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The MX56c, an upgrade to the Rolls MX56s, features four inputs including a mono 1/4 line input, a stereo 1/8 (3.5mm) line input, a balanced XLR microphone input with jumperable phantom power, and a stereo RCA line input.FEATURES:
A variety of outputs have also been included on the MX56c. In addition to rear panel stereo RCA outputs, the MX56c offers a front panel stereo 1/8" (3.5mm) headphone/earphone output, and a 1/4" Tip-Ring-Sleeve balanced mic out. A power switch is located on the front panel, and the unit operates on a 9V alkaline battery or the included Rolls PS27 12VDC adapter.
FRONT PANEL:pwr SWITCH: When pressed IN, applies power to the MX56c;pwr LED: Located just below the Power Switch, this LED Indicates the MX56c is connected to a power source (battery or AC adapter), and the unit is on.;PHONE OUT: 1/8" (3.5mm) TRS stereo jack for connection to stereo headphones or earphones.;MONO INST / MIC OUT: 1/4" TRS balanced mic level output jack for connection to another mixer's microphone input, or to an instrument amplifier.;
REAR PANEL:BATTERY 9V: Compartment for housing the 9V alkaline battery.;DC POWER INPUT: Connects to the Rolls PS27; 12 - 16 VDC 150 mA power supply. The inside of the jack (the post) is negative, the outside is positive.;STEREO OUT: Stereo RCA jacks with the main mixed signal at line level.;
STEREO LINE (Ch 1): Stereo RCA jacks for connection to a line-level source such as a CD, cassette or video player. ;PHANTOM POWER: The square hole between Line In 1 and Mic In 2 has the phantom power jumper. To engage the phantom power, carefully pull out the jumper with a pair of needle-nose pliers and replace it in a horizontal position so the jumper shorts the two pins together.
MICROPHONE (Ch 2): XLR input jack for connection to a dynamic or condenser microphone. If you are using a condenser type microphone make sure the Phantom Power jumper is shorted together as described above.
STEREO LINE (Ch 3): 1/8" (3.5mm" Tip-Ring-Sleeve stereo jack for connection to a line-level stereo signal source such as a laptop computer. MONO LINE (Ch 4): 1/4" Tip-Sleeve mono jack for connection to a mono line-level source such as the output of an instrument, or wireless microphone receiver
|Input||1/4 unbal;1/8 (3.5 mm) stereo;XLR bal;Stereo RCA|
|Output||Stereo RCA Line Level;1/8 TRS Stereo Phone;1/4 TRS Instrument or Mic Level, bal.|
|Max Gain||Ch 1:15 dB;Ch 2: 60 dB;Ch 3: 15 dB;Ch 4: 40 dB|
|Channel Crosstalk||-70 dB|
|Phantom Power||9 - 16 VDC depending on power source|
|Max Output||+ 12 dB|
|S/N Ratio||>80 dB|
|Box Size||6.5 x 2.7 x 1.55|
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