myMix Connectivity


IEX-16L System with Switch

myMix is very flexible when it comes to connect it with other sound equipment. myMix can be used stand alone or easily be integrated with any analogue or digital console. Below are some typical integration examples.


IMPORTANT: all these options can be mixed and matched as it suits the individual set up.

Console Connectivity

Using US and MADI (optical) via EXBOX UMA to IEX-16L(A)
Using US and MADI (optical) via EXBOX UMA to IEX-16L(A)
Using the ADAT Output from Main Console/Soundcard to IEX-16L(A)
Using the ADAT Output from Main Console/Soundcard to IEX-16L(A)
Using an Auxiliary Send from Main Console to IEX-16L
Using an Auxiliary Send from Main Console to IEX-16L
Using a Direct Out (Pre-Fader) from Main Console to IEX-16L
Using a Direct Out (Pre-Fader) from Main Console to IEX-16L
Using the Insert as Direct Out from Main Console to IEX-16L
Using the Insert as Direct Out from Main Console to IEX-16L
MADI Signal Stream using a MADI to ADAT Interface and IEX-16L(A)
MADI Signal Stream using a MADI to ADAT Interface and IEX-16L(A)
MACKIE 1608
MACKIE 1608

IEX16 Stage Connectivity

Using the Multicore Return/Output Box from the Main Console
Using the Multicore Return/Output Box from the Main Console
DANTE Network via Rednet 3 Interface
DANTE Network via Rednet 3 Interface
Splitting Microphone Signal using a central Mic Split
Splitting Microphone Signal using a central Mic Split
Split Mic Signal for myMix and Main Console with Splitter/PreAmp
Split Mic Signal for myMix and Main Console with Splitter/PreAmp
Split Mic Signal using Preamp with ADAT and Line Level Outputs
Split Mic Signal using Preamp with ADAT and Line Level Outputs

Stage Inputs Connectivity

Using the Multicore Return for Input from the Main Console
Using the Multicore Return for Input from the Main Console
Split Line Level Signal using DI Box
Split Line Level Signal using DI Box
Split Mic Signal using Mic Split Box
Split Mic Signal using Mic Split Box