R
LTO
USER'S MANUAL
LYNX-MIX USB SERIES
12/16/20-CH COMPACT INTEGRATED LIVE SOUND
MIXER WITH DIGITAL EFFECTS
www.altoproaudio.com
Version 1.0 NOV. 2007
English
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER OR
THE BACK PANEL OF THIS EQUIPMENT.
THERE ARE NO PARTS NEEDED BY USER
INSIDE THE EQUIPMENT. FOR SERVICE,
PLEASE CONTACT QUALIFIED SERVICE
CENTERS.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electric shock
and fire, do not expose this equipment
to moisture or rain.
Dispose of this product should
not be placed in municipal waste
and should be separate collection.
11. Move this Equipment only with a cart,
stand, tripod, or bracket,
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to the
specified by the
presence of un-insulated and dangerous voltages
manufacturer, or
within the product enclosure. These are voltages that
sold with the
may be sufficient to constitute the risk of electric
Equipment. When
shock or death.
a cart is used, use
This symbol, wherever used, alerts you to
caution when
important operating and maintenance instructions.
moving the cart /
Please read.
equipment
Protective Ground Terminal
combination to
AC mains (Alternating Current)
avoid possible
Hazardous Live Terminal
injury from tip-over.
ON: Denotes the product is turned on.
12. Permanent hearing loss may be caused by
OFF: Denotes the product is turned off.
exposure to \ extremely high noise levels.
CAUTION
The US. Government's Occupational Safety
Describes precautions that should be observed to
and Health Administration (OSHA) has
prevent damage to the product.
specified the permissible exposure to noise
1. Read this Manual carefully before operation.
level.
2. Keep this Manual in a safe place.
These are shown in the following chart:
3. Be aware of all warnings reported
with this symbol.
HOURS X DAY SPL EXAMPLE
4. Keep this Equipment away from water and
90 Small gig
8
moisture.
92 train
6
5. Clean it only with dry cloth. Do not use
95 Subway train
4
solvent or other chemicals.
97 High level desktop monitors
3
6. Do not damp or cover any cooling opening.
100 Classic music concert
2
Install the equipment only in accordance with
the Manufacturer's instructions.
102
1,5
105
1
7. Power Cords are designed for your safety. Do
110
0,5
not remove Ground connections! If the plug
does not fit your AC outlet, seek advice from
Rock concert
0,25 or less 115
a qualified electrician. Protect the power
According to OSHA, an exposure to high SPL in
cord and plug from any physical stress to
excess of these limits may result in the loss of
avoid risk of electric shock. Do not place
heat. To avoid the potential damage of heat, it is
heavy objects on the power cord. This could
cause electric shock or fire.
recommended that Personnel exposed to
equipment capable of generating high SPL use
8. Unplug this equipment when unused for long
hearing protection while such equipment is
periods of time or during a storm.
under operation.
9. Refer all service to qualified service personnel
The apparatus shall be connected to a mains
only. Do not perform any servicing other than
those instructions contained within the
socket outlet with a protective earthing
User's Manual.
connection.
10. To prevent fire and damage to the product,
use only the recommended fuse type as
indicated in this manual. Do not short-circuit
the fuse holder. Before replacing the fuse,
make sure that the product is OFF and
disconnected from the AC outlet.
The mains plug or an appliance coupler is used
as the disconnect device, the disconnect device
shall remain readily operable.
IN THIS MANUAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
INTRODUCTION................................................................................1
FEATURES.......................................................................................1
QUICK START..................................................................................5
CONTROL ELEMENTS......................................................................7
INSTALLATION & CONNECTION......................................................18
PRESET LIST..................................................................................21
BLOCK DIAGRAM..........................................................................22
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS..........................................................23
WARRANTY..................................................................................25
1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the LTO LYNX-MIX series compact integrated mixers,
which available for 12/16/20 channels. Your LYNX-MIX USB Series is a remarkable
compact mixer that doesn't find many equals in the market today. With 6/10/14
MIC and 4 Stereo Line-level inputs for serious live performances. Your LYNX-MIX
USB Series also includes a 24-bit digital multi-effect with 16 Factory Presets
and 16 variations for every preset, for a total of 256 different digital effects.
There is a 3-band EQ on mono input channels, 4-band EQ on stereo input channels.
Use it for large GIGs, and for fixed PA installation.
Enjoy your LYNX-MIX USB Series and make sure to read this Manual carefully
before operation!
2. FEATURES
6/10/14 MIC inputs with gold plated XLR and balanced TRS jack
4 Stereo input channels with balanced TRS jacks
Ultra-low noise discrete MIC preamps with +48 V Phantom Power
SUB1-2, SUB3-4 & MAIN L-R signal assignment switches
4 AUX Sends per channel: 2 PRE/POST faders switchable for monitoring
application effects & sound processor input; 2 POST faders as external send
or for internal digital DFX
3-band EQ with sweepable MID on mono inputs; 4-band EQ on stereo inputs
Channel Inserts and Direct Outputs on each mono channel plus Main Insert
for flexible connection of outboard equipment
24-bit internal DSP with 256 effects, 16 presets by 16 variations with DSP
Mute switch and Peak LED
2-TRACK IN assignable to Main Mix, Control Room/Headphone outputs
With USB port
1
SP
2
OT
L
IG
LYNX-MIX124 USB
HT
SP
OT
L
IG
LYNX-MIX164 USB
HT
3
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
-
-
-
SOLO
2
-60
-60
1
-25
-30
-40
-20
-25
-20
-30
-40
-10
-5
-5
-10
0
5
0
10
dB
MAIN L-R
+15
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
+15
50
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
5
SUB 3-4
MIC
LINE
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
BAL/UNBAL
INSERT
10
SUB 1-2
MIC 2
LINE IN 2
dB
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 1
MIC 1
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
3
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 3
MIC 3
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
4
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 4
MIC 4
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
5
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 5
MIC 5
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
6
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 6
MIC 6
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
7
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 7
MIC 7
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
8
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 8
MIC 8
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
9
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 9
MIC 9
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
10
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 10
MIC 10
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
11
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 11
MIC 11
8
8
8
8
MIC
LINE
-
-
-
+15
10
12
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
PAN
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
FREQ
MID
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
HI
12kHz
8KHz
+15
+15
800
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
100Hz
-15
50
+15
dB
+15 -35
-15
0
INSERT
BAL/UNBAL
LINE IN 12
MIC 12
8
8
8
8
-
-
-
+15
10
13/14
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
BAL
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
MID-LOW
500Hz
HI-MID
3kHz
HI
12kHz
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
+15
+15
+15
+15
40
-15
-15
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
MIC
LINE
dB
+20 -20
-15
0
RIGHT
LINE IN 14
BAL/UNBAL
LEFT
(MONO)
LINE IN 13
MIC 13
8
8
8
8
-
-
-
+15
10
15/16
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
BAL
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
MID-LOW
500Hz
HI-MID
3kHz
HI
12kHz
EQ
LEVEL
SET
TRIM
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
+15
+15
+15
+15
40
-15
-15
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
MIC
LINE
dB
+20 -20
-15
0
RIGHT
LINE IN 16
BAL/UNBAL
LEFT
(MONO)
LINE IN 15
MIC 14
8
8
8
8
-
-
-
+15
10
17/18
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
EQ
LEVEL
SET
LINE
GAIN
BAL
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
MID-LOW
500Hz
HI-MID
3kHz
HI
12kHz
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
+15
+15
+15
+15
+20
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
-15
-15
-15
-20
RIGHT
LINE IN 18
LEFT
(MONO)
LINE IN 17
-
-
-
+15
10
19/20
-60
-30
-40
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
EQ
LEVEL
SET
LINE
GAIN
BAL
DFX2
(INT)
DFX1
(EXT)
POST
PRE
AUX
80Hz
LOW
MID-LOW
500Hz
HI-MID
3kHz
HI
12kHz
SOLO
MAIN L-R
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
RIGHT
+15
+15
+15
-
+15
+15
+15
+15
LINE
USB
+20
-15
LEFT
4
3
2
1
-15
-15
-15
-20
RIGHT
LINE IN 20
LEFT
(MONO)
LINE IN 19
TAPE OUT
2-TRACK IN/OUT
TAPE IN
R
L
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
-5
0
+5
+10
+15
B
A
-
-
-
-
+15
+15
+15
+15
SUB1
-10
-20
-25
-30
-40
-60
-20
-25
-30
-40
-60
-5
-5
-10
0
5
10
dB
0
5
10
dB
R
204
LTO
RIGHT
LEFT
SOLO
SOLO
SOLO
SOLO
63
500
1K
-
-
-
-
RIGHT
LEFT
SUB 3/4
SUB 1/2
-30
-40
-60
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
SUB3
SUBGROUPS
SUB2
10
dB
10
-30
-40
-60
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
TO AUX
SEND2
TO AUX
SEND1
2K
RIGHT
LEFT
MAIN MIX
SUB4
8K
16K
2TK TO MIX
2TK IN
SUB 3-4
SUB 1-2
MAIN MIX
-30
-20
-10
-7
-4
-2
0
2
4
7
10
CLIP
MAX
CTRL ROOM
MAIN MIX
LEVEL
-30
-40
-60
-25
-20
-10
-5
0
5
dB
10
SOLO MODE L
R
PFL
AFL OUTPUT LEVEL
SOLO ACTIVE
LEVEL SET
-15
-10
-5
0
+5
+10
+15
MAX
PHONES
CTRL ROOM SOURCE
4K
AUX RETURNS SOLO
+15
+15
+15
+15
MAIN MIX
CTRL/R
-
-
2
1
+15
+15
4-DFX2 RETURN
4
3
2
1
STEREO AUX RETURNS
STEREO GRAPHIC EQ
250
9. SPRING REVERB
10. MONO DELAY
11. STEREO DELAY
12. FLANGER
13. CHORUS
14. REVERB + DELAY
15. REVERB + FLANGER
16. REVERB + CHORUS
DIGITAL STEREO EFFECTS PROCESSOR
VOCAL 1
VOCAL 2
LARGE HALL
SMALL HALL
LARGE ROOM
SMALL ROOM
PLATE
TAPE REVERB
125
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
24BITs
20-CH COMPACT INTEGRATED LIVE SOUND MIXER WITH DIGITAL EFFECTS
SUBGROUPS ASSIGN TO MAIN MIX
RIGHT
LEFT
4-DFX2 SEND
4
3
2
1
AUX SENDS
EQ OFF -10
EQ ON
-15
PHONES
LAMP
12V 0.5A
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
IG
8
4
OT
L
8
SP
HT
LYNX-MIX204 USB
3. QUICK START
This is the fastest way to get something out from your LYNX-MIX USB series, if you
have a keyboard and a microphone.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Plug the microphone into Channel 1 MIC IN.
Turn down AUX and LEVEL controls on the input channel.
Put the EQ controls on center position.
Turn on your LYNX-MIX USB mixer.
Sing or speak into the microphone with normal volume and adjust the channel
LEVEL control of half.
f. If you like, you can adjust the EQ at this stage.
g. The LED on the Master LED meter should flash only occasionally, otherwise you
will hear distortion. If this LED is not active and you still hear distortion, please
turn down a little the input LEVEL control or reduce the output level of your
source instrument.
h. Connect your stereo keyboard into one of the stereo line inputs channel of your
LYNX-MIX USB mixer.
Here you are. It is your first GIG with your LYNX-MIX USB Series.
5
HOOK
LARGE GIG HOOKUP DIAGRAM
UP
WIRELESS
MICROPHONE 1
MIC 1 MIC 2 MIC 3 MIC 4
D/I BOX
GUITAR
CD PLAYER
WIRELESS
MICROPHONE 2
BASS
HEADPHONE
KEYBOARD
DRUM MACHINE
ACTIVE SPEAKERS
COMPUTER
POWER
MAIN MIX OUTPUT (BAL/UNBAL)
PHANTOM
ON
USB
+4dBu
-30dBu
L
MAIN
OUTPUT
LEVEL
OFF
SUB
1/2
RECORD
MAIN INSERT
MONO
DIRECT OUTS (BAL/UNBAL)
AUX SENDS
MAIN
CH
MIX. 15/16
1
2
1
2
3
CH8
4
CH7
CH5
CH6
MAIN
MIX.
PLAY BACK
CTRL OUT
DFX OUT
0
AUX RETURNS
3
4
1
2
1
2
SUBGROUPS OUT
3
4
Apparaten skall anslutas
till jordat uttag nar den
ansluts till ett natverk
R
L
R
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8
L
R
+15
L
L
L
L
L
R
R
R
R
R
3
4
AC INPUT
100-240V 50/60Hz
Fuse: T1AL
RATED POWER CONSUMPTION: 65W
TIP SEND
(BAL/UNBAL)
RING RETURN
FOOT SWITCH
STAGE MONITOR
ACTIVE SPEAKERS
6
SUBGROUPS INSERT
CD PLAYER
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
SP
OT
L
IG
4. CONTROL ELEMENTS
HT
1 MONO MIC/LINE Channels
Your LYNX-MIX124 USB is equipped with
4 (8 for LYNX-MIX164 USB, 12 for
LYNX-MIX204 USB) low-noise microphone
preamplifier with optional phantom power,
50 dB of Gain and over 115 dB of S/N
ratio. You can connect almost any type
of microphone. Dynamic microphones do
not need phantom power. Use phantom
power only with condenser microphones
but make sure that the phantom power
button is disengaged before connecting
the microphone. Phantom power will not
damage your dynamic microphones, so
make sure to read the MIC instructions
manual before engaging phantom power.
Use switch (48) to activate/deactivate
phantom power. These channels are also
equipped with 1/4" TRS balanced/unbalanced
LINE-IN plugs to connect line-level
instruments such as keyboards, drum
machines and effect devices.
1
3
2
2 STEREO INPUTS
These are channels 5 through 12 (9 through 16 for LYNX-MIX164 USB, 13
through 20 for LYNX-MIX204 USB). They are organised in stereo pair and
provided with XLR sockets (channels 5/6 for LYNX-MIX124 USB, 9/10 for
LYNX-MIX164 USB, 13/14 for LYNX-MIX204 USB) and 1/4" TRS phone jacks.
If you connect only the left jack, the input will operate in mono mode, that is
the mono signal will appear on both input channels. You can use these inputs
with a stereo keyboard, drum machine, etc.
3 MONO Channel INSERT
This is where you connect external sound processors such as compressorlimiter, equalizers, etc.. The insert point is available on the first 4 (8 for LYNXMIX164 USB, 12 for LYNX-MIX204 USB) MIC channels only.
4 TRIM
The TRIM control is applied in the mono MIC and stereo input channels. It
provides with 2 different indications: One is for the MIC and the other for
LINE levels. When you use a microphone, you shall read the MIC ring (0~50
for mono MIC input, 0~40 for stereo channels); when you use a line level
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instrument, you shall read the LINE ring
(+15~-35 dB for mono MIC input,
+20~-20 dB for stereo channels). For
optimum operation, you shall set this
control in a way that the PEAK LED(16)
blinks only occasionally in order to avoid
distortion on the input channel.
5 LINE GAIN
When you use a line level instrument, you
shall read the ring (-20~+20 dB). For
optimum operation, you shall set this
control in a way that the PEAK LED (16)
blinks only occasionally in order to avoid
distortion on the input channel.
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6 LEVEL SET LED
This LED will help you to detect the input level immediately. In this case, the
research of the fault will become much faster!
7 LOW-CUT Button
By pressing this button, you will activate a 75 Hz low frequency filter with a
slope of 18 dB per octave. You can use this facility to reduce the hum noise
infected by the mains power supply, or the stage rumble while using a
microphone.
8 LINE/USB Button
By pressing this button, it will switch to the USB mode, then the USB signal
can be sent to this channel or the Main Mix channel; by releasing this button,
the LINE IN inputs signal will send to the line input channels.
EQUALISER
There are 3-band EQ with sweepable MID on all mono input channel1-4 (1-8 for
LYNX-MIX164 USB, 1-12 for LYNX-MIX204 USB): HI, MID and LOW band. There
are 4-band fixed frequency EQ on the stereo channel 5-12 (9-16 for LYNX-MIX164
USB, 13-20 for LYNX-MIX204 USB): HI, HI-MID, MID-LOW and LOW band. All bands
provide up to 15 dB of boost or cut.
9 HI
If you turn this control up, you will boost all the frequencies above 12 kHz (shelving
filter). You will add transparency to vocals and guitar and also make cymbals crispier.
Turn the control down to cut all frequencies above 12 kHz. In such way, you can
reduce sibilances of human voice or reduce the hiss of a Tape player.
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10 MID
This is a peaking filter and it will boost/cut frequencies from 100 Hz to 8 kHz
depending on the position of the MID freq control. This control will affect
especially upper male and lower female vocal ranges and also the harmonics
of most musical instruments.
11 HI-MID
This control gives you up to 15 dB boost
or cut at 3 kHz. It is useful for controlling
voice. It can accurately polish your
performance via adjusting this knob.
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12 MID-LOW
This control gives you up to 15 dB boost
or cut at 500 Hz.
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13 LOW
If you turn this control up, you will boost
all frequencies below 80 Hz. You will give
more punch to bass drum and bass guitar
and make the vocalist more "macho". Turn
it down, you will cut all the frequencies
below 80 Hz. In this way, you can avoid lowfrequency vibrations and resonance thus
preserving the life of your woofers.
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14 AUX SENDS Level Control
These four controls are used to adjust the
level of the respective signal sent to AUX
bus, AUX1 and AUX2 can be switched to
PRE/POST-FADER via the PRE/POST button,
so, generally, they can be used for monitor
application and effects & sound processors input. AUX3 and AUX4 are
configured as POST-Faders. In this typical compact unit, excluding sending
out the signal directly to the external effect or processor equipment, AUX
SEND4 can also be assigned to the internal onboard effect module.
15 PAN/BAL Control
Abbreviation of PANORAMA control for mono channels, or the stereo channels,
always says, BALANCE control. Keep this control in center position, then the
signal will be positioned in the middle of stage.
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16 PEAK LED
Inside your LYNX-MIX USB mixer, the audio signal is monitored in several different
stages and then sent to the PEAK LED. When the LED is red illuminated, it warns
you that you are reaching signal saturation and possible distortion, then you should
reduce the input level for avoiding distortion.
17 MUTE Button & LED
Each channel is equipped with a MUTE button. Pressing this button is equal
to turning the fader down, which can mute the corresponding channel output
except for the channel INSERT send and SOLO (in PFL mode). And the MUTE
LED will illuminate.
18 ASSIGNMENT Controls
Each channel provides four push-buttons: SUB1-2, SUB3-4, MAIN L-R and SOLO.
Pressing the SOLO button, the corresponding SOLO LED will illuminate and the
SOLO signal will replace other signals send to the Headphone/Control Room and
Meters. Usually use the SOLO function in live work to preview channels before
they are let into the mix. It is useful to set an instrument's input level and EQ,
and you can also solo any channel that you want to. The SOLO switch never
affects any mix other than the Control Room. The other three buttons can be
considered as signal assignment switches. Pressing the SUB1-2 will assign the
channel signal to Subgroup1/2, you can depend on the PAN switch to adjust the
amount of channel signal sent to the SUB1 versus SUB2, when turns the PAN
to completely left, then the signal can be only controlled by Subgroup1 and viceversa. In the same way, pressing the SUB3-4 or MAIN L/R will assign the channel
signal to Subgroup3/4 or MAIN MIX L/R, and will also be affected by PAN.
19 FADER
This fader will adjust the overall level of this channel and set the amount of signal
send to the main output.
20 Control Room Source
You can choose to monitor any combination of MAIN MIX, SUB1-2, SUB 3-4 and
2TK IN via these Matrix switches. Engaging these switches, the stereo signals
will be delivered to the Phones, Control Room and Meters display.
NOTE: When any SOLO switch was engaged, the SOLO signal will replace other
signals, and also be sent to the Control Room, Phones and Meters.
21 PHONES/CTRL ROOM Controls
Rotate these knobs to adjust the stereo level of CTRL ROOM and PHONES
outputs separately, which can be varied from - to MAX.
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22 Master AUX SENDS Controls
These four controls are used to
determine the master AUX SEND
levels, which can be varied from to +15 dB. When the external effect
units which has no input gain control
were connected to mixer, you can get
a further +15 dB gain available from
these Aux Send outputs. As to the
AUX4, it can also provide the lovable
level adjustment for the internal
effect signal.
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28
32
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23 SOLO Button
The function of these SOLO buttons
are the same as the channel SOLO
button, they can also be affected by
the SOLO MODE switch. Press the
Solo button, the corresponding AUX
send will be routed to the Ctrl Room/
Phones outputs and Meters display.
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24 Master STEREO AUX RETURNS Controls
These four controls set the level of effects that received from the stereo AUX
RETURN connectors, which can be varied from - to +15 dB. They are used to
provide the further gain for low level effects.
25 TO AUX SEND1/2
The both rotary knobs assign the AUX RETURN signals to their respective
AUX SEND outputs: The "TO AUX SEND1" assign the signal from AUX
RETURN1 to AUX SEND1 bus, and "TO AUX SEND2" assign the signal from
AUX RETURN2 to AUX SEND2 bus. The adjustable range goes from - to
+15 dB.
26 MAIN MIX & CTRL/R Button
AUX RETURN3 is equipped with the Main Mix & Ctrl/R button. Release the
button to send the stereo signal from AUX RETURN3 to MAIN MIX buses;
Engage the button, then the stereo signal will be sent to CTRL/R output.
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27 SUB1-2/SUB3-4/MAIN MIX Buttons
These three buttons are configured for AUX RETURN4, they can be regarded
as the signal assignment switches. When engaging the SUB1-2, the stereo
signal from AUX RETURN4 will be assigned to Subgroup1/2; in the same way,
SUB3-4 for Subgroup3/4, MAIN MIX for MAIN MIX buses.
28 AUX RETURNS SOLO Button
The function of AUX RETURN SOLO is like the channel SOLO button. Engaging
it sends the signal from AUX RETURN (1-4) to the CTRL OUT, PHONES outputs
and Meters display. It can also be affected by SOLO mode button, and the LED
next to the button will illuminate.
29 SUBGROUPS ASSIGN TO MAIN MIX
Through these switches, you can operate the subgroup faders as a master
control for assigning the subgroups to MAIN MIX. Engage the LEFT switch to
send the corresponding subgroup signal to MAIN MIX L, and the RIGHT switch
for MAIN MIX R. When engaging the both switches, the signal will be sent to
L/R of MAIN MIX.
30 SUBGROUPS Fader
These faders are used to control the levels of the signal send to the SUBGROUPS OUT, the adjustable range goes from - to +10 dB. Any channel
that is assigned to the subgroups, not muted and not turned down will be
assigned to the SUB OUTS.
31 MAIN MIX LEVEL Fader
This fader sets the amount of signal send either to the Main Mix Output or
to the Tape Output.
32 LED Meter
The stereo 12-segment LED Meter will indicate the signal level send to the
Ctrl Room and Phones outputs.
33 2TK TO MIX Button
Engaging this switch allows you to combine the 2-Track output with the Main
Mix. In other words, feeds the 2-Track In signals into Main L/R output.
34 SOLO MODE Button
This button provides two modes: up for PFL (Pre-Fader-Listen) mode, down for
AFL (After-Fader-Listen) mode. Engage the button, the soloed signal will output
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after the Level control, otherwise, release the button will output the soloed
signal before the Level control.
NOTE: The SOLO function can never affect the mix at main recording output,
and also can't be affected by channel's MUTE switch.
35 EQ Switch
Engage this button to add the stereo graphic EQ to the main mix output circuit.
It can be used to modify the frequency "contour" of a sound. If you release the
button, the stereo graphic EQ will be bypassed.
36 STEREO GRAPHIC EQ
Each one of these faders will boost or attenuate (+/-15 dB) the selected frequency
at a preset bandwidth. When all the faders are in the center position, the output
of the equalizer is flat response.
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36
DSP SECTION
There is a powerful 24-bit/256 preset multi-effects included in your LYNX-MIX USB
Series. Effects include reverbs, chorus, flanger, delay and combinations of the above.
37 PRESETS
Adjust this knob to select the right effect you wish to perform. There are a
total of 16 options for you: several kinds of reverb, mono and stereo delay,
effects with modulation, and versatile two-effect combination.
38 VARIATIONS
Since you have selected the preferable effect, the next step, please go with the
fine consideration, there are also a total of 16 variations for each preset, and
each variation may be managed by several different factors.
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39 DSP MUTE Switch & PEAK LED
This switch is used to activate/deactivate the effect facility. This LED lights up
when the input signal is too strong. In case of the digital effect module being
muted, this LED also lights up.
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42
43
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40 EFFECTS OUT Control
Rotate this knob to adjust the level of effect signal that intercepted from
internal DSP processor and directly sent to DFX OUT, which can be varied
from - to +15 dB.
41 DFX2 (INT) RETURN EFFECTS TO MONITOR
The AUX1 and AUX2 controls are used to set the signal level from AUX
RETURN4, which signal will be sent to AUX SEND1 and AUX SEND2. The
adjustable range can be varied from - to +15 dB.
42 POWER LED
The LED indicates when the power is ON.
43 PHANTOM LED
This LED indicates when the phantom power is switched on.
44 2-TRACK IN/OUT
-TAPE IN
Use the Tape input if you wish to listen to your mix
from a Tape Recorder or DAT.
- TAPE OUT
These RCA jacks will route the main mix into a tape
recorder.
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45 PHONES Jacks
These jacks will be used to send the signal to a pair
of headphone or to powered studio monitors.
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46 LAMP socket
This lovable LAMP is very convenient for your operation,
it is located in the top right corner of the front panel,
and provides the 12V socket that can drive standard
BNC-type lamp.
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REAR PANEL
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47 48
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POWER
MAIN MIX OUTPUT (BAL/UNBAL)
PHANTOM
ON
MAIN
OUTPUT
LEVEL
OFF
MAIN
CH
MIX. 15/16
RECORD
MAIN INSERT
MONO
DIRECT OUTS (BAL/UNBAL)
AUX SENDS
1
SUB
1/2
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USB
+4dBu
-30dBu
L
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2
3
CH8
4
CH7
CH5
CH6
CH4
CH3
CH2
CH1
MAIN
MIX.
PLAY BACK
CTRL OUT
DFX OUT
0
1
2
AUX RETURNS
3
4
1
2
1
2
SUBGROUPS OUT
3
4
Apparaten skall anslutas
till jordat uttag nar den
ansluts till ett natverk
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L
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8
L
R
+15
L
L
L
L
L
R
R
R
R
R
3
4
AC INPUT
100-240V 50/60Hz
Fuse: T1AL
RATED POWER CONSUMPTION: 65W
TIP SEND
(BAL/UNBAL)
RING RETURN
FOOT SWITCH
SUBGROUPS INSERT
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50 55
58
57 60
62
65
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47 POWER Switch
This switch is used to turn the main power on and off.
48 +48 Volt Phantom Power
It is available only to the XLR MIC sockets. Never plug in a microphone when
phantom power is already on. Before turning phantom power on, make sure
that all faders are totally down. In this way, you will protect your stage
monitors and main loudspeakers.
49 AC Inlet with FUSE Holder
Use it to connect your LYNX-MIX USB mixer to the main AC with the
supplied AC cord. Please check the voltage available in your country and how
the voltage for your LYNX-MIX USB mixer is configured before attempting
to connect your LYNX-MIX USB mixer to the main AC.
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50 MAIN MIX OUTPUT
These stereo outputs are supplied with both the XLR and 1/4" phone jacks
and it is controlled by the Main Mix Level.
51 MAIN OUTPUT LEVEL Button
This button sets the main mix output level to match the input of the device that
you are ready to connect. Engage this button to reduce the output level from
MAIN MIX OUTPUT by 30 dBu, it is used to match the semipro -30 dBu device,
on the contrary, to match the professional +4 dBu device.
52 USB PORT
This USB port is used to connect the unit to PC with a transmission line.
When it is in output mode, it can connect with the SUB1-2 or MAIN MIX
output; in the input mode, it can connect with the CH11/12 (for LYNX-MIX124
USB, CH15/16 for LYNX-MIX164 USB, CH19/20 for LYNX-MIX204 USB) or
MAIN MIX output.
53 USB RECORD Switch
You can select SUB1/2 or MAIN MIX track to input the record signal to PC.
54 USB PLAYBACK Switch
You can select CH11/12 (CH15/16 for LYNX-MIX164 USB, CH19/20 FOR LYNXMIX204 USB) or MAIN MIX track to output the audio signal from PC.
55 MAIN INSERT
These two 1/4" phone jacks are stereo insert points and used to connect
processors such as compressors, equalisers etc.. When insert a external
processor into the jack, the Main stereo signal will be taken out after the EQ
and returned into the MAIN MIX output before the MAIN MIX fader.
56 MONO Level Control
This knob sets the level of mono mix output signal, which can be varied from
- to +15 dB.
57 MONO OUTPUT Jack
This 1/4" phone jack is balanced/unbalanced mono mix output connector, it can
be regarded as a sum output of the left and right of MAIN MIX.
58 CTRL OUT Jacks
These 1/4" phone jacks will be used to send the Control Room signal to the
studio monitor speakers or a second set of PA.
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59 DFX OUT Jack
This 1/4" phone jack is used to output the effect signal that comes from
internal DSP module and the signal level can be controlled by the EFFECTS
OUT(40) control.
60 FOOTSWITCH Jack
This 1/4" phone jack can be used to connect an external footswitch to turn on/
off the onboard effect module.
61 AUX SENDS Jacks
These 1/4" phone jacks are used to send out the signal from the AUX Bus to
external devices such as effect units and/or stage monitors.
62 AUX RETURNS Jacks
Use these stereo 1/4" phone jacks to return the stereo signal of an effect unit
to the Main Mix. Alternatively you can also use them as an extra auxiliary input
via using the AUX RETURN level control as volume control. The signal will be
sent directly to MAIN MIX control.
63 DIRECT OUTS
Each Mono MIC/LINE Channel (CH1-CH4 for LYNX-MIX124 USB, CH1-CH8 for
LYNX-MIX164 USB, CH1-12 for LYNX-MIX204 USB) is equipped with the 1/4"
phone jack for directing output. These jacks are used to send the signal from
the channel path to external device for recording function etc..
64 SUBGROUPS OUT Jacks
These 1/4" phone jacks are used to connect the inputs of deck or secondary in
a complicated PA live sound system. You will find it is the best tool when you
operate the SUBGROUPS OUT.
65 SUBGROUPS INSERT
These 1/4" phone jacks are insert points. They are used to connect processors,
such as compressor, limiter, EQ etc.. When insert external processor into
these jacks, the subgroup stereo signal will be taken out, then returned to
before subgroups fader. Of course, these used jacks must be stereo (Tip Send/
Ring Return).
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Ok, you have got to this point and you are now in the position to successfully operate
your LYNX-MIX USB series. However, we advise you to read the following section carefully
to be the real master of your own mix. Not paying enough attention to the input signal
level, the routing of the signal and the assignment of the signal will result in unwanted
distortion, a corrupted signal or no sound at all. So you should follow this procedure
for every single channel:
1. Turn down all Input and output gain controls.
2. Connect phantom powered microphones before switching on the +48 Volt phantom
power switch.
3. Set the output level of your LYNX-MIX USB mixer or the connected power amplifier
at no more than 75%.
4. Now, set the CONTROL ROOM/PHONES level at no more than 50%. In this way, you
will be able to hear later what you are doing connecting a pair of headphones or a pair
of powered studio monitor speakers.
5. Position EQ controls on middle position.
6. Position panoramic (PAN/BAL) control on center position.
7. With a pair of headphone or studio monitor speakers are connected, apply a Line Level
input signal so that the PEAK LED does not light up.
8. Increase the input gain properly for maintaining the good headroom and ideal dynamic
range.
9. Depending on the actual application, turn slowly the input and output level controls
for obtaining the maximum gain before distortion.
10. Now repeat the same sequence for all input channels. The main LED meter could
move up into the red section. In this case you can adjust the overall output level
through the main mix control.
Audio Connections
You can connect unbalanced equipment to balanced inputs and outputs. Simply follow
these schematics.
Sleeve
Tip
Ring
Ring=Right Signal
Tip=Left Signal
Strain Clamp
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
Use for Headphone
1/4" Stereo (TRS) Jack Plug
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Sleeve
Tip
Tip=Signal
Strain Clamp
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
Use for Mono Line In, Mono 1/4"Jack Plugs
1/4" Mono (TS) Jack Plug
Sleeve
Ring=Return Signal
Tip
Ring
Strain Clamp
Tip=Send Signal
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
Use for Insert Points
1/4" Stereo (TRS) Jack Plug
2=Hot(+)
2
3
1
1=Ground/Screen
2=Hot(+)
2
3
1
1=Ground/Screen
3=Cold(-)
3=Cold(-)
Use for Balanced Mic Inputs
(For unbalanced use, connect pin 1 to 3)
Use for Main output
(For unbalanced use, leave pin3 unconnected)
3-pin XLR Male Plug
3-pin XLR Line Socket
(seen from soldering side)
(seen from soldering side)
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Ring=Return Signal (Connected together)
To Channel Insert
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
Tip=Signal
To Tape or FX Input
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
'Tapped' Connection Direct Output Lead
(Enables the Insert to be used as a Direct Output
while maintaining the channel signal flow)
To Processor Input
Sleeve=Ground/Screen
Tip=Send Signal
Tip
To Channel Insert
Sleeve
Ring
Ring=Return Signal
To Processor Output
Y-Stereo lead for insert Connection
(To be used when the processor does not employ a
single jack connection for the In/Out Connections)
USB Connection
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6. PRESET LIST
NO.
Preset
Description
Controllable Parameter
Parameter
Variable range
1
VOCAL1
Simulate a room with small delay time
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.8~1.1s
0~79ms
2
VOCAL2
Simulate a small space with slight decay time
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.8~2.5s
0~79ms
3
LARGE HALL
Simulate a large acoustic space of the sound
Decay time
Pre-delay
3.6~5.4s
23~55ms
4
SMALL HALL
Simulate a small acoustic space of the sound
Decay time
Pre-delay
1.0~2.9s
20~45ms
5
LARGE ROOM
Simulate a studio room with many early reflections
Decay time
Pre-delay
2.9~4.5s
23~55ms
6
SMALL ROOM
Simulate a bright studio room
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.7~2.1s
20~45ms
7
PLATE
Simulate the transducers sound like classic bright
vocal plate
Decay time
Pre-delay
0.6~6.1s
10ms
8
TAPE REVERB
Simulate a record head and multiple playback heads
at intervals along the tape
Decay time
Pre-delay
1.3~5.4s
0~84ms
9
Simulate the analog transducers' springs lightly
SPRING REVERB stretched sound
Decay time
Pre-delay
1.3~5.4s
0~35ms
MONO DELAY
Reproduce the sound input on the output after a
lapse of time
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STEREO DELAY
Recreate the input sound on the stereo output with
different time.
12
FLANGER
Simulate to play with another person carrying
out same the notes on the same instrument
Rate
0.16~2.79Hz
13
CHORUS
Recreate the illusion of more than one instrument
from a single instrument sound
Rate
0.5~5Hz
14
REV.+DELAY
Delay with room effect
15
16
10
Period
Period
Feedback
60~650ms
210~400ms
37~73%
Decay period
Rev.decay time
211~375ms
1.0~2.9s
REV.+FLANGER Stereo flanger and large room reverb
Flanger Rate
Rev.decay time
0.16~2.52Hz
1.5~2.9s
REV.+CHORUS
Chorus rate
Rev.decay time
0.5~4.74Hz
1.5~2.9s
Stereo chorus and large room reverb
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Mono Input Channels
Microphone Input
Frequency Response
Distortion (THD & N)
Gain Range
SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio)
Line Input
Frequency Response
Distortion (THD & N)
Sensitivity Range
Stereo Input Channels
Line Input
Frequency Response
Distortion (THD & N)
Impedances
Microphone Input
Channel Insert Return
All Other Inputs
Tape Out
All Other Output
Equalization
Hi-shelving
Mid bell (Mono)
Hi-Mid (Stereo)
Mid-Low (Stereo)
Low-shelving
Low Cut Filter
DSP Section
A/D & D/A Converters
DSP Resolution
Type of Effects
Presets
Controls
Main Mix Section
Noise (Bus Noise)
Max Output
AUX Returns Gain Range
AUX Sends Max Out
Power Supply
Main Voltage
Power Consumption
Electronically balanced, discrete input configuration
10 Hz to 55 kHz, +/-3 dB
0.005% at + 4 dBu, 1 kHz
0 dB to 50 dB (MIC)
115 dB
Electronically balanced
10 Hz to 55 kHz, +/-3 dB
0.005% at +4 dBu, 1 kHz
+15 dBu to -35 dBu
Balanced/Unbalanced
10 Hz to 55 kHz, +/-3 dB
0.005% at +4 dBu, 1 kHz
1.4 kOhm
2.5 kOhm
10 kOhm or greater
1 kOhm
120 Ohm
+/-15 dB @12 kHz
+/-15 dB -frequency range 100 Hz~8 kHz
+/-15 dB @ 3 kHz
+/-15 dB @ 500 Hz
+/-15 dB @ 80 Hz
75 Hz, 18 dB/Oct.
24-Bit
24-Bit
Hall, Room, Vocal & Plate REVERBS
Mono & Stereo DELAY (Max DELAY TIME 650ms)
Chorus, Flanger & Reverb MODULATIONS
REVERB+DELAY, REVERB+CHORUS,
REVERB+FLANGER Combinations
256
16-Position PRESET Selector
16-Position VARIATION Selector
DSP MUTE SWITCH with PEAK LED Indicator
Fader 0 dB, Channels Muted: -100 dBr (ref.: +4 dBu)
Fader 0 dB, all input channels assigned and set to
UNITY Gain: 90 dBr (ref.:+4 dBu)
+22 dBu Balanced XLR
+22 dBu Unbalanced, 1/4" jacks
- to +15 dB
+22 dBu
USA/Canada
Europe
U.K./Australia
LYNX-MIX124 USB
LYNX-MIX164 USB
LYNX-MIX204 USB
100-120 VAC~60 Hz
210-240 VAC~ 50 Hz
240 VAC~ 50 Hz
40 Watts
50 Watts
60 Watts
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T500 mAL
LYNX-MIX124 USB
T630 mAL
LYNX-MIX164 USB
T750 mAL
LYNX-MIX204 USB
Standard IEC Receptacle
Fuse
Main Connection
Physical
Dimension (W D H)
LYNX-MIX124
LYNX-MIX164
LYNX-MIX204
Net Weight
LYNX-MIX124
LYNX-MIX164
LYNX-MIX204
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USB
USB
USB
415 mm 400 mm 38/115 mm (16.34" 15.75" 1.49"/4.53")
518 mm 400 mm 38/115 mm (20.39" 15.75" 1.49"/4.53")
626 mm 400 mm 38/115 mm (24.64" 15.75" 1.49"/4.53")
USB
USB
USB
5.65 Kg (12.5 lb)
6.87 Kg (15.1 lb)
8.15Kg (18 lb)
9. WARRANTY
1. WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
To obtain Warranty Service, the buyer should first fill out and return the enclosed
Warranty Registration Card within 10 days of the Purchase Date.
All the information presented in this Warranty Registration Card gives the
manufacturer a better understanding of the sales status, so as to provide a
more effective and efficient after-sales warranty service. Please fill out all the
information carefully and genuinely, miswriting or absence of this card will void
your warranty service.
2. RETURN NOTICE
2.1 In case of return for any warranty service, please make sure that the product
is well packed in its original shipping carton, and it can protect your unit from
any other extra damage.
2.2 Please provide a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase with
the returned machine, and give detail information about your return address
and contact telephone number.
2.3 A brief description of the defect will be appreciated.
2.4 Please prepay all the costs involved in the return shipping, handling and
insurance.
3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS
3.1 LTO warrants that this product will be free from any defects in materials
and/or workmanship for a period of 1 year from the purchase date if you
have completed the Warranty Registration Card in time.
3.2 The warranty service is only available to the original consumer, who purchased
this product directly from the retail dealer, and it can not be transferred.
3.3 During the warranty service, LTO may repair or replace this product at its
own option at no charge to you for parts or for labor in accordance with the
right side of this limited warranty.
3.4 This warranty does not apply to the damages to this product that occurred
as the following conditions:
Instead of operating in accordance with the user's manual thoroughly, any abuse
or misuse of this product.
Normal tear and wear.
The product has been altered or modified in any way.
Damage which may have been caused either directly or indirectly by another
product / force / etc.
Abnormal service or repairing by anyone other than the qualified personnel or
technician.
And in such cases, all the expenses will be charged to the buyer.
3.5 In no event shall LTO be liable for any incidental or consequential damages.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to
you.
3.6 This warranty gives you the specific rights, and these rights are compatible
with the state laws, you may also have other statutory rights that may vary
from state to state.
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SEIKAKU TECHNICAL GROUP LIMITED
NO. 1, Lane 17, Sec. 2, Han Shi West Road, Taichung 40151, Taiwan
http://www.altoproaudio.com Tel: 886-4-22313737
email: alto@altoproaudio.com Fax: 886-4-22346757
All rights reserved to ALTO. All features and content might be changed
without prior notice. Any photocopy, translation, or reproduction of part of this
manual without written permission is forbidden. Copyright c 2007 Seikaku Group
NF03027-1.0