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  • 453001

    Midas DM12 Analog Mixer

    3 In Stock

    The compact DM12 honours your stage or studio desktop space, while providing incredible sonic performance, amazing versatility and an unheard of level of affordability.

    What is the secret behind DM12's superb, studio-quality sound? TheDM12 features 8 award-winning,Midas microphone preamplifiers with true +48 V Phantom Power, acclaimed by audio engineers the world over for their transparency and nuanced low noise, high-headroom design. Add to this TRS Line Inputs on all 12channels (8 mono and 2 stereo), mono channel Inserts and 3-band EQ with mid-frequency sweep, 2 switchable pre/post-fader aux sends, 2 monitor outs and 2-track RCA I/O, and you have an analogue work of art  the fully featured DM12!


    • Live performance and studio recording analogue mixer with 12 input channels

    • 8 mono input channels with award-winning Midas microphone preamplifiers

    • 2 electronically-balanced stereo line input channels on 1/4" TRS connectors

    • 3 band EQ on mono channels with swept mid band

    • 2 aux sends with pre/post fader switching

    • 60 mm precision long-life faders

    • Rugged chassis construction for durability in portable applications

    • Auto-ranging universal switch-mode power supply

    • 10-Year Warranty Program*

    • Designed and engineered in the U.K.

    Live Performance and Studio Recording

    With 12 channels, the DM12 has more than enough microphone and line inputs to manage a small band or worship team with channels to spare – both on the stage and in the studio. It is also the ideal choice for use as a keyboard or drum sub-mixer for larger scale performances.

    Dedicated Stereo Inputs

    Line channels 9/10 - 11/12 are dedicated stereo channels, making them ideal for stereo instruments, such as keyboards – and can also be used for mono signals thanks to a convenient balance control on each 2-channel grouping. These channels can also be used as return inputs for signals sent external effects processing equipment.