AETA Audio Systems 4Minx


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AETA Audio Systems 4Minx

Audio recorder/mixer

An ultra-portable DSP-based combined audio recorder and four-channel mixer, 4Minx is rugged and robust, with a user-friendly interface featuring rotary encoders, programmable function keys, and a TFT display panel. The 4Minx provides a breakthrough combination of functionalities for music recording and satellite mixing, or radio journalism. 4Minx features four mic/line inputs, two stereo line inputs, and two AES3/AES42 inputs, along with industry-leading output flexibility provided by two stereo line outputs, two auxiliary outputs, and three AES3 outputs. The DSP-based mixer supports four channels and a stereo mixdown, and the unit provides flexible routing for outstanding versatility through any mix of analog, digital and 100Base-T outputs. 4Minx's high-quality mic pre-amp guarantees quality sound with flexible integrated monitoring for SoundField microphone systems.
+33 1 41 36 12 00
www.aeta-audio.com


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