The rack-mountable RX1602 mixer enables you to effortlessly achieve premium-quality sound, thanks to 16 balanced ultra-low noise, high-headroom line inputs, which can be used for 8 stereo inputs, 16 mono inputs – or any combination thereof. This high level of versatility makes the RX1602 a multipurpose line mixer that is ideal for both your live performances and studio recording projects. The incredible RX1602 is perfect for sub-mixing multiple keyboards, sound modules and samplers – and is an absolute “must-have” for monitoring your multitrack recording projects! So easy to use and loaded with intuitive features, the EURORACK PRO RX1602 should be in every recording enthusiast’s or live performer’s toolkit.
The RX1602 comes equipped with all the necessary features to create the right mix for your sound, including 16 high-headroom Inputs (8 stereo or 16 mono), which can be used for individual line-level instruments or component outputs. Thanks to RX1602’s Ultra-Low Noise (ULN) high-headroom design, you can run up to 16 inputs, even at very high signal levels, without the slightest hint of clipping distortion – which means your precious audio content will exhibit the ultimate in signal integrity and absolute transparency.
Each dual-input channel features individual Balance and Level controls, plus an illuminated, double-function Mute button with a built-in Clip LED that makes it easy to set optimal signal levels. You also get highly-accurate, dual 7-segment LED level meters and individual Left and Right Main Mix level controls. For added flexibility, the Monitor/FX signal is even assignable to the headphones. And if you need to add vocals to the mix, just connect a high-quality microphone preamplifier (such as our MIC100 or MIC2200, not included) and sing to your heart’s content!
All of the RX1602 mixer’s 1/4″ TRS Inputs can be found on the rear panel, along with the L/R Main Outputs, which are ideal for sending the mix to your recording device or PA system. Use the Monitor Out to send the monitor bus signal to your live-performance floor monitors, or to the headphone amp in the recording studio. Alternatively, the Monitor Out is the best way to add FX to your mix – just connect it to your FX processor’s input and its output back into any available input on your RX1602.