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MIXING CONSOLE CONSOLES DE MIXAGE MISCHPULTE CONSOLA DE MEZCLA
Users Guide Manuel dutilisation Bedienungsanleitung Manual de uso

A B 20dB A B

A B 20dB

ST IN 1/3 S T 1

A B +4 -10 PEAK SIGNAL

ST IN 2/4 S T 2

A B +4 -10 PEAK SIGNAL PEAK +6 PEAK +6 +4 +GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP 4 PEAK +6 +4 +15 20

MIXING CONSOLE

PEAK SIGNAL
PEAK SIGNAL 15 HIGH +HIGH +15 +4 +2 0

LOW +LOW +15

7 AUX 1 AUX 1 AUX 34 GROUP 1

+15 AUX 2 12

5K MID FREQ

L STEREO 1 R

L ST2/MONITOR R 34 ST METER SELECT ST

+15 POWER

L ODD R EVEN L ODD R EVEN

LOW EQ

BAL/PAN

PHANTOM

0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E 0 AUX P R E PFL

+4 -10 PEAK SIGNAL

TALKBACK IN

GRP 14 AUX 14 ST

+15 PEAK PEAK PEAK PEAK PEAK TB 0 LEVEL 10

AUX 3 AUX 4

AUX 3 AUX 34 ST

P O S T 0 AUX 0 AUX 5 10

P O S T 0 AUX 5 10

P O S T

AUX SEND 1 AUX SEND 2 AUX SEND 3 AUX SEND 4 AUX SEND 5

REC OUT

2TR IN

BAL/PAN MONI

TAPE IN

PHONES

R EVEN

STLEVEL LEVEL 10

ST IN 1/3

ST IN 2/4

GROUP 1

GROUP 2

GROUP 3

GROUP 4

ST2/MONITOR

L ST 1 R

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Connecting the Plug and Cord
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: BLUE : NEUTRAL BROWN : LIVE As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug. * This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA - KEMBLE MUSIC (U.K.) LTD. 5-2 BS2/5

Contents

Introduction. 1

Features of the MX400. 1

Front and rear panels. 2
Input modules. 2 Stereo module. 5 AUX SEND module. 7 GROUP module. 7 ST2/MONITOR module. 8 Master module (L-ST1-R). 9 Meters. 10
Rear panel. 11 Appendix. 14
General specifications. Input Specifications. Output Specifications. Dimensions. 16 16

MX400 Users Guide

Precautions

1. Location

Keep the unit away from locations where it is likely to be exposed to high temperatures or humidity such as near radiators, stoves, etc. Also avoid locations which are subject to excessive dust accumulation or vibration which could cause mechanical damage and locations subject to strong electromagnetic elds, such as close to broadcast equipment.

2. Ventilation

The unit has ventilation slots on the bottom panel. Do not block these vents.

3. Avoid Physical Shocks

Strong physical shocks to the unit can cause damage. Handle it with care.
4. Do Not Open the Case or Attempt Repairs or Modications Yourself
This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Refer all maintenance to qualied Yamaha service personnel. Opening the case and/or tampering with the internal circuitry voids the warranty.
5. Always power off before making connections
Always turn the power OFF before connecting or disconnecting cables. This is important to prevent damage to the unit itself as well as other connected equipment.
6. Handle Cables Carefully
Always plug and unplug cables including the AC power cord by gripping the connector, not the cord.
7. Clean With a Soft Dry Cloth
Never use solvents such as benzine or thinner to clean the unit. Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth.
8. Always Use the Correct Power Supply
Make sure that the power supply voltage specied on the rear panel matches your local AC mains supply. Also make sure that the AC mains supply can deliver more than enough current to handle all equipment used in your system.

Introduction

Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha MX400. The MX400 series is designed for easy operation and versatility in a wide range of applications, including PA and installed systems. The MX400 series includes three models; 8 channel, 12 channel, 16 channel, and 24 channel mixers. In order to take full advantage of the MX400s functionality, please read this manual carefully.

Features of the MX400

Each of the mono input channels provides the following functions. XLR/phone input jacks 20dB pad switch / continuously variable gain control 3 band EQ (with variable mid-range frequency) / EQ on/off switch / high pass lter switch TRS insert jack / direct output A total of 5 AUX SEND systems (pre 2, post/pre 2 (switchable), post 1) ODD/EVEN group and stereo assign switch / pan control Channel ON switch PFL switch Level meter for accurate level control In addition to the mono input channels, 4 sets of stereo input channels are provided, with the following functions. Four stereo inputs with 2 band EQ GROUP/AUX/STEREO assign switches Balance/pan control TRS 1/4 phone jack and RCA input jack select switch (only for stereo input 1/2) The master section provides the following features. Five fader-style AUX SEND controls Independent 3 point level meter for each AUX SEND control TO ST switch and pan control for each GROUP GROUP ON switch, AFL switch, and 100 mm fader for each GROUP The MONI/ST2 switch allows the ST2/MONI OUT output signal to be switched in the following two ways; 1) One of the signals from an external source input to the stereo bus, the PFL bus, or the 2TR IN. 2) The same signal as the ST1 OUT output signal. ON switch, L+R switch, and fader are provided for the ST2/MONI OUT output signal. In addition, the following functions are provided. XLR mic inputs Talkback level control Assign switch The TAPE IN jacks and REC OUT jacks have level controls, for convenience when you need additional margin for monitoring or recording. The level meters with peak indicators allow accurate monitoring.

Front and rear panels

Input modules

1 A/B switch

This switch selects the signal source of the input module. Select INPUT A (XLR type) or INPUT B (1/4 phone type).

2 20dB pad switch

This is a 20dB input pad (attenuator) that affects INPUT A and INPUT B. If the level of the input signal is too high for adjustments to be made using the GAIN control alone, use the pad to attenuate the signal to an appropriate level. The pad is on when this switch is pressed in.

3 GAIN control

This controls the gain of the preamp for INPUT A and INPUT B. Gain is variable to a maximum of 44dB. The GAIN control is always used in conjunction with the SIGNAL indicator and the PEAK indicator. Adjust the GAIN control so that the SIGNAL indicator is always lit when an input signal is present, and the PEAK indicator lights occasionally. If the PEAK indicator lights frequently, lower the GAIN control to prevent the signal from distorting.The following table shows usual settings for the GAIN control.
Signal source Dynamic mic (low level) Condenser mic (high level) GAIN control position 60 ~ 50

16 GAIN 60

15 MID +15

20dB pad switch off off

10 P AUX 1 R E
Audio device, electronic musical instrument (low level) Audio device, electronic musical instrument (high level)
4 SIGNAL indicator and PEAK indicator
When the post EQ signal level (nominal level 0dB) reaches 10dB, the SIGNAL indicator will light. This indicator indicates that a signal is being input.
When the post EQ signal level reaches 3dB before clipping level, the PEAK indicator will light. This indicator indicates that the signal has approached clipping level. Set the signal level based on the status of the PEAK indicator. For the procedure, see the explanation for 3 GAIN control.

high pass lter switch

This switch cuts the input signal below 80 Hz at 12dB/octave. The lter is turned on when the switch is pressed in. By using the high pass lter, you can reduce or eliminate wind noise, mic pop noise, and power supply hum etc.
6 EQ controls (HIGH, MID FREQ, MID, LOW)
This is a 3-band equalizer with center frequencies, range, and type as shown below. HIGH: 12 kHz +/15dB shelving type MID: 250 Hz ~ 5 kHz (variable) +/15dB peaking type LOW: 80 Hz +/15dB shelving type The frequency response is at when the knob is in the center position.

250 MID FREQ 5k

Signal Level (dB)

Frequency (Hz)

EQ switch This switch turns the EQ on/off. When the switch is pressed in the EQ is on. In addition to bypassing the EQ when it is not being used, this switch provides a convenient way to compare the equalized and unequalized signals.

7 AUX 1 / AUX 2 controls

These adjust the signal level that is sent to each output AUX SEND 1 and AUX SEND 2. These signals are pre-fader (i.e., they are taken from before the fader adjustment). Nominal level is at 3 oclock position.
8 AUX 3 / AUX 4 / AUX 5 controls
These adjust the signal level that is sent to each output AUX SEND 3, AUX SEND 4 and AUX SEND 5. The signals controlled by AUX 3 and AUX 4 will depend on the setting of the PRE switch. When the PRE switch is not pressed They control the post-fader signal. When the PRE switch is pressed They control the pre-fader signal. AUX 5 controls the post-fader signal. Nominal level is at 3 oclock position.

9 Assign switches (1-2, 3-4, ST)
These switches assign the signal of the input module to the group outputs and the ST output. The PAN control located below adjusts the stereo position of the signal between the odd (ODD) group and left (L) outputs and the even (EVEN) group and right (R) outputs.

0 PAN control

This knob adjusts the stereo position of the signal between the stereo L and R, and between the odd/even groups. For example if this knob is turned all the way to the left, the signal will be sent only to the L and odd (ODD) groups whose assign switches are pressed. If it is turned all the way to the right, the signal will be sent only to the R and even (EVEN) groups. If the knob is set to the center position, the same amount of signal will be sent to the stereo L and R, and the odd/even groups.

A ON switch

This switch turns the input module on/off. When the switch is pressed in the input module is on. Be sure to turn off input modules that are not in use. Even when a module is off, the SIGNAL and PEAK indicators will light if a signal is being input. You can also use the PFL switch to monitor the signal even if a module is off.

B PFL switch

PFL is an acronym for Pre-Fader Listen. This switch allows you to monitor the signal of the input module regardless of the fader position, the settings of the ON switch, the group assign switches, or the AUX settings. As the name suggests, the signal is taken pre-fader (post EQ). You may listen to an individual module, or to two or more modules simultaneously. The PFL indicator located at the top of the STEREO module will light when a PFL switch is on.

C Fader

This adjusts the signal level that is sent to the various outputs. Faders are used individually or in conjunction with the faders of the other input modules to create the desired mix balance. A position at the zero (0) marking is the nominal level. Raising the fader above 0 provides up to 10dB of gain.

Stereo module

This switch selects the signal source for the stereo module. Select either ST INPUT A (unbalanced 1/4 phone type) or ST INPUT B (RCA pin) input. This switch is not provided for [ST3] or [ST4].
2 Sensitivity select (+4/10) switch
This switch selects the gain appropriate for the input signal level. The sensitivity is 10dB when the switch is pressed in, and +4dB when the switch is not pressed in.
3 SIGNAL and PEAK indicators
15 LOW +15 AUX 1 AUX 34 ST
When the post EQ signal level (nominal level 0dB) reaches 20dB, the SIGNAL indicator will light. This indicator indicates that a signal is being input. When the post EQ signal level reaches 3dB before clipping level, the PEAK indicator will light. This indicator indicates that the signal has approached clipping level. Set the signal level based on the status of the PEAK indicator.
4 EQ controls (HIGH, LOW)

This is a 2-band equalizer with center frequencies, range, and type as shown below. HIGH: 12 kHz +/15dB shelving type LOW: 80 Hz +/15dB shelving type The frequency response is at when the knob is in the center position.

L ODD R EVEN

0 LEVEL 10
5 AUX 1 / AUX 2 / AUX 3 / AUX 4 switches
These switches send the mono signal to the AUX buses. They are on when pressed in. [ST1] and [ST2] select the AUX 1 and AUX 2 buses. [ST3] and [ST4] select the AUX 3 and AUX 4 buses.
6 Assign switches (1-2, 3-4, ST)
These switches assign the signal of the stereo module to the group outputs and the ST output. The PAN control located below adjusts the stereo position of the signal between the odd (ODD) group and left (L) outputs and the even (EVEN) group and right (R) outputs.

7 BAL/PAN control

The BAL/PAN knob adjusts the balance or the L/R position of the stereo module signal. For example if this knob is turned all the way to the left, the signal will be sent only to the L and odd (ODD) groups whose assign switches are pressed. If it is turned all the way to the right, the signal will be sent only to the R and even (EVEN) groups. If the knob is set to the center position, the same amount of signal will be sent to the stereo L and R, and the odd/even groups.

8 LEVEL control

This adjusts the output level of the stereo module.

9 ON switch

This switch turns the stereo module on/off. When the switch is pressed the stereo module is on. Be sure to turn off input modules that are not in use. Even when a module is off, the SIGNAL and PEAK indicators will light if a signal is being input. You can also use the PFL switch to monitor the signal even if a module is off.

0 PFL switch

PFL is an acronym for Pre-Fader Listen. This switch allows you to monitor the signal of the stereo module regardless of the fader position, the settings of the ON switch, the group assign switches, or the AUX settings. As the name suggests, the signal is taken pre-fader (post EQ). You may listen to an individual module, or to two or more modules simultaneously.

AUX SEND module

1 AUX SEND fader
This adjusts the signal level of the AUX SEND output. A position at the zero (0) marking is the nominal level. Raising the fader above 0 provides up to 10dB of gain.

2 PEAK indicator

This indicator lights when the level of the input signal reaches 3dB before clipping.

3 Signal (0/20) indicator
The 0dB indicator (yellow) lights when the output signal level reaches +4dB. The 20dB indicator (green) lights when the output signal reaches 16dB.

PEAK 0 20

4 ON switch
This switch turns the AUX SEND on/off. When the switch is pressed in it is turned on. When off, no signal will be output from the corresponding AUX SEND jack.
5 AFL (After Fader Listen) switch
This monitors the AUX SEND signal. This is on when the switch is pressed in.

GROUP module

1 TO ST switch
This sends the GROUP signal to the stereo bus.

2 PAN control

This adjusts the panning of the signal sent to the stereo bus.

3 ON switch

This switch turns the GROUP on/off. The group is on when the switch is pressed in. When off, no signal will be output from the corresponding GROUP OUT jack.
4 AFL (After Fader Listen) switch
This monitors the GROUP signal. This is on when the switch is pressed in.

5 Group fader

This fader adjusts the signal level of the GROUP output.

ST2/MONITOR module

1 PFL indicator

PFL 2TR IN

This indicator (yellow) will light when the PFL switch of one or more modules is turned on.

2 2TR IN switch

This switch selects the 2TR IN input signal. This signal will be sent to the headphone jack and to the ST2/MONI OUT jack. When this switch is on, the 2TR IN input signal will be sent regardless of each modules PFL and AFL switch settings.

MONI ST2

3 MONI/ST2 switch
This switch selects the signal that is output to the ST2/MONI OUT jack. When the switch is in the ST2 position, the signal will be the same as the signal that is sent to the ST1 OUT jack. When the switch is in the MONI position, the signal will be taken from the PFL bus, AFL bus, or the 2TR IN jack.
This switch turns the ST2/MONITOR module on/off. When the switch is pressed in the module is on. When the module is off, no signal will be output from the ST2/MONI OUT jack.

5 L+R switch

This switch causes a mono mixed signal to be output from the ST2/MONI OUT jack.

6 ST2/MONITOR fader

This fader controls the signal level of the ST2/MONITOR output.

Master module (L-ST1-R)

POWER PHANTOM

1 POWER indicator

This indicator lights when the power switch is turned on.

2 PHANTOM indicator

This indicator lights when the PHANTOM switch is turned on, indicating that phantom power is being supplied.

3 TALKBACK IN jack

This is an unbalanced XLR type jack for connecting a talkback mic. The nominal input level is 50dB.
4 Assign switches (GRP 1-4, AUX 1-4, ST)
These switches select the output destination (mix bus) of the talkback mic.

5 LEVEL control

This adjusts the signal level of the talkback mic.

6 TB switch

This switch controls the talkback signal. When it is pressed, the talkback signal will be sent to the output destination selected by the assign switch located above.
7 Headphone jack / PHONES control
This is a 1/4 stereo phone jack for connecting a set of stereo headphones. Headphones connected here can be used to monitor PFL, AFL, and the 2TR IN signals.
8 REC OUT / TAPE IN controls
The REC OUT control adjusts the output signal level of the REC OUT jack. The TAPE IN control adjusts the input signal level of the TAPE IN jack.
This switch turns the ST1 OUT output on/off. When it is pressed in, the signal from the ST1 OUT jack will be output.

0 L-ST1-R faders

These faders control the level of the ST OUT output. A position at the zero (0) marking is the nominal output level.

Meters

PEAK +6 +4 +GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 PEAK +6 +4 +GROUP 4 PEAK +6 +4 +15 20

L ST2/MONITOR R

METER SELECT
The MX400 provides six LED meters, and three types of output level can be viewed on the meters. 1) GROUP 1/2, 2) GROUP 3/4 or ST2/MONITOR L/R, 3) STEREO L/R. The 0 position indicates the nominal output level. The PEAK position indicates that the output level is 3dB before clipping.

1 METER SELECT switch

This switch selects whether GROUP 3/4 or ST2/MONITOR L/R will be monitored. When the switch is not pressed in ( ), the central meter group will indicate the GROUP 3/4 signal level. When the switch is pressed in ( ), the central meter group will indicate the ST2/MONITOR L/R signal level.

Rear panel

INPUT A

INPUT B

INSERT I/O

DIRECT OUT

INSERT

OUT IN

1 INPUT A jacks
These are unbalanced XLR3-31 type jacks which input the signal for each input module. Use the A/B switch to select these jacks. Nominal input level: 60dB Phantom power (+48 V) can be supplied to these jacks. Phantom power is turned on/off using the PHANTOM switch. When the PHANTOM switch is on, make sure that those devices which do not require phantom power are connected to the INPUT B jacks (2).

2 INPUT B jacks

These are 1/4 phone jacks which input the signal for each input module. Use the A/B switch to select these jacks. These are balanced TRS jacks, with tip=hot, ring=cold, and sleeve=ground. Nominal input level: 60dB
3 INPUT INSERT I/O jacks (0dB)
These are 1/4 phone jacks patched in front of the input module faders. These are unbalanced TRS jacks, with tip=out, ring=in, and sleeve=ground. Nominal input level: 0dB Nominal output level: 0dB

4 DIRECT OUT jacks (0dB)

These are unbalanced 1/4 phone jacks which output the post-fader signal independently from each input module. Nominal output level: 0dB

5 AUX SEND +4dB 2 1

GROUP SUB IN +4dB ST INPUT 2

L/ MONO

ST INPUT 1

C D F G H I

Phantom Power Warning To prevent hazard or damage, connect only microphones and cables that conform to the IEC268-15A standard.

9-E FNTM 01 3/5

ON 4 GROUP INSERT I/O 0dB 1 ST INSERT I/O L 2TR IN 4 GROUP OUT +4dB 0dB 1 R ST2/MONI OUT +4dB R L ST1 OUT +4dB R L REC OUT L 10dBV OFF TAPE IN L 10dBV R L 10dBV R L +4dB R ST SUB IN 4 3

R ST INPUT 4

R ST INPUT 3

R ON OFF

PHANTOM+48V
5 GROUP SUB IN jacks (+4dB)
These are unbalanced 1/4 phone jacks which input signals from sub-mixers or other devices. Nominal input level: +4dB

6 2TR IN jacks (10dBV)

These are RCA pin jacks used to input a stereo sound source. Nominal input level: 10dBV

7 ST SUB IN jacks (+4dB)

These are 1/4 unbalanced phone jacks which input a stereo signal from a sub-mixer or other source. Nominal input level: +4dB

8 REC OUT jacks (10dBV)

These are RCA pin jacks which output a stereo signal to a DAT or cassette recorder. These jacks are positioned before the stereo master fader. Nominal output level: 10dBV

9 TAPE IN jacks (10dBV)

These are RCA pin jacks which input a stereo source such as a DAT, stereo cassette deck, or CD player. Nominal input level: 10dBV

0 ST INPUT 1/2 A jacks

These are unbalanced 1/4 phone jacks which input a stereo source. These jacks are selected by the A/B switch. Nominal input level: +4dB or 10dB

A ST INPUT 1/2 B jacks

These are RCA pin jacks which input a stereo source. These jacks are selected by the A/B switch. Nominal input level: +4dB or 10dB

B ST INPUT 3/4 jacks

These are unbalanced 1/4 phone jacks which input a stereo source. Nominal input level: +4dB or 10dB

C AUX SEND jacks (+4dB)

These are unbalanced 1/4 phone jacks which output the signals of the AUX SEND buses. Nominal output level: +4dB
D GROUP INSERT I/O jacks (0dB)
These are 1/4 phone jacks patched in front of the GROUP faders. These TRS jacks are unbalanced. Nominal output level: 0dB Nominal input level: 0dB Tip=out, Ring=in, Sleeve=ground
E ST INSERT I/O jacks (0dB)
These are 1/4 phone jacks patched in front of the L-ST1-R fader of the master module. These TRS jacks are unbalanced, with Tip=out, Ring=in, and Sleeve=ground. Nominal output level: 0dB Nominal input level: 0dB

F GROUP OUT jacks (+4dB)

These are unbalanced 1/4 jacks which output the signals of the GROUP buses. Nominal output level: +4dB
G ST2/MONI OUT jacks (+4dB)
These are unbalanced 1/4 jacks which output the signal of the STEREO L,R bus or the signal of the MONITOR bus. Nominal output level: +4dB

H ST1 OUT jacks (+4dB)

These are balanced XLR3-32 type jacks which output the signal of the stereo L,R bus. Nominal output level: +4dB

I POWER switch

This switch turns the power on/off. When in the ON position, the POWER indicator will light.

J PHANTOM power switch

This switch turns the internal phantom power supply on/off. When in the ON position, the PHANTOM indicator will light, and 48 DC power will be provided between pin 2 and pin 3 of the INPUT A jacks. If you do not need phantom power, be sure to turn this to the OFF position.

Appendix

General specications.
Frequency response Total harmonic distortion Crosstalk (@1 kHz) 20 Hz~20 kHz +1, 2dB (ST L/R, GROUP @ 600 AUX SEND @ 600 ) Less than 0.1% (20 Hz~20 kHz @ 14dB*) (ST L/R, GROUP @ 600 AUX SEND @ 600 ) 70dB (between adjacent channels) 70dB (between outputs) 128dB* equivalent input noise (CH 1~24) 96dB* residual noise (STEREO 1,2, GROUP 1~4, AUX SEND 1~5) 87dB* (STEREO 1,2, GROUP 1~4) Measured with master faders at nominal level and all assign switches off 64dB* (SN ratio = 68dB) (STEREO 1,2, GROUP 1~4) Measured with master fader and input module 1 at nominal level position 78dB* (AUX SEND 1~5) Measured with AUX SEND master faders at nominal level and AUX controls of all modules at minimum position 64dB* (SN ratio = 68dB) (AUX SEND 1~5) Measured with AUX SEND faders and the AUX control of one module at nominal level position 82dB* (STEREO 2/MONITOR) Measured with the ST2/MONITOR master fader and PFL and AFL switched off for all modules. Measured with MONI/ST2 switch in the MONI position. 64dB* (SN ratio = 68dB) (STEREO 2/MONITOR) Measured with the ST2/MONITOR master fader and the PFL switch on for one module, and the MONI/ST2 switch in the MONI position 84dB INPUT A/B STEREO OUT 1,2 84dB INPUT A/B GROUP OUT 1~4 80dB INPUT A/B AUX SEND 1,2 90dB INPUT A/B AUX SEND 3~5 28dB TAPE IN STEREO OUT 1,2 30dB ST INPUT 1~4 STEREO OUT 1,2, GROUP OUT 1~4 30dB ST INPUT 1~4 AUX SEND 1~4 10dB GROUP SUB IN GROUP OUT 10dB ST SUB IN STEREO OUT 22dB 2TR IN STEREO 2/MONITOR 70dB TALKBACK STEREO OUT Maximum variation +/15dB HIGH 12 kHz shelving type MID 250 Hz~5 kHz peaking LOW 80 Hz shelving type * Turnover/roll-off frequency for shelving: 3dB before maximum variation Maximum variation +/15dB HIGH 12 kHz shelving LOW 80 Hz shelving * Turnover/roll-off frequency: 3dB before maximum variation 80 Hz 12dB/oct 44dB variable 60dB~ 16dB segment LED (20, 15, 10, 7, 4, 2, 0, +2, +4, +6, PEAK), GROUP 1,2, GROUP 3,4 or ST2/MONITOR L,R, ST1 L,R PEAK Lights red when post EQ signal reaches 3dB before clipping SIGNAL Lights green when post EQ signal reaches 10dB before nominal level PEAK Lights red when output signal reaches 3dB before clipping 0 Lights yellow when output signal reaches +4dB 20 Lights green when output signal reaches 16dB

Hum & Noise (Average, Rs=150 ) (Measured with BPF 20 Hz~20 kHz)

Maximum voltage gain

Input module EQ
ST input module EQ Input module HPF Input module GAIN control Meters (0 LED = +4dB* output level) Input module, stereo input module indicators

AUX SEND indicators

Input Specifications
Power requirements Weight Power Consumption Dimensions (W H D)
US&Canada model General model
120V AC, 60Hz 230V AC, 50Hz MX400-8 17kg, MX400-12 19kg, MX400-16 22kg, MX400-24 28kg 80W MX400-8 562180.2596mm MX400-12 682180.2596mm MX400-16 802180.2596mm MX400-24 1042180.2596mm

* 0dB=0.775V R.M.S

Input Specications
Input Connection PAD GAIN Actual Load Switch Control Impedance INPUT A/B 20 +4 STEREO INPUT 1, +4 STEREO INPUT 3, INPUT INSERT IN STEREO INSERT IN GROUP INSERT IN TAPE IN STEREO SUB IN GROUP SUB IN 2TR IN TALKBACK 10k 10k 10k 10k 10k 10k 10k 10k 600 lines 600 lines 600 lines 600 lines 600 lines 600 lines 600 lines 50~600 mics 5k 600 lines 16 5k 600 lines 4k 50600 mics & 600 lines For Use with Nominal Input level Sensitivity *1 80dB (77.5V) 36dB (12.3mV) 16dB (123mV) 12dB (195mV) 26dB (38.8mV) 12dB (195mV) 26dB (38.8mV) 20dB (77.5mV) 20dB (77.5mV) 20dB (77.5mV) 26dBV (50mV) 6dB (388mV) 6dB (388mV) 20dBV (100mV) 66dB (388V) Nominal 60dB (775V) 16dB (123mV) +4dB (1.23V) +4dB (1.23V) 10dB (245mV) +4dB (1.23V) 10dB (245mV) 0dB (775mV) 0dB (775mV) 0dB (775mV) 10dBV (316mV) +4dB (1.23V) +4dB (1.23V) 10dBV (316mV) 50dB (2.45mV) Max. Before Clip 40dB (7.75mV) +4dB (1.23V) +24dB (12.3V) +24dB (12.3V) +10dB (2.45V) +24dB (12.3V) +10dB (2.45V) +20dB (7.75V) +20dB (7.75V) +20dB (7.75V) +24dB (12.3V) +24dB (12.3V) +10dBV (3.16V) 30dB (24.5mV) Mixer Connector
XLR-3-31 type (A), Phone jack (B) *2
Phone jack *4 RCA (switchable)

Phone jack *4

Phone jack (TRS) *3 Phone jack (TRS) *3 Phone jack (TRS) *3 RCA Phone jack *4 Phone jack *4 RCA XLR-3-31 type *5
*1. Sensitivity is the lowest input level that will produce an output of +4dB (1.23V) or the nominal output level when MX400 is set to maximum gain (i.e. all level controls and faders set to maximum). *2. XLR-type connectors and phone jacks (TRS) are balanced (Tip=HOT, Ring=COLD, Sleeve=shield). *3. Insert phone jacks (TRS) are unbalanced (Tip=out, Ring=in, Sleeve=GND). *4. Phone jacks are unbalanced. *5. The talkback jack is unbalanced. *6. In these specifications, when dB represents a specific voltage, 0dB is referenced to 775mV RMS,and when dBV represents a specific voltage, 0dBV is referenced to 1V RMS.

Output Specications

Output Connection ST1 OUT L/R STEREO INSERT OUT L/R ST2/MONI OUT L/R REC OUT L/R GROUP 1~4 AUX SEND 1~5 INPUT INSERT OUT GROUP INSERT OUT DIRECT OUT PHONES OUT Actual Source Impedance For Use with Nominal 600 lines 10k lines 600 lines 10k lines 600 lines 600 lines 10k lines 10k lines 10k lines 40 phones Output Level Nominal +4dB (1.23V) 0dB (775mV) +4dB (1.23V) 10dBV (316mV) +4dB (1.23V) +4dB (1.23V) 0dB (775mV) 0dB (775mV) 0dB (775mV) 3mW (346mV) Max. Before Clip +24dB (12.3V) +20dB (7.75V) +20dB (7.75V) +16dBV (6.31V) +20dB (7.75V) +20dB (7.75V) +20dB (7.75V) +20dBV (7.75V) +20dB (7.75V) 100mW (2.0V) Mixer Connector XLR-3-32 type *1 Phone jack (TRS)*2 Phone jack *3 RCA Phone jack *3 Phone jack *3 Phone jack (TRS) *2 Phone jack (TRS) *2 Phone jack *3 Stereo phone jack

8 *:12 16

L/ MONO A LOW HIGH

ST INPUT 1-2

L/ MONO LOW HIGH LEVEL SIGNAL EQ L 2TR IN 10dBV R (+V) PFL SUM SUM SUM INV 2TR IN PFL L TAPE IN 10dBV TAPE IN R INV ST2

ST INPUT 3-4

L SUM INV ON ST2/MONI OUT +4dB MONI L+R HPA PHONES HPA PEAK (METER) R

GROUP SUB IN +4dB 1-4

ST SUB IN +4dB L,R

AUX SEND +4dB 1-5

TALKBACK IN LEVEL TB AFL

STEREO 1 L

GROUP 3 ST2/MONITOR L GROUP 4 ST2/MONITOR R

STEREO 2 R

Block/Level diagram Schma de connexions/de niveau Block- und Pegelschaltbild Diagrama en bloques/de nivel
(dB) +10 GROUP SUB IN ST SUB IN [+4]

CH IN Pad On [+4]

0 TAPE IN [10dBV]

[3] AUX [6]

AUX SEND GROUP OUT ST 1 OUT

(dB) +50 60

CH IN [16]

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SKB-3026 Universal Mixer Safe
Interior Dimensions: 29 W x 26 D x 8 H
75.57cm W x 66.68cm D x 20.32cm H
Fits the following mixers: Allen & Heath GL2200-412, 416 Behringer DDX 3216 Behringer DDX3216 Behringer MX 2442A Crate Audio CPM8FX Crate Audio CSX12 Korg DX16XD Mackie CFX-16 Mackie CFX-20 Mackie Hui control Panasonic DA7 Peavey RQ 1606M Peavey RQ 2318 Peavey Unity 1002-12 Peavey Unity 2002-12,RQ Peavey Unity 2002-16,RQ Peavey XR 1600 F Peavey XR-1200D Peavey XR-680C Peavey XR-800D Peavey XR-886 Phonic 1202B Phonic Impact II 12 Phonic Impact II 8 Phonic PMC-1202A Phonic PMC-802A Phonic PMC-802B Phonic Powerpod 2280 Ramsa WR-S4412 Ramsa WR-S4412S Ramsa WR-S4416S Roland VM-C7200 Roland VS-2480/CD
Spirit Digital 328 Spirit Live 32 (12 & 16 Ch.) Spirit Live 42 (12 Ch.) Spirit LX7 (16 Ch.) Spirit Powerstation 1200 Spirit Powerstation 600 Studiomaster Club 2000-182 Studiomaster Diamond 12-2 Studiomaster Diamond 16-2 Studiomaster Diamond 16-3 Studiomaster Horizon 1208 Studiomaster Horizon 1216 Studiomaster PRO2-203 Studiomaster Showmix 16-2 Studiomaster Trilogy 206 Studiomaster Vision 708 Studiomaster Vision 712 Studiomaster Vision 8, 12, 16 Tascam DM-24 Tascam M-1516 Tascam TM-D 4000 Yamaha 01V Yamaha EMX 2200 Yamaha EMX 5000-12 Yamaha EMX 5000-20 Yamaha GF 12/12 Yamaha GF 16/12 Yamaha MX 20/6 Yamaha MX20/6 Yamaha MX200-12 Yamaha MX200-16 Yamaha MX400-12
SKB-3423 Universal Mixer Safe
Interior Dimensions: 34 5/8 W x 22 5/8 D x 8 H
87.95cm W x 57.47cm D x 20.96cm H
Fits the following mixers:
Mackie SR24-4 Mackie SR24-4VLZPro Peavey RQ 2314 Phonic Impact II 16 Phonic M1642 Phonic MRS 1-20 Phonic PMC-1602A Phonic PMC-1602B
Ramsa WR-C4512 Ramsa WR-S4416 Spirit LX7 (24 Ch.) Studiomaster Diamond 16-4-3 Studiomaster Showmix 16-4-2 Studiomaster Trilogy 326 Yamaha MG24/14FX
(fits in the case but has minimal room for inputs) (For operation inside the case use SKB-3331)
SKB-3331 Universal Mixer Safe
Interior Dimensions: 33 W x 31 D x 8 H
83.82cm W x 78.74cm D x 20.32cm H
Fits the following mixers: Mackie 16-8 Mackie 24E Spirit Live 42 (16 Ch.) Yamaha EMX 5000-20
Yamaha EMX-2300 Yamaha MC1204II Yamaha MX400-16 Yamaha RM 800-16
SKB-4031 Universal Mixer Safe
Interior Dimensions: 40 1/8 W x 31 1/8 D x 9 H 101.92cm W x 79.06cm D x 22.86cm H Fits the following mixers: Allen & Heath GL2200-424 Ramsa WR-S4424S Behringer MX8000A Soundcraft K1 (24 Ch.) Mackie 32-4VLZPro Spirit Live 32 (24 Ch.) Mackie Digital 8 bUS Spirit Studio (16 Ch.) Peavey Unity 2002-24, RQ Studiomaster Showmix 16-8-2 Peavey XR1600D Yamaha GF24/12 Phonic MR3243 Yamaha MC1604II Ramsa WR-C4520 Yamaha MX200-24 Ramsa WR-S4424

SKB-19-P12

Interior Dimensions: Pop up 12U mixer safe allows 5
(12.7cm) in rackmountable depth.
Fits the following rackmountable mixers: Behringer (rack mount kits included by Behringer) Eurorack UB1002 Eurorack UB1202 Eurorack UB1204FX Eurorack UB1204-Pro Eurorack UB1622FX-Pro Eurorack UB1832FX-Pro Eurorack UB2222FX-Pro Pro Mixer DX1000 Crate (with optinoal rack mount kit) Crate Audio CMX52 Crate Audio CMX62 Crate Audio CSX8 Gemini CS-19 CS-19R PMX-1100 PMX-1400 PMX-1800 PMX-2400 PS700i PS-900i Mackie CFX 12 1604vlz pro
Numark PPD9000 DM1295 DM1200 DM1090X CM200 CM100 Phonic (rack mount kit included by Phonic) MM1202A MM1705A MM1805X MM2005 MR1202XP MR1843X MR2443a MR2643XD Roland MV8000 Stanton RM-100 RM-80 RM-22 Vestax PMC-250 PCV-150 Yamaha MV800 MX12/4

SKB-2219P velcro pop up

Interior Dimensions: 16 1/2 W x 22 D x 6 H
41.91cm W x 55.88cm D x 17.15cm H
Fits the following Mixers: Alesis Studio 32 Behringer Eurorack UB1002 Behringer Eurorack UB1202 Behringer Eurorack UB2442FX-Pro Behringer Eurorack UB502 Behringer Eurorack UB802 Behringer Eurorack UBB1002 Crate Audio CMX32 Crate Audio CMX42FX Crate Audio CMX52 Crate Audio CMX62 Mackie 1642VLZPro Mackie CFX 12 Phonic 1805X Phonic Power Pod 1860 II Phonic Powerpod 1860 II PhonicMM 2005 PhonicMR1843X

PhonicMR2443A PhonicMR2643X(D) PhonicMR7X Roland Discover 5M Roland MC 909 Roland MV 8000 Roland SI-24 Roland VM-C7100 Roland VS-2000CD Roland VS-2400CD Yamaha EMX-2000 Yamaha MG 12/4 Yamaha MG 16/4 Yamaha MX12/4 Yamaha MX12/6 Yamaha O1v96 Yamaha RM1X Yamaha RS 7000
1SKB-R1717 Universal Mixer
Interior Dimensions: 18.25" L x 17.25" W x 4" - 2" Depth Slant
46.36cm L x 43.82cm W x 10.16cm - 5.08cm
Fits the following mixers: Mackie 1402 VLZ Pro Mackie CFX 12 Mackie DFX 12
Mackie DFX 6 Yamaha MG16/4 Yamaha MG16/6FX

SKB-1714

Interior Dimensions: 16 W x 14 D x 5 H
41.28cm W x 36.83cm D x 13.97cm H
Fits the following mixers: American Audio CDI-500 (w/touch CD player) Behringer Eurorack UB 1622-FX Behringer Eurorack UB1832-FX-Pro Behringer Eurorack UB2222FX-Pro Mackie Baby Hui control unit Mackie DFX 12
Mackie DFX 6 Numark Axis-2 Numark Axis-9 Phonic MM1705A Pioneer CDJ-800

SKB-1615

Interior Dimensions: 14 W x 13 D x 6 H
37.47cm W x 33.66cm D x 15.24cm H
Fits the following mixers: Alesis Multi Mix 12 FX Alesis Multi Mix 12 FXD Alesis Multi Mix 16 FXD Alesis Multi Mix 6 FX Alesis Multi Mix 8 FX American Audio CDS-1 American Audio Pro-DJ Behringer Eurorack UB Behringer Eurorack UB Behringer Eurorack UB1002 Behringer Eurorack UB1202 Behringer Eurorack UB1204-FX Behringer Eurorack UB1204-Pro Behringer Eurorack UB502 Behringer Eurorack UB802 Behringer Eurorack UBB1002 Crate Audio CMX32 Crate Audio CMX42FX Crate Audio CMX42P Crate Audio CMX52
Crate Audio CMX62 Denon-DN-S3000 Denon-DN-S5000 CD/MP3 player Gemini CD-1800X table top cd player Gemini CDJ-15 Gemini CDJ-20 Korg Electribe M,A,R,S, workstations Korg Electribe MX Korg Electribe SX1 Korg EMX-1 Korg ESX-1 Mackie 1202VLZPro Mackie 1402VLZPro Mackie DFX 6 Phonic 1705A Phonic1202XP Pioneer DMP-555 Stanton S-250 Technics SL DZ1200 Yamaha MG10/2

1SKB-MX-1

Mixer Bag Interior Dimensions: 20.5 L x 13 W x 11.7 H
52.07cm L x 33.02cm W x 29.72cm H
Fits the following mixers: Mackie PPM 406M Mackie PPM 808M

Mackie PPM 808S

1SKB-MX-2
Mixer Bag InteriorDimension: 18 15/16" L x 12 7/8" W x 12" H

48.1cm L x 32.7cm W x 30.48cm H
Fits the following mixers: Behringer PMX2000 Yamaha EMX62M Yamaha EMX66M
Yamaha EMX68S Yamaha EMX88S

 

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