The DN-312X is an ultra-slim 1U rack-mounted 12-channel mixer with 6 mic/line combination inputs and 6 additional line inputs. This article walks through a number of frequently asked questions about the Denon Professional DN-312X.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Where can i find the user guide for the DN-312X?
- Can I use a phantom power microphone?
- Can I use this unit with a computer?
- Are the inputs and outputs Balanced or Unbalanced?
- What is MIC 1 Priority?
- What are the dimensions and weight?
- Further Technical Support
Yes. This unit has a phantom power switch on the back for each channel.
Note: Most dynamic microphones do not require phantom power, while most condenser microphones do. Consult your microphone’s documentation to find out whether it needs phantom power.
The DN-312X is an external rack mixer that would require connection to a an alternate computer audio interface for the signal to be directed into your computer.
The MIC/LINE inputs and LINE outputs are all balanced connections providing a low noise connection.
Mic 1 Priority is used to set how loud the volume level of all other inputs will be when the Channel 1 mic/line input receives an incoming signal. At its lowest setting, a signal received by the Channel 1 mic/line input will mute all other input signals entirely. At its highest setting, a signal received by the Channel 1 mic/line input will not affect the other input signals at all.
Dimensions: Approximately 19" x 7.7" x 1.7" (L x W x H)
Weight: Approximately 6.5 lbs.
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