The Nady RMX-6 is a compact, versatile rack mixer, ideal for small PA installations, keyboard mixing, recording, and many other applications. Equipped with a master two-band EQ and a master volume control, it is extremely easy to interface to other equipment. It is clean, quiet, ruggedly built and extremely low profile.
15V Phantom power is available on inputs 3, 4 and 5, allowing you to use up to 3 studio grade condenser microphones at the same time. It is a great front end for recording when several microphones are used and mixed down to one signal. It is also ideal in installations such as conference/meeting rooms and pager systems where multiple microphones are used. The NADY RMX-6 was developed using the expertise of professional sound engineers and working musicians, and has superior performance and greater flexibility than any other rack mixers in its price range.
Frequency Response: 10Hz-20kHz (±3dB)
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) + Noise: 0.1%
S/N Ratio: >60dB
Bass: ±12dB @ 100Hz
Treble: ±12dB @ 10kHz
6 X MIC (level/impedance): Balanced: 3mV
6 X LINE (level/impedance): Unbalanced: 100mV
Outputs (All controls flat)
High Output: 1.5V
Low Output: 0.5V
Impedance (XLR & 1/4″): 600Ω
LED indicator: Power ON
Fuse Requirements, Type and Size: T250mA, 5X20mm glass type
Easily and conveniently mix up to 6 sources (microphones, instruments, music players) together down to one output with adjustable level and tone to connect to a multitude of devices
Professional quality rackmount 6 channel microphone / line mono mixer fits in any standard equipment rack. +15V Phantom power on 3 channels for condenser microphones
Master volume, bass, and treble controls let you customize the loudness and tone of your audio to perfectly match your application
Back panel balanced XLR or unbalanced ¼” output with selectable Hi/Lo level switch for sending signals out to speakers, recorders, etc.
All-metal 1U enclosure for road readiness and maximum durability. Internal shielded power supply eliminates the need for an AC adapter and minimizes interference