the MIXXMaster: two innovative products using the exclusive ARX "open buss" architecture which allows mixing and zoning systems of any complexity to be easily constructed using only two standard products.

Total Flexibility
Each MIXX can be used as a standalone Audio Mixer, but when used together with the MIXXMaster they form a powerful Mixing/Zoning System second to none in simplicity and total flexibility.

You can link up multiple MIXX units to a MIXXMaster, or link multiple MIXXMaster units together. Simply by designating Master or Slave operation with a rear mounted switch, the MIXX system can be configured to suit your exact requirements.

Great Features
Each Microphone/Line input has 3 way EQ and Pan controls, plus Balanced Low Noise Microphone pre-amps. All Channels also have a direct output, ideal for recording applications. Switchable Phantom power is available on all four Mic Inputs. More...

MIXXMaster Six Input Mic/Line Master Mixer

  • Only 1 RU high
  • Balanced XLR Mic Inputs and Outputs
  • 3 way EQ and Pan controls
  • Switchable Phantom power
  • Link multiple units together
  • User friendly layout
  • Flawless performance in any audio environment
Applications
  • Sound Reinforcement
  • Industrial Paging/BGM Systems
  • AV Systems/CD/VIDEO
  • Clubs/Gyms/Karaoke/Restaurants
  • Studio, Live and Broadcast Submixers
Innovation
ARX introduces the MIXXMASTER 4 channel Microphone/Line Master Mixer, with two Mic/Line inputs, three stereo line inputs (one with 3 way EQ), and Left/Right (or Zone 1 and 2) master level controls. The companion product to the MIXX Four channel Microphone Mixer, they are both innovative products using the exclusive ARX "open buss" architecture which allows mixing and zoning systems of any complexity to be easily constructed using only two standard products:

Total Flexibility
Each MIXX or MixxMaster can be used as a standalone Audio Mixer, but when used together they form a powerful Mixing/Zoning System second to none in simplicity and total flexibility. You can link up multiple MIXX units to a MIXXMaster, or link multiple MIXXMaster units together. Simply by designating Master or Slave operation with a rear mounted switch, the MIXXMaster can be configured to suit your exact requirements.

Great Features
Each Mic input on the MIXXMaster has a Balanced Low Noise Mic input, plus 3 way EQ and Pan controls. The Mic input can also be switched to be a Line input as required. You can link up multiple MIXX units to a MIXXMaster, or link multiple MIXXMaster units together. The unique “open buss” connectors on the rear panel allow you to easily link them, giving you as many combinations of Inputs and Outputs as you require. Switchable Phantom power is available on all Mic Inputs. The Stereo Line input 3/4 also has 3 way EQ, while the Stereo Line Inputs 5/6 and 7/8 each have a level control, and all the line inputs are industry standard RCA type connectors. Additionally there are Left and Right Master controls. The rear panel also has a connector for a push-to-talk jack, and a Priority override switch for Channel 1. Pressing this in will duck the level of the other channels by 20dB when Channel 1 is used.

With its superb audio quality, massive headroom and intuitive interface, the MIXXMaster and the MIXX series are the total solution to today’s install requirements.

Universal AC Power
For all ARX Mixers the AC power range is a universal 100 to 120V or 220 to 240V AC, and is connected to the unit via a removable power lead and standard 3 pin IEC connector, with built-in fuse and voltage switch. More...
 
BarMIX Multimedia Zone/Mixer

  • Unique ‘user-friendly’ Zone/Mixer
  • Choice of four program sources to two zones
  • Comprehensive microphone control options
  • Local or Remote Master zone control
  • Mic and Zone EQ controls
  • Switchable voice override
  • Multiple stereo inputs; Balanced XLR outputs
  • Intuitive layout for non-technical operators
Innovation
The ARX BarMIX is a unique ‘user-friendly’ Zone/Mixer, enabling a choice of four stereo audio sources to be routed to each of two zones.

Intuitive Layout
The linear ergonomic flow of the front panel controls, coupled with the visual feedback of level settings and source selection makes using the BarMIX totally intuitive, even for casual staff with no prior experience.

Up to four stereo sources can be connected to the BarMIX, such as Tape/cassette/DVD/CD decks, TV/Satellite/video audio, Juke Box/Karaoke systems. Interlocking switches for each source ensure that there is no risk of accidentally selecting two sources for the one zone.

Each switch has an associated status LED for easy at-a-glance confirmation of which program source is active, and numbered panels above each switch let you label each source.

The BarMIX has provision for connecting a microphone, to allow announcements to made in the zones. There is comprehensive 3-way EQ and an individual level control for the microphone on the front panel, as well as a Gain trim control on the rear.

Front panel switches turn the microphone on for each zone, and there is also provision to connect a push-to-talk signal for priority/evac override.

Zone Setup
On the rear, each input source has a Left and Right phono (RCA type) input and an associated Gain trim control. This allows level matching of all four sources, so there is no need to reset the Zone output levels when switching between sources. Each Zone has Left and Right Balanced XLR outputs, plus dual LED meters show output levels for each zone.

Control Options BM-1 VCA Remote Level Control
Each of the two output zones has the option of being controlled Locally, i.e. from the control on the unit itself, or Remotely, with the optional BM-1 VCA Remote Level Control pack. Fitting this option will disable the front panel control. A front panel LED indicates if this option is fitted and active.

This is useful if the unit needs to be mounted some distance away from where it is likely to be controlled. For example, the BarMIX unit may be installed alongside other audio equipment in an equipment room, while the Remote can be located somewhere convenient - behind the bar, for example. More...