WNAMM07: Perfectly Portable Mixer

Edirol launch the mains or battery-powered M-10MX      30/01/07

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WNAMM07: Perfectly Portable Mixer

Almost small enough to put in your pocket, Edirol’s M-10MX looks like it’s ready to travel. With a choice of 1/4� and RCA inputs and outputs, Edirol say that the M-10MX lets you mix wherever you go.
The M-10MX comes with an AC adaptor, but it can also operate on battery power (four AA batteries). Edirol believe that, thanks to its compact body and battery operation, the M-10MX is an excellent tool for podcasting, location video and/or field recording and mixing. You can connect a wide range of audio devices to the M-10MX, including dynamic microphones, musical instruments, consumer audio devices, video equipment, and audio interfaces for computer audio. The back panel offers 1/4� and RCA input and output ports, plus a dedicated plug-in powered, stereo electret condenser microphone jack, suitable for use with mics such as Edirol’s own CS-15. For outputs, two TRS balanced 1/4� phone jacks are provided.
The M-10MX is equipped with both coaxial and optical S/PDIF 24-bit/96kHz digital audio outputs, which allows it to supply digital audio directly to your computer and products such as he Edirol MA-series digital speakers or Roland DS-series monitors with S/PDIF digital inputs . The M-10MX can also be connected to audio interfaces such as EDIROL’s UA or FA-series units for recording and mixing entirely in the digital domain.
  • Compact and portable, perfect for mobile/field use
  • Wide range of analog inputs and outputs, including two TRS 1/4â€� output jacks
  • 24-bit/96kHz S/PDIF coaxial and optical outputs
  • Battery or AC power (AC adaptor included)
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