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The perfect device for when you need just a few more mic channels! This handy little unit combines 3 microphone signals into one microphone level output, and mixes each microphone independently. It effectively adds 2 more mic inputs to your mixer.
ART ProMix 3-Channel Microphone Mixer / Combiner Box
The perfect device for when you need just a few more mic channels! This handy little unit combines 3 microphone signals into one microphone level output, and mixes each microphone independently. That's already pretty handy, but in addition each channel features independent phantom power switches and low pass switches. It effectively adds 2 more mic inputs to your mixer.
Useful On the Go
Like most gear from ART, this unit is so compact it can practically fit in your pocket, and with the option to run off 2x 9v batteries you can use this little guy anywhere you want. A dedicated headphone output lets you listen solely to the 3 inputs, so you can mix accurately in a live situation.
ART (acronym: Applied Research & Technology) are renowned for producing devices that feature unique gadgets and functions that make you think "Why hasn't anyone thought of that before?".
- 3 low-impedance XLR mic channels
- 3 independent level controls
- 3 phantom power on/off DIP switches
- 3 low - frequency cut on/off DIP switches
- A low-impedance balanced XLR line output
- Stereo 1/4" Phones/Aux. output
- Clip LED (fires 3dB below the onset of clipping)
- On/off Power switch, with LED
- Power: 18V DC (Adapter included)
- Output Phantom Power: 12V DC
- Optional 2 x 9V Battery Power yields 18V Phantom Power
- Low Cut: -3dB@100Hz
- Input and Output Impedance: 600ohms
- THD: 0.02%
- Max Output Level: +14dB
- Max Input Level: -14dB
- Clip Headroom: 3dB
- Max Gain: +60dB
- Dimensions: 143mm x 92mm x 45mm
- Weight: 0.91kg
By: Jose Garcia on 27 February 2015Early days yet, but so far I am impressed. The ART Promix 3 is an inexpensive way to get a couple of musicians using a single acoustic amp, that's what I'm using it for. You could also use it to add the number of inputs on your mixer. Where previously I would run two instruments and two vocal mics through a mixer to PA amps or run through two acoustic amps with two inputs each, I now use this, attached two a Marshall AS50D amp. Works well.