Datasheet for MyMONITOR Personal Monitor Mixer

Datasheet for MyMONITOR Personal Monitor Mixer
Creative audio solutions in cool little boxes.
September 2002
Personal Monitor Mixer
The Facts about Individual Mic Monitoring:
f.) Connect headphones to one of the Headphones jacks. Another set can be
connected to the other jack.
Problem: A performer needs to hear him/herself through headphones exclusively
or mixed with the output of a mixer, CD player, tape deck, or other stereo line level
source. Only the mic signal, however, should be going to the main mixer.
g.) Adjust the Mic Level and Monitor Level controls for the desired mix and volume
through the headphones.
Solution: Connect MyMONITOR between the mic and line source, and the
mixer. The Mic and line Monitor levels can then be adjusted for mix and volume
through the headphones. Only the mic signal will go to the board. And since
MyMONITOR can be AC or battery powered, the unit can be used on a large stage
or wherever there is no AC outlet nearby. Dynamic or condenser mics can be
used since phantom power would come through the Mic Thru jack from the
mixer or other source.
About the ARTcessories MyMONITOR:
• Power: 12V DC (Adapter included) or one 9V battery
• Power on/off switch
• Power LED
• Maximum Input Level: -20dB mic, 40dB Monitor
• Output Impedance: 10 ohms
• Gain: 15dB 1/4”, 50dB XLR
• S/N Ratio : 90dB
• Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.75 x 1.5 inches (112mm x 72mm x 40mm)
• Weight: 1lb (454g)
• XLR Mic In connector accepts a dynamic or condenser mic (the mixer or another
source of phantom power will be required for a condenser mic)
• XLR Mic Thru connector for connecting MyMONITOR to the mixer’s mic input.
• 1/4” stereo Monitor In jack accepts the stereo output of a mixer, CD player, tape
deck, etc. to be mixed with the mic signal through the headphones (a mono
source can be connected here, but only one earpiece will work)
• Mic Level control regulates the mic’s headphone level
• Monitor Level control regulates the stereo Monitor inputs level through the
• Dual stereo headphone outputs (a friend can listen too)
a.) If you are using the AC power adapter (included), connect the cable to the 12V
DC connector and plug the other end into a 120V AC power outlet. Otherwise,
a 9V battery (optional) can be installed in the battery compartment.
b.) Set the power switch to the ON position – the Power LED will light up.
c.) Connect a low impedance dynamic or condenser mic to the Mic In XLR.
d.) Connect a stereo source to the 1/4” Monitor In jack. If the source is mono,
only one earpiece will work.
e.) Using a low-impedance mic cable, connect the Mic Thru XLR to a mic input
on the mixer. If the mic is a condenser, make sure the mixer has phantom
power or that you insert a phantom power unit between MyMONITOR and
the mixer.
215 Tremont St. • Rochester, NY 14608 • USA
For Customer Service, please call: 585.436.2720
Email: [email protected]
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