RemoteMix 4

Broadcast Field Mixer
JK Audio RemoteMix 4 Front

All In One.

RemoteMix 4 is a four channel field mixer and headphone amplifier. More than just a field mixer, this is a communications interface. RemoteMix 4 features a phone line hybrid and keypad, a PBX handset interface, and a cell phone interface. All this in a tough, portable unit that’s smaller than a lunch box. All-in-one is an understatement. These parts were designed to work together and save setup time in the field. No need to send an engineer with patch cables. All the pieces work together in one reliable unit.

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Product Details

Features 2 3.5 4
HD Voice Compatible (7 kHz Wide-Band Speech)
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
4-conductor 3.5mm Headset Interface
Connects to Wireless Phones & Notebooks
XLR Mic Jacks 2 3 4
Mic/Line Pad Switch
Individually Switchable 48v Phantom Power
¼” Headphone Jacks with Individual Level Controls 2 3 4
Individual Headphone Source Selector
3.5 mm Send and Receive Jacks
LED VU Meter
Phone Line Hybrid with DTMF Keypad
Redial Button
Universal PBX Handset Interface
Bass Boost
Hot Swappable Dual 9V Batteries and 120-240 VAC External Power Supply
Made in America
Approved for Sale in Europe and Australia

TV

RemoteMix 4 gives you the ultimate phone connectivity with four IFB feeds. Imagine being able to send and receive interview audio, and pull IFB out of any business phone system, even your cell phone. More than a field mixer, this is a shoot saver.

Radio

RemoteMix 4 was designed for live remotes. Use it as a phone line hybrid, calling into your studio talk show hybrid. Use it as a front end mixer for your POTS, ISDN or IP codec. Use it with your laptop codec.

Great Sound

Bass Boost adds some low end before sending the signal down the phone line. A soft limiter prevents overdriving the phone line interfaces, while the mixer XLR output is pre-limiter (full range). Line level cue input to the headphones make RemoteMix 4 a perfect companion to your CODEC.

Bluetooth Wireless Technology

RemoteMix 4 will first attempt to connect in hands free mode to a cell phone. If this type of connection is not available, it will connect to any other product, such as a notebook or portable that allows a Bluetooth wireless connection. This wireless headphone mode offers a full audio bandwidth stereo connection.

Monitoring

Convenient 3.5 mm send and receive jacks for recording the show, or mixing in your MP3 player. Separate headphone level and source selection controls. Monitor just the clean mixer output, or the communication return plus the mix.

Power Smart Design

Phantom power is not always needed, yet it can be a real drain on batteries. The phantom power generator only runs if any of the rear panel 48 V switches are set to “ON” position. Low noise, low power ICs are used throughout to preserve battery life. The 100-240 VAC desktop style power supply (included) overrides the battery power only when the supply is actually providing power. If the power goes out, the batteries automatically cut in. Use one battery or two. Separate compartments for hot swapping batteries.

JK Audio RemoteMix 4 Back

Specs

Specifications
Microphones Female XLR
Impedance 2k ohms
Level -25 dBu nom
Mic/Line Pad Switch +6 dBu max
Line Input 1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo
Impedance 20k ohms
Level -10 dBu nom
Cue Input 1/4" Mono
Impedance 20k ohms
Level -10 dBu nom
Mix Out Balanced Male XLR
Level +16 dBu max
Frequency Response 20 Hz - 20 kHz +/- 1dB
Line Output 1/8" (3.5mm) Stereo
Impedance 100 ohms
Level -10 dBu nom
Headphones 1/4" Stereo
Impedance 8 ohms
Level 1/3 watt per channel
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Standard Bluetooth 3.0
Frequency Response Hands-Free (HF): 300 Hz– 3.4 kHz
HF (HD Voice): 50 Hz– 7 kHz
A2DP: 30Hz – 17kHz, master to slave
Range 33 ft (10m)
Misc
Phone Line Connector POTS: RJ11C
PBX: RJ22
Ringer 0.5B REN
Isolation 1500 VAC
Power 100-240 VAC, 50-60Hz External Power Supply or Two 9 VDC Batteries
Size 9.5" x 8" x 3"
Weight 3.8 lbs (1.72 kg)
*HD Voice: While standard phone calls have a narrow bandwidth of 300 Hz to 3.4 kHz, HD Voice calls offer 50 Hz to 7 kHz bandwidth. The additional 1.5 octaves on the low end gives voice a more natural sound, while the additional upper octave dramatically improves speech clarity and intelligibility.

*Wireless HD Calls: To take advantage of this extended bandwidth, both phones on the call must support HD Voice, and both phones must be on the same carrier, in coverage areas that support HD Voice.