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Alto RMX2408 DFX 2000W Powered Mixer with FX  

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    Alto

    Light, rugged and powerful.

    The Alto RMX2408DFX is a 2000 watt powered mixer with EQ and effects. It features 2000 watts of Class D power. Class D amplification makes the RMX2408DFX not only powerful but also incredibly light compared to other solutions.

    The RMX2408DFX also features a useful array of tools including 8 XLR jacks with phantom power, 8 Line jacks and stereo RCA. This means that whether you're plugging in guitars, mics, keyboards or even an iPod for playback between sets, you're covered with the RMX2408DFX .

    Once everything is connected, there's a full on-board digital effects processor and 3-shelf EQ on each mono and stereo channel so you can dial in the perfect sound at any venue. A 24-bit, built-in Alesis DSP effects engine supplies ample options for sweetening including Hall, Room, Vocal & Plate reverbs, Mono & Stereo delay (max delay time 650ms), Chorus, Flanger & Reverb modulations, Reverb+Delay, Reverb+Chorus and Reverb+Flanger combinations. 256 different Alesis DSP presets provide ample options for any situation. When the gig is done, inset, molded handles on both ends make it super easy to transport.

    Features
    • Lightweight and ruggedly built
    • 18 total inputs
    • 8 XLR jacks with phantom power
    • On-board digital effects processor
    • 3-shelf EQ on each mono and stereo channel

    Order today and get your mixing, processing and power in a single box.

     

    RMX2408 DFX 2000W Powered Mixer with FX Specifications:

    • Microphone input: Electronically balanced, discrete input configuration
    • Frequency response: 10Hz to 55kHz, +/–3dB
    • Distortion: (THD & N) 0.006% at +4dBu, 1kHz
    • Gain: 50dB (MIC)
    • SNR: (Signal to Noise Ratio) >90dB
    • Line input
    • Electronically balanced
    • Frequency response: 10Hz to 55kHz, +/–3dB
    • Distortion: (THD & N) 0.04% at +4dBu, 1kHz
    • Gain: 30dB
    • Stereo input channels
    • Line input: Unbalanced
    • Frequency response: 10Hz to 55kHz, +/–3dB
    • Distortion: (THD & N) 0.006% at +4dBu, 1kHz
    • Impedances
    • Microphone input: 1.4kOhm
    • Channel Insert return: 2.5kOhm
    • All other inputs: 10kOhm or greater
    • Tape out: 1kOhm
    • All other output: 120Ohm
    • Equalization
    • Hi shelving: +/–15dB @12kHz
    • Mid bell: +/–15dB @2.5kHz
    • Low shelving: +/–15dB @ 80Hz
    • Alesis DSP Section
    • A/D and D/A converters: 24-bit
    • DSP resolution: 24-bit
    • Type of effects
    • Hall, Room, Vocal & Plate Reverb
    • Mono & Stereo DELAY (max delay time 650ms)
    • Chorus, Flanger & Reverb Modulations
    • Reverb+Delay, Reverb+Chorus,
    • Reverb+Flanger combinations
    • Presets: 256
    • Controls
    • 16-position PRESET Selector; 16-position VARIATION selector
    • CLIP LED; MUTE SWITCH with LED indicator
    • Main Mix Section
    • Noise: (Bus Noise) Fader 0 dB, channels muted:–85dBr (ref.:+4dBu)
    • Fader: 0dB, all input channels assigned and set to
    • UNITY gain:–71dBr (ref.:+4dBu)
    • Max output: +27dBu balanced, +22dBu unbalanced, 1/4" jacks
    • AUX Sends max out: +22dBu
    • Output power
    • 500Wx2+500Wx2 mode 480Wx4(EIAJ) @ 4ohm,
    • 224Wx4(EIAJ) @ 8ohm
    • 1000Wx1+1000Wx1 mode976Wx2(EIAJ) @ 8ohm
    • 500Wx1(R)+500Wx1(L)+1000W(MONO) mode521Wx2(EIAJ) @ 4ohm+937Wx1(EIAJ) @8 ohm
    • Bridge mode1553W @ 8ohm
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    AltoRMX2408 DFX 2000W Powered Mixer with FX
     
    3.3

    (based on 4 reviews)

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      2.0

      Did not meet expectations

      By garu_flatpick

      from Knoxville, TN

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Versatile

      Cons

      • Breaks Easily
      • Poor Quality Sound

      Best Uses

      • Performances

      Comments about Alto RMX2408 DFX 2000W Powered Mixer with FX:

      Right out of the box, one of the amp modes (2x1000W)on the RMX2408 did not work, and I heard several pops and crackles when using some of the controls (FX, other switches). Also, the fan cycled on-off every 3 sec and was rattly, noisy. The amp created much more hiss in my speakers than with my old Phonic 780 Plus mixer amp, testing at comparable output volumes. This was true regardless of amp mode used. I noticed a big power boost compared to my old mixer amp, of course, so I could push my speakers harder, but I heard a degradation in sound quality at the same output volume, due largely to the background hiss.

      I returned it to MF (easy process, hat is off to MF on this).

      I will keep using my Phonic mixer amp and passive Wharfedale 12" speakers for now, while I reconsider my options. I may go with a passive mixer (Soundcraft or Yamaha?), power amp (Crown or QSC?), and passive speakers (Yamaha?) in the future, and build a good system piece by piece as I can afford it.

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      1.0

      Fail

      By Steve of the North

      from Nor-Cal

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      Pros

      • It's Discontinued

      Cons

      • Breaks Easily

      Best Uses

      • Door Stop

      Comments about Alto RMX2408 DFX 2000W Powered Mixer with FX:

      Unboxed it, set it up, turned it on and after about 20 seconds it threw out sparks and flames from the back. Dead.

      Called MF, easy return but no replacement because these units are discontinued.

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      5.0

      Crystal clear sound and on board effects

      By Desperate Waters

      from the Jersey Shore

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      Pros

      • Compact
      • Easy To Use
      • Excellent Sound

      Cons

        Best Uses

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        Comments about Alto RMX2408 DFX 2000W Powered Mixer with FX:

        Very crisp sound and great Alesis on board effects. Far cleaner than the Mackie board with QSC power amp we'd been using and in a very compact light package. Mackie on board effects were supposed to be great when we bought that board but were unusable in terms of quality. The effects on this Alto sound as good or better than the Alesis midiverb which we had used for many years.

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        5.0

        Great Sound!

        By Mark Schuler

        from Charleston, SC

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Accurate Controls
        • Compact
        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound

        Cons

          Best Uses

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          • Performances

          Comments about Alto RMX2408 DFX 2000W Powered Mixer with FX:

          Ok, I've been using a Yamaha EMX512SC mixer. It's a nice sounding PA and I've been using it through a pair of old peavey 115H cabs.

          Then I saw the Alto on sale for and decided to try it because of the power rating -1000w per channel- and the weight (around 21 lbs, I think). Even though my cabinets are rated only 300 Watts RMS, I've always heard that you need more power from the amp for headroom. Well I don't know if it's the headroom or the circuitry in this thing, but it blew me away!
          I honestly don't remember ever playing through a system that sounds this good. And plenty of power to spare. So far I've only used the basic reverb ,which sounds great as well, so I can't really rate the other onboard effects.
          I highly recommend this unit, especially if you can find it again on "Stupid Deal Of The Day!"

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