Compact stereo-mixer, 7kanalen, 2 zones outputs
The Crew, a new and compact DATEQ mixer, fits in anywhere!
7 Channels/ 14 Inputs
The Crew has 7 channels with 2 inputs on each channel. Three microphones and 11
line-inputs, for example CD-players, computers, tuners, video or MP3-players,
can all be connected at the same time! When using a DATEQ
MD-2 RIAA pre-amplifier it is possible to connect a record player.
Channel one and two have a microphone pre-amplifier with gain control and a
The first channel is equipped with a talk-over circuit to improve speech
This ciruit is triggered by the microphone-signal. When you speak into the
microphone all the other active channels will be attenuated. This makes it
possible to make an announcement without taking care of the volume of all the
The threshold level can be internally adjusted.
2 + 4 Zones
The Crew is a multi-zone mixer, and the catering proprietor is the director of
the sound level. By default the Crew is equipped with two zones to make it
possible to play the sound for instance at the bar at a relaxed level, and on
the dancing-floor at a higher level with a firm bass.
Optionally four additional zones may be added to the Crew. These zones have a
volume- control input to remotely adjust the signal level with a potentiometer
or a control voltage!
A unique DATEQ invention that will prove it's value in various conference
2 Band equaliser
Both master outputs have a separate 2-way equaliser, a balance and a volume
control. The microphone inputs (channel 1 and channel 2) each have a 2-way
All the inputs have a gain-control at the back of the mixer. The input level can
be adjusted from -14dB...+6dB.
The master A outputs have electronically balanced outputs on XLR-connectors and
an unbalanced output at cinch-connectors. The balanced output makes it possible
to use long signal-cables so that the amplifiers can be placed near to the
speakers. Master B and the optional zones all have unbalanced outputs at cinch
The Crew has a clearly readable 2x12 segment VU-meter and a phones output.
- Only three units high (132 mm)
- Three microphone and eleven line inputs
- Separate gain control on each input
- Output zones: two standard, four extra optional output zones
- Balanced and unbalanced master outputs
- Two band equaliser on the microphone inputs and on the two standard master