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Reviews Categories | Microphone Equalizers & Transmit Audio Accessories | ALTO - AMX100 - 10 input compact mixer Help


Reviews Summary for ALTO - AMX100 - 10 input compact mixer
ALTO - AMX100 - 10 input compact mixer Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $100
Description: This mixer features:
* 2 MIC input channels with gold plated XLRs and balanced LINE input
* 4 stereo input channels with balanced TRS jacks
* Ultra-low noise discrete MIC pre-amps with +48V Phantom power
* Extremely high headroom offering more dynamic range
* Balanced inputs for highest signal integrity
* Warm, natural 3-band EQ on each channel
* Peak LED on each channel
* 2-Track inputs assignable to main mix, control room / headphone outputs
* Highly accurate 4-segment bar graph meters
* Introduced dial main mix level control
* Low Cut filter 75Hz, 18 dB/Oct
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.altoproaudio.com/
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VK4JAM Rating: 5/5 Oct 14, 2005 06:32 Send this review to a friend
Excellent Mix Deck  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
I went to buy a Behringer UB-802 but ended up walking out with the ALTO AMX-100. Both units are very similar in features and performance, the main difference is the size (the Alto is about 3 times the size) and the ALTO has a 75Hz cutoff filter.
The AMX-100 is a very impressive looking unit, and the photo does not really do the unit justice. The layout of the unit is better than the Behringer UB-802, but you need to find more desk space for it. My only issue with the unit is that it is prone to pick up RF via the power cable. This was an easy fixed with a couple of turns around a toroid. Including a mixer such as the AMX-100 into your transmit audio chain is probably one of the best investments you can make to make your on-air audio sound great.
 


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