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Soundcraft MFX20 20-Channel Mixer
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The MFX20 20-Channel Soundcraft MFX mixer uses the same AudioDNA processor featured in many of the Digitech and Lexicon outboard equipment including ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The MFX20 20-Channel Soundcraft MFX mixer uses the same AudioDNA processor featured in many of the Digitech and Lexicon outboard equipment including the highly respected Lexicon MX500 processor.
The MFX Series combines all the features of the popular Soundcraft MPM mixer with a built-in 24-bit, digital, Lexicon effects processor, expanding the Soundcraft low-cost, multi-purpose compact range.
With over 35 years of experience, the Lexicon name is among top creators of reverb and processing equipment in the business, ensuring the finest quality effects not usually found in a console at this price level.
The effects section fits neatly into the mixers compact framework, with 2 stereo channels and an effects-send on each channel. There are 32 different effects to choose from with a tap tempo function, 3 effects parameter controls and a user effects setting store facility. An effects channel level clip LED and Mute function give the user even more flexibility.
The emphasis with the Soundcraft MFX is very firmly on quality build and audio performance, with an easy-to-understand control surface in line with the Soundcraft professional range. The Soundcraft MFX uses the highly-transparent GB30 Mic amp (designed by Graham Blyth for the company's 30th anniversary, and also used on the larger LX7ii and GB Series consoles). The Soundcraft MFX also offers all the features of the Soundcraft MPM, most notably two configurable aux sends, two groups, XLR and 1/4" metal jack connector sockets, RCA phono stereo playback inputs and record outputs, 3-band EQ with a swept mid on the mono inputs, 3-band EQ on the 2 stereo inputs, TRS insert sockets, inserts on all mono inputs, ten-segment LED output metering, and a headphone output.
The Soundcraft MFX will find itself in many applications including live music, recording, houses of worship and multi-speaker installations and is easily rack mountable.
20 mono + 2 stereo channel input frame-sizes
Built-in 24 bit Lexicon digital effects processor
32 effects settings
Tap tempo and effects setting store function
1 effects-send on each channel
2 configurable Aux busses
2 Stereo Inputs
2 Group busses
Stereo Mix Output
2-track record output
2-track replay input with level control
Globally switched +48V Phantom Power
GB30 Mic Preamps
Insert point (mono channels)
3-band EQ with swept Mid band on mono inputs
3-band EQ on stereo inputs
Mix and group routing
Signal Present LED
Headphone and Control Room outputs with level control
Integral universal power supply
T.H.D. Mic Sensitivity -30dBu,+14dBu @ Mix output: < 0.02% @ 1kHz
Mic Input E.I.N. (maximum gain): -127dBu (150 Ohms source)
Aux, Mix, and Masters (@ 0dB,faders down): < -85dBu
Crosstalk (@ 1kHz)
Channel Mute: > 96dB
Fader Cut-off (rel +10 mark): > 96dB
Aux Send Pots Offness: > 86dB
EQ (Mono inputs)
MF: (swept): 150Hz ” 3.5kHz,+/-15dB
EQ (Stereo inputs)
Power Consumption: Less than 40W
Operating Conditions: Temperature Range 5C to 40C
Input and Output Specs
Input & Output Levels
Mic Input: +15dBu max.
Line Input: +30dBu max.
Stereo Input: +30dBu max.
Mix Output: +20dBu max.
Headphones (@150 Ohms): 300mW
Input & Output Impedances
Mic Input: 2k Ohms
Line Input: 10k Ohms
Stereo Input: 65k Ohms (stereo), 35k Ohms (mono)
Outputs: 150 Ohms (balanced), 75 Ohms (unbalanced)
Dimensions & Weight
Weight: 20.4 lbs.
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I never thought I could get one as good as this at this price range. Superb quality! I like the fact that this features 2 (or 3) aux outputs as I need as much as exactly that. The Lexicon effect module is simply a good combination of this mixer. If this broke I would definitely buy another one... or two.