MIDAS | DP48 | Dual 48 Channel Personal Monitor Mixer
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A 48-channel mixer with 12-stereo groups and a clean, easy-to-use interface, the DP48 has everything you need to take total control over your personal monitor mix. Hook it up to a stage wedge or feed your in-ear monitors. And if you’re using IEMs, you can dial in a touch of ambiance with the DP48’s built-in microphone, so you don’t feel separate from the audience and the other performers. Using a Cat 5e cable, the DP48 easily connects to any AES50-equipped digital console and can be remotely powered over the ethernet cable or with a separate power supply.
Access a Host of Features with an Intuitive Interface
Navigating feature-packed personal monitor mixers can be challenging, especially in the middle of a rocking set. But with its intuitive interface and high-contrast TFT display screen, operating the DP48 is a breeze! Twelve stereo groups make balancing mixes fast and easy, and a full complement of adjustable parameters — including a 3-band EQ, compression, and studio-quality reverb on every channel — gives you ample control over what you hear in the monitors. Also, as a dual mixer, you can dial up and manage an entirely separate mix on the same unit, which is perfect for background singers, horn sections, and other members of the band that stand close together on stage. And you can put all of this within arm’s reach by attaching the DP48 on your mic stand with Midas’s optional mounting bracket.
AES50 Compatible for Connectivity, Power, and Much More
Designed for compatibility, the DP48 can connect with any 44.1/48kHz AES50-equipped devices over Cat 5e, including Midas and Behringer digital consoles and I/O boxes. The AES50 connection also remotely powers the units via Power over Ethernet or separate DC power supply that also allows for daisy-chaining. Additionally, with AES50, individual monitor mixes can be delivered back to the console or monitor hub for distribution through an IEM system. Finally, keep your mixes organised by transmitting channel colour and labeling between the DP48 and a console through the same AES50 pathway.