The Fredenstein MixCube is a digital controlled stereo analog mixer that may be configured as 8-channel, 16-channel, 24-channel or 32-channel. Each channel has gain control, pan control, mute and solo. The final mix also has gain control, balance (pan) control in and mute. Plus there are 4 “fader groups” that can control user assigned sets of channels that has gain, mute and solo functions.
The Fredenstein MixCube is only 16cm (6.5”) x 16cm x 16cm in size. The front panel includes an 11cm (4.3”) 480 x 272 pixel color TFT display to show settings. There are 3 rotary encoders and 3 buttons on the front panel. The graphics display also has a high resolution output level meter.
The MixCube features fully balanced summing amps. This helps achieve the unusually high +28 dBu maximum input and output levels and helps minimize noise and distortion. The MixCube can be remote controlled with MIDI or USB. This allows the MixCube to be controlled with standard MIDI Fader Controllers.
Frequency Response: 2 Hz – 80,000 Hz, - 0.5 dB
250,000 Hz, - 3 dB
Distortion (THD&N): < 0.0009% at +20 dBu Output Level (THD)
<.0.0003% at +20 dBu Output Level
(SMPTE IMD 60/7K)
< 0.0009% at +20 dBu Output Level
Signal to Noise (S/N): (Channels muted) < -100 dB at +25 dBu Output Level
(32 Channels @ unity gain) < -99 dB at +25 dBu Output Level
Cross-talk (1 kHz) < -102 dB at +20 dBu Output Level
(10 kHz) < -98 dB at +20 dBu Output Level
Max. Input Level: + 28 dBu
Max. Output Level: + 28 dBu
Input Impedance: 20 kOhms (2 x 10Kohms)
Output Impedance: 44 Ohms (2 x 22 Ohms)
MIDI jacks on the MixCube are 3.5 mm Tip-Ring-Sleeve (TRS).
Din Pin 2 = TRS Tip
Din Pin 3 = TRS Sleeve
Din Pin 4 = TRS Ring