User manual for Allen & Heath MixWizard4 16:2 - Professional Mixing WZ4:16:2
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- Manufacturer: Allen & Heath
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Pro Audio - Recording - Analog Recording Mixers
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the analog recording mixers
- Tips for setting up your Allen & Heath
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Allen & Heath service
- Warranty information
- Price: 999 USD
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The MixWizard4 16:2 from Allen & Heath is a versatile, all-purpose professional mixing console with 100mm faders. The console features 16 mic/line inputs with inserts and direct outputs, six auxiliary outputs, two stereo returns and two built-in FX engines with 20 presets.
Channels 1 through 16 feature mic/line inputs with balanced XLR and TRS jacks with 48V phantom power for plugging in microphones and instruments, each with a 4-band EQ with sweepable mids. They each also feature a peak indicator, -20dB pad, six aux send knobs, pan knob, channel mute and a high-pass filter that attenuates frequencies below 80Hz by 12dB per octave.
Channels 1 through 16 also feature inserts that can be used for inserting processing equipment into the signal chain such as compressors, outboard EQ and delay units. Furthermore, they each have direct outputs that can be sent to a multi-track hardware recorder or computer audio interface for tracking live performances. The console's six aux sends use balanced TRS output jacks that can be used to feed stage monitors, outboard effects and other gear. In addition, the MixWizard4 16:2 is equipped with two stereo returns with TRS inputs that feature separate gain knobs. These allow for returns from outboard effects or input from external audio devices such as CD or MP3 players to be mixed to the stereo bus.
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Additional parameters of the Allen & Heath MixWizard4 16:2 - Professional Mixing WZ4:16:2:
| Maximum Output Level || XLR - +26 dBu into 600 ohms max load |
1/4" jack - +21 dBu into 2k ohm max load
| Headroom || Channels +21 dB |
Mix +23 dB
| Metering || 3-color LED, quasi peak response: |
Sensitivity - 0VU = +4 dBu at XLR output
Master meters - 12-segment -30 to +16 dB
Channel meters - 2-segment -12, +16 dB (5 dB before clip)
| Frequency Response || 10 Hz to 30 kHz (+/-0.5 dB) |
| THD + N || Channel to mix out < 0.004% (at +10 dBu 1 kHz) |
| Crosstalk || Fader shutoff > 90 dB (at 1 kHz) |
Mute shutoff > 90 dB (at 1 kHz)
Inter channel > 90 dB (at 1 kHz)
| Noise || Mic EIN, -127 dB, (rms 22 Hz to 22 kHz) |
Residual output noise, < -95 dBu (-99 dB S/N), (rms 22 Hz to 22 kHz)
LR unity fader mix noise, < -83 dBu (-87 dB S/N), (rms 22 Hz to 22 kHz)
| High-Pass Filter || 12 dB/octave below 80 Hz, (channel) |
| Equalization || EQ: |
HF shelving, +/-15 dB, 12 kHz
HM peak/dip, +/-15 dB, 500 Hz to 15 kHz, Q = 1.8
LM peak/dip, +/-15 dB, 35 Hz to 1kHz, Q = 1.8
LF shelving, +/-15 dB, 80 Hz
HF Shelving ±15 dB, 12 kHz
HM Peak/dip ±15 dB, 2.5 kHz, Q=1.8
LM Peak/dip ±15 dB, 250 Hz, Q=1.8
LF Shelving, ±15 dB, 80 Hz
| Power Supply || 100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz auto sensing, IEC input |
Power consumption 45 W max
Mains fuse T630 mA L 20 mm
| Connections || Mono channel: |
XLR balanced pin 2 hot, -60 to +10 dBu, sensitivity
TRS balanced tip hot, -40 to +10 dBu, sensitivity
Pad out (MIC), 2 kΩ
Pad in (MIC or LINE), >10 kΩ, -20 dB
Max input level, +30 dBu
XLR phantom power, +48 V, on/off
ST1, 3 TRS unbalanced >10 kΩ, -16 to +20 dBu
ST2, 4 TRS balanced >10 kΩ, -16 to +20 dBu
ST1(5) TRS balanced >10 kΩ, -6 to +20 dBu
ST2(6) TRS unbalanced >2 kΩ, -2 to +20 dBu
Channel TRS, tip send, ring return, 0 dBu
Output TRS, tip send, ring return, -2 dBu
L, R, M outputs:
XLR balanced pin 2 hot, <75 Ω, +4 dBu, +26 dBu max
Aux 1-6 output
TRS impedance balanced, <75 Ω, -2 dBu, +21 dBu max
Electronic balance option, <75 Ω, +4 dBu, +26 dBu max
TRS impedance balanced, <75 Ω, 0 dBu, +21 dBu max
TRS impedance balanced, <75 Ω, -2 dBu, +21 dBu max
TRS, tip L, ring R, 30 to 600 Ω headphones recommended
4-pin XLR, max 12 V 5 W lamp
| Dimensions || 20 x 20.9 x 7.7" (507 x 530 x 194 mm), (free standing) |
19 x 4.8 x 17.5" (483 x 122 x 444 mm), (rack mounted, 10U, underside connectors)
19 x 7.6 x 19.6" (483 x 193 x 497 mm), (rack mounted, 11.2U, rear connectors)
| Weight || 28 lb (13 kg) |
| Package Weight || 37.1 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 25.0 x 24.0 x 13.5" |
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