BishopSound Mixer 6 Channel
Product Code: BSM1
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Rugged, reliable and functional and that is all you need!
No unnecessary bells and whistles that pollute the signal on its way to our speakers.
The BishopSound 6 channel mixer is the perfect solution to get a quick set up and high-quality signals to your amplifier or directly to our Orion active speakers.
Due to the variety of uses, we recommend follow these points, with the reason to have better quality and maximum effiency from your console.
• Adjust all knobs in the minimum level.
• If you have connected an amplifier or speaker into the MAIN OUT connectors, adjust the MAIN MIX volume knob and the amplifier to low
• Connect speaker, earphones or amplifiers into the corresponding inputs.
• Connect the microphones. Remember once that the console is on, you must to down the TRIM knob of the channels 1 and 2, each time
that you connect or disconnect microphones or other devices.
• Connect external audio devices (CD player, iPod, smartphones, etc.) into the input lines.
• Power the console using the eliminator: first connect it to the power supply and then to the console. The Plug connector has only one entry
position marked by the notch; do not force the connection and secure it by screwing the nut.
• Gradually increase the volume level of the channels and MAIN MIX, in order to listen to the audio signal. When the peak indicator of each
channel lights, turn down the volume to obtain the best sound quality.
• Use the EQ knobs to equalize the mixes.
Power input: 36 V~ 60 Hz 300 mA (2x 1 8 V~ 2 x 300 mA)
Microphone input: 20 mV unbalanced
Line input: 0.8 V unbalanced
Line output: 5 V max.
Earphone output: 300 mW @1% THD
THD: < 0.025% S/N vs max. output
Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz ± 1 dB
SNR: >80 dB
Input: 240 V~ 50 Hz 38 W
Output: 36 V~ 50 Hz 300 mA (2 x 18 V~ 2 x 300 mA)
Specifications may change without previous notice
• Don’t expose the device to extreme temperatures.
• Store the device in a dry warm place to avoid condensation.
• Always use a soft and dry cloth to clean it.
• Don’t try to open the device, may cause malfunction and the warranty is avoid.
• Don’t use abrasive liquids to clean it.
• Don't place heavy objects over the equipment.
• Before to turn on the device ensures that the volume level controls are in the minimum level
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1. MIC 1/MIC 2: Electronically balanced XLR type designed to accept signals from any balanced low impedance microphone. To avoid
damages, don't connect unbalanced microphones in these inputs.
2. LINE IN 1/LINE IN 2: 6.3 mm (¼”) to musical instruments and other devices.
3. TRIM: Adjusts the input sensitivity of the mic and line inputs. The internal scale (+10 ~30 dB) corresponds to the musical instruments
or other devices, the external (0-40 dB) corresponds to the microphones.
- Turn the knob totally toward +10 position, each time that you connect or disconnect some device (MIC) or (LINE).
4. EQ: 3 band EQ. Set the frequency range on each input channels in 3 levels:
- Treble: Set the treble sounds, the range goes between -15 dB to +15 dB with a central frequency of 12 kHz.
- Mid: Set the frequencies from all musical instruments and the human voice. The gain range goes between -12 dB to +12 dB with a
central frequency of 2.5 kHz.
- Bass: The bass control set the male voice and the guitars or drums. The gain range goes between -15 dB to +15 dB with a central
frequency of 80 Hz.
5. FX: Allows give power to signals through of a variable from one or more channels and add it to the bus, having the output in the FX
6. PAN: Send the audio signal. If you want that both channels (right, left) is listen, keep the knob of the middle. If you want that only
listen one, turn the knob to the corresponding side.
7. LEVEL: Set the overall level of the selected channel.
8. PHONES: Set the output signal level sent to the headphones.
9. MAIN MIX LEVEL: Set the signal level sent to the Main output or to RCA output.
10. PHANTOM POWER: This LED indicates when Phantom Power is on for condenser microphones.
11. AUX RETURN: Return the signal of an effect processor into the mixer. Only can be used as an additional stereo line input.
12. OUTPUT LEVEL: LED indicators of power level.
13. CD/ TAPE TO MIX: When the TAPE TO MIX switch is pressed, the input of 2 tracks is assigned to the main mix, providing
additional inputs for tape machines, MIDI instruments or another signal sources that do not require any processing.
14. CD/ TAPE TO PHONES: Allows monitoring the input of 2 tracks. This provides an easy way to monitor the signals that back from the
tape to ensure that is recording correctly.
15. CD/Tape IN: RCA input to listen to the signal of digital audio tape or an audio player.
16. CD/Tape OUT: Send a RCA audio signal by RCA.
17. CTRL ROOM OUT: 6.3 mm (¼”) with audio signal right and left, to the monitoring of the audio mixed track.
18. PHONES: 6.3 mm (¼”) connector to earphones.
19. FX SEND: Send the received signal from the FX controls. It is possible to connect this output to the input of an external effects device
to process the master signal of the FX bus. Once a mix of effects is created, the processed signal can be routed from the outputs of the
effects devices to a stereo input.
20. STEREO AUX RETURN: 6.3 mm (¼”) input to the return of FX effects unity.
21. MAIN OUT: Main audio outputs by 6.3 mm (¼ ") jack left and right. It is possible to connect to speakers or an audio amplifier or an
22. LINE IN 5/6: 6.3 mm (¼ ") inputs, left and right for external devices such as audio players or instruments such as keyboards.
23. LINE IN 3/4: 6.3 mm (¼ ") inputs, left and right for external devices such as audio players or instruments such as keyboards.