AKG has released the DMM 4/2/2 automatic microphone mixer. The DMM 4/2/2 is a processor-controlled digital automatic mixing algorithm with four balanced universal inputs and two stereo AUX inputs. According to AKG, the DMM 4/2/2 mixing algorithm automatically allocates gain among the system microphones, and a single rotary switch may be used to access all microphone functions.
The unit features a dbx compressor/limiter; switchable gain and switchable phantom power on each channel; inputs equipped with an incremental level control, including LED level and peak hold display; an expansion connector to cascade multiple mixers in a bigger system; and control I/O on the rear panel. For increased flexibility, the auto-mixing and ducking function can be enabled/disabled for each microphone and AUX channel.
The DMM 4/2/2 comes in a rugged 19-inch housing with an integrated power supply unit, one recording output and one master XLR output. The mixer can be controlled remotely via logic inputs and outputs with a Sub-D connector.
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