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Rane MP25 Mixer Data Sheet
MP25
DATA SHEET
CLUB MIXER
General Description
The Rane MP25 mixer satisfies the audio and ergonomic
demands of performing DJs, in a 19˝ rack format preferred by
nightclubs, with a compact 4U design that drops easily into a
mobile rig. It's the same size as a classic Rane MM 8z, MP 24 or
MP 22 series Mixer.
Sporting two microphone inputs, four studio-grade phono
preamps, four analog aux inputs, four low-latency stereo USB
inputs, analog and USB effects insert loops, and a variety of
analog and digital outputs; the MP25 remains rooted in analog
tradition while reaching new heights of digital connectivity.
Reliable, low-latency, multi-client ASIO and Core Audio
drivers interface the MP25’s twenty-two USB audio channels
directly to your favorite multi-track mixing, beat-making, looping, effects, and recording applications. Additionally, the MP25’s
front panel controls are MIDI enabled, allowing manipulation of
software parameters directly from the mixer’s control surface.
Features
INPUTS
•
•
•
•
Four individually switchable stereo Phono/Line inputs.
Four stereo Auxiliary inputs.
Four stereo USB playback inputs.
Two microphone inputs with optional Talkover ducking:
• One with front and rear panel connectors.
• One with a line-level input option.
OUTPUTS
• Stereo Main Outputs on balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA:
• Rear panel Mono/Stereo switch.
• Rear panel Max Out level attenuator.
• Stereo balanced ¼” TRS Zone and Booth outputs:
• Auto-mono output on both Left and Right jacks.
• Stereo Record outputs on RCA, S/PDIF and USB.
USB
• Four stereo playback channels stream audio directly from
your favorite playback, mixing, beat-making, and looping
applications to the MP25’s digital mixer engine.
• Four stereo record channels stream the four post-fader
program channels to your audio application for multi-track
recording. A fifth stereo record channel streams Mic 1, Mic 2,
or the Main Mix to your recording application.
• The USB Effects Loop enables insertion of stereo computerbased effects processors into the MP25’s powerful FlexFX bus.
• Low-latency ASIO / Core Audio drivers eliminate delay
between the control input to audio software and the audible
result.
• Multiclient ASIO / Core Audio drivers allow multiple software
applications to simultaneously stream audio to and from the
mixer.
• The MP25 MIDI device exposes the MP25 front panel as a MIDI
controller, allowing control of audio application parameters
using the mixer’s control surface.
Data Sheet-1
MP25
CLUB MIXER
Features and Specifications
Parameter
Phono/Line, Aux, FlexFX Inputs
Specification
4 stereo unbalanced RCA jacks
.....Phono or Line Level
Rear panel switch for each Phono/Line input
.....Phono Response
RIAA curve ±1 dB, Gain = 36 dB @ 1 kHz
.....Max Phone Input
63 mV @ 1 kHz
.....Max Line Input
4 Vrms
Mic Inputs
Balanced ¼˝ TRS & XLR combination jacks
.....Mic 1
Front and rear panel jacks
.....Mic 2
Rear panel jack with Mic/Line-level switch
.....Max Input (Mic Level)
185 mVrms (-12.5 dBu)
.....Max Input (Line Level)
3.7 Vrms (13.6 dBu)
.....EIN (Equivalent Input Noise)
-110 dBu
FlexFX
Unbalanced ¼˝ TS
.....Send
Auto-mono, Left and Right Output jacks
.....Return
Auto-mono, Left and Right Input jacks
Outputs: Main, Zone, Booth, Record, FlexFX
Balanced XLR & ¼˝ TRS, unbalanced RCA & ¼˝ TS
.....Frequency Response
20 Hz to 20 kHz, +0.25 dB / -1.5 dB
.....THD+N
<0.03% re 0 dBFS, 20 to 20 kHz, 20 kHz BW
.....Max Output (RCA and Unbalanced ¼˝ TS)
4 Vrms
.....Max Output (XLR and Balanced ¼˝ TRS)
8 Vrms
.....Zone/Booth
Auto-mono, left and right jacks
.....Main Output
Mono switch, rear panel attenuator (0 to -24 dB)
Dynamic Range, Line Input to Line Output
100 dB A-weighted
Analog to Digital Converters (ADCs)
24-bit, 48 kHz; Dynamic range 101 dB A-weighted
Digital to Analog Converters (DACs)
24-bit, 48 kHz; Dynamic range 107 dB A-weighted
Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
48 kHz, 32-bit, floating-point
USB Audio
48 kHz, 32-bit, floating-point
.....Stereo Record Channels
6
.....Stereo Playback Channels
5
Universal Internal Power Supply
100 to 240 VAC, 50 Hz to 60 Hz, 12 W max
USB Power
Mixer is self-powered
Unit: Conformity
FCC, CCSAUS
..........Construction
All Steel
..........Size (Inches)
7˝ (4U) H x 19˝ W x 4.6˝ D
..........Size (Metric)
17.8 cm x 48.3 cm x 11.7 cm
..........Weight
9.1 lb (4.14 kg)
Shipping: Size (inches)
21.5˝ L x 11.875˝ W x 7.25˝ D
..........Size (metric)
54.6 cm x 30.2 cm x 18.4 cm
..........Weight
14 lb (6.35 kg)
Notes: 0 dBu=0.775 Vrms. All specifications are typical unless otherwise stated.
Data Sheet-2
MP25
CLUB MIXER
Two Mic Inputs
• Mic 1 allows connection to either front or rear jack.
• Mic 2 allows switchable Mic or Line level Input.
• Record Mic 1, Mic 2, or the Main Mix via USB.
Each Mic includes
• Pan and 2-band full-cut tone controls.
• FlexFX bus assignment to effects.
• Talkover mode engages the mic and automatically
ducks all other program inputs by 10 dB.
MIC 1
MIC 2
4
4
6
2
8
0
10
LEVEL
6
2
D1
8
0
6
0
10
2
PGM 1
A3
4
A1 A2
PGM 2
A3
P2
OFF
+6
4
8
D3
A4
+6
PGM 3
A3
4
8
D4
A4
+6
PGM 4
4
A4
4
8
FLEXFX
A3
+6
HIGH
8
0
10
4
6
RIGHT
PAN
LEFT
RIGHT
0
PAN
10
OFF
MID
LEVEL
+6
0
10
OFF
MID
LEVEL
+6
0
10
OFF
MID
LEVEL
+6
0
10
4
6
0
10
8
0
SEND
MAIN
6
2
4
6
0
10
2
10
LEVEL
8
LEVEL
6
2
EXT LOOP
8
2
LEFT
ZONE
4
6
2
OFF
SOURCE
HIGH
6
2
A1 A2
P4
OFF
SOURCE
HIGH
6
2
A1 A2
P3
OFF
SOURCE
HIGH
6
2
8
D2
A4
SOURCE
LEVEL
BOOTH
4
A1 A2
P1
10
FlexFX™ Bus
Main Output (XLR and RCA)
Routes all assigned audio channels
includes Balance and Level
to individually selectable analog
controls, and rear panel Mono
and USB effects loops.
and 0-24 dB attenuation controls.
The analog loop provides Send
and Return Level controls,
Zone Output
and auto-mono unbalanced
with a Level control
¼” TS connectors.
and auto-mono
The effected signal may be
balanced ¼” TRS
assigned to the Cue bus.
outputs.
Four Program buses each include
• Selection of a Phono / CD Input, USB playback
Input, or any of the four Aux Inputs.
• 3-band full-cut tone controls.
• Sweepable Low-Pass / High-Pass filters.
• Crossfader A, B, or Post assignment.
• FlexFX bus assignment to external effects.
• Pre-fader cue bus assignment.
• 60 mm long-throw program fader.
0
10
OFF
MID
LEVEL
OL
+6
8
+6
RETURN
USB LOOP
LEVEL
+3
LEFT
RIGHT
BALANCE
0
-3
PHONES
4
6
OFF
+6
HIGH
2
OFF
+6
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
FILTER
8
0
FLEXFX
OFF
+6
LOW
OFF
+6
HIGH
FILTER
B
CUE
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
MIC ON
MIC ON
TALKOVER
TALKOVER
The Booth Output includes a Level control
and auto-mono balanced ¼” TRS outputs.
10
OFF
+6
LOW
A
LOW
HIGH
FILTER
B
FLEXFX
8
7
10
+6
LOW
OFF
HIGH
FILTER
LOW
FLEXFX
B
8
7
10
A
FLEXFX
8
CUE
7
-12
MONO
-18
LEVEL
FLEXFX ON
FLEXFX
MP25
8
7
6
6
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
Phones accept both ¼” and 3.5 mm plugs.
Level, Pan and Split Cue controls support
different monitoring styles.
The order of processing in the MP25’s FlexFx architecture is:
-6
8
9
6
The FlexFx architecture in the MP25 is more powerful than typical effect insert solutions. The architecture includes the FlexFx
Bus, an auxiliary bus routed to the FlexFX Loop which includes
two independent effects inserts. Any combination of PGM 1-4
and Mic 1-2 may be routed to the FlexFX Bus. Any combination of external analog and USB effects may be applied within
the FlexFX Loop. It’s possible to cue and meter the FlexFX Loop
return. You may also bypass the entire FlexFX Loop using a
single button to instantly punch in and out a combination of effects. The final FlexFX Level controls the amount of the FlexFX
audio in the Main Mix. The FlexFX architecture allows you to
quickly apply any combination of effects to a variety of sources
to produce unique, compelling mixes on the fly.
2
B
10
6
FlexFX
CUE
POST
9
CUE
+6
LOW
POST
9
CUE
OFF
A
POST
9
LOW
MAIN
SPLIT CUE
LOW
POST
10
PAN
+6
LOW
A
LEVEL
CUE
OFF
CLUB MIXER
CONTOUR
The Crossfader is a no-noise,
no-bleed magnetic fader
with three contour settings.
The Main Mix may be
assigned to the FlexFX
bus and Monoed.
External Audio Effects — Any stereo effects unit connected to
the Send and Return can be inserted independently or in combination with other effects. The external analog loop includes Send
and Return Levels to match mixer and processor audio levels.
USB Effects — Your favorite VST effects plug-ins on your
computer can be inserted independently or in combination with
other effects using the FlexFX USB Insert.
MIC 1
MIC 2
PGM 1
PGM 2
PGM 3
PGM 4
MAIN
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX
FLEXFX SEND
RIGHT
LEFT
USB
Record
1 Independent FlexFx assign for PGM 1-4 and Mic 1-2, or assign all sources simultaneously with the Main FlexFX button.
2 Ext. Analog Insert, with Send and Return Levels.
3 USB Insert.
4 FlexFX Loop return Cue and Meter.
5 FlexFx On (FlexFX Loop Bypass).
6 FlexFx Mix Level control.
FLEXFX
SEND
SEND
BYPASS
RETURN
RETURN
ON
EXT LOOP
USB LOOP
FLEXFX ON
RETURN
USB
Playback
CUE
RIGHT
LEFT
Main
Mix
LEVEL
Cue
Bus
Data Sheet-3
MP25
CLUB MIXER
Rear Panel
MONO STEREO
XLR WIRING
PIN 2 = POSITIVE
PIN 3 = NEGATIVE
PIN 1 = GROUND
R
R
USB
MAX OUT dB
0
-24
R
L
L
A4
FLEXFX
ANALOG
L
ZONE OUT
R
R
A3
A2
R
BOOTH OUT
LINE
PHONO
P4
R
LINE
P3
MIC
PHONO LINE
P2
17.4" (44.2 cm)
19" (48.3 cm)
Included with the MP25:
R
P1
MIC 2
1.3" (3.3 cm)
2.9" (7.4 cm)
2.45" (6.2 cm)
Software Recommedations
ASIO and Core Audio software applications are compatible with the MP25, which
includes a low-latency, USB 2.0, high-speed, 10-input, 12-output audio interface.
The MP25 front panel controls are MIDI-mappable in supporting software.
The MP25 ASIO and Core Audio drivers require the following minimum system:
• PC: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8, with 32-bit and 64-bit support.
• Mac: OS X 10.5.8 to 10.8.x. 32 bit or 64 bit kernel.
• System Memory: 2 GB or more.
• Processor: 2 GHz single core or better.
Visit the MP25 page at dj.rane.com for the most recent drivers and links to thirdparty software.
6.9"
(17.6
cm)
.7"
(1.8
cm)
3.7" (9.4 cm)
4.4" (11.2 cm)
Stereo USB Playback Inputs and Record Outputs
USB 1 PLAYBACK (1-2)
D1
USB PLAYBACK INPUTS
MIC 1
4
MIC 2
6
2
4
8
0
10
LEVEL
6
2
D1
8
0
10
4
10
D2
A4
A1 A2
OFF
+6
4
8
D3
A4
+6
D4
A4
4
8
USB 4 PLAYBACK (7-8)
D4
PGM 3
A3
+6
8
USB 5 PLAYBACK (9-10)
USB LOOP ON
PGM 4
FLEXFX
4
A3
A4
SOURCE
HIGH
6
2
A1 A2
P4
OFF
SOURCE
HIGH
6
2
A1 A2
P3
OFF
SOURCE
HIGH
USB 3 PLAYBACK (5-6)
D3
PGM 2
A3
P2
6
2
8
USB 2 PLAYBACK (3-4)
D2
PGM 1
A3
SOURCE
LEVEL
6
0
A1 A2
P1
BOOTH
4
MIC 1
Side View
• MP25 Mixer
• One USB cable
• IEC C5 line cord
• Printed color manual
• Driver install disc
2
3.675"
(9.4 cm)
L
LINE
PHONO
A1
RANE CORP.
L
L
L
R
S/PDIF
MP25
PHONO
GROUND
RETURN
L
RECORD OUTS
R
100-240 V
50/60 Hz 12 WATTS
SEND
MAIN OUTS
L
DIGITAL INPUTS
D1-D4
.8"
(2 cm)
EARS
L
4
6
0
10
2
OFF
+6
OFF
+6
HIGH
0
10
RIGHT
PAN
LEFT
RIGHT
PAN
0
10
OFF
MID
LEVEL
+6
0
10
OFF
MID
LEVEL
+6
0
10
OFF
MID
LEVEL
+6
4
6
MID
LEVEL
8
10
4
6
0
10
4
6
0
10
2
8
LEVEL
OL
+6
8
0
10
LEVEL
+3
RETURN
USB LOOP
LEVEL
MAIN
6
2
0
SEND
EXT LOOP
8
8
2
LEFT
ZONE
4
6
2
LEFT
RIGHT
BALANCE
0
-3
PHONES
4
6
OFF
+6
HIGH
2
OFF
+6
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
FILTER
8
0
+6
LOW
OFF
B
FLEXFX
MIC ON
TALKOVER
FLEXFX
MIC ON
TALKOVER
OFF
+6
LOW
A
LOW
HIGH
FILTER
B
OFF
+6
LOW
A
POST
LOW
HIGH
FILTER
B
FLEXFX 10
FLEXFX 10
FLEXFX 10
9
9
9
8
8
8
CUE
7
CUE
CUE
7
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
USB 2 RECORD (3-4)
USB 3 RECORD (5-6)
CUE
B
2
USB 4 RECORD (7-8)
-6
8
-12
MONO
-18
LEVEL
FLEXFX ON
FLEXFX
MP25
7
6
USB 1 RECORD (1-2)
+6
LOW
POST
8
7
OFF
A
POST
9
CUE
USB RECORD OUTPUTS
HIGH
FILTER
FLEXFX 10
+6
LOW
MAIN
SPLIT CUE
LOW
POST
OFF
PAN
+6
LOW
A
10
LEVEL
CUE
OFF
CLUB MIXER
CONTOUR
USB 5 RECORD (9-10)
USB LOOP OFF
AUDIO DRIVER CONTROL PANEL
USB-6 Record
Main Mix
Mic 1
Windows XP, Vista and 7 are either a registered trademark or a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and/or other countries.
Apple, Mac, and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the USA and/or other countries.
Mic 2
USB 6 RECORD (11-12)
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Data Sheet-4
All features & specifications subject to change without notice. 1-2014
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