- 16-channel frame
- 16th phone caller fader with talkback and auto mix-minus to caller
- USB input/output connectivity
- Switched VU meters
- Two program busses with balanced outputs (switchable stereo or mono mode)
- Four high performance mic preamps with variable gain trims to precisely match your microphones
- Electronic switching
- LED illumination
- Tabletop mount; compact frame
- Built-in cue speaker can automatically interrupt your main stereo monitors
- Split cue
- Headphone jack with built-in amplifier
- External input feeds the monitor section (for live air or pre-delay air monitoring)
- USB connection for extra versatility
- RJ-45 connectors for low-cost wiring
- Balanced or unbalanced inputs/outputs for consumer or professional grade equipment
PGM 1 & PGM 2 Assigns the selected channel’s audio to any combination of the console’s two stereo PGM outputs
Cue Button (Channels 2-16) Places the channel’s signal on the console’s cue bus.
TB Button (Channel 1/Mic only) Momentary button interrupts the studio signal to allow the DJ to talk to talent and guests.
ON Button Turns the channel on and off by means of electronic switching and can simultaneously start external source machines.
Fader Sets the channel’s level.
USB (Channel 15 only) Selects signal from USB port and brings it into console as a stereo analog signal.
Simple Phone (Channel 16 only) Used for telephone call-in segments and controls the audio for the caller. The signal enters the console from your station hybrid.
Control Room Section
PGM 1/PGM 2 Pressing either of the two program switches allows the operator to listen to the selected output bus.
EXT Switch Pressing the EXT switch allows the operator to pick up the external input (useful for such items as tape recorders or air returns) to listen.
CUE Level Control Determines the overall loudness of the cue signal as it appears in the console’s cue speaker.
METERS EXT Button Selects the source for the switched meter pair
TB TO CALLER Button Lets the operator’s microphone signal interrupt the normal feed to the studio speakers, allowing the operator to talk to the performers in the Studio.
CONTROL ROOM Level Control Determines the overall loudness of the signal being monitored as it appears in the Control Room speakers.
HEADPHONE Level Control Determines the overall loudness of the headphone output signal.
Direct wire plug terminals, balanced
Electronic differential, >2KΩ bridging
Adjustable sensitivity, max. input -6dBu
Line (Caller, External)
RJ-45 balanced, >10KΩ bridging
+4dBu = 0VU, max. input +24dBu
Program & Caller
RJ-45 connectors, balanced
Electronic differential, 100Ω source
Impedance to drive >600Ω
0VU = +4dBu, max. output +24dBu
CR & Studio Monitor
RJ-45 connectors, unbalanced
Stereo 1/4” TRS connector to directly drive typical broadcast style headphones >200Ω
Cue speaker in meterbridge
DB-25 female connector output to drive external power amp
Frequency response ±0.1dB 20Hz-20kHz (mic & line)
Line (unity gain) 113dB
Mic (54dB gain) 100dB
24dB above -4dB
Mic -128dB EIN
Line -87dB ref 0VU
Mic <0.02% @-50dBu in, +4dBu out
Line <0.003% @+4dBu in, +4dBu out
Bus Crosstalk -111dB @1kHz
Stereo Separation -78dB @1kHz
Off Isolation -120dB @1kHz
Low current closure to drive external on-air light relay
Channel Start Out
Opto-isolated output closure to remote start external devices
28.5” / 72.39cm wide
14.37” / 36.5cm deep
4.06” / 10.31cm height (rear)
1.06” / 2.69cm height (front)
Weight 18.5 lbs / 8.39kg
Shipping weight 24 lbs / 10.9kg
Power 100-240VAC / 50-60Hz / 50W