The A-16II Personal Mixer is a 16-channel stereo digital mixer designed to allow performers to create custom monitor mixes on stage or in the studio. The stereo output on the A-16II can drive in-ear monitors (IEMs) or headphones. Its intuitive interface lets a performer quickly modify a mix without distracting from the primary job at hand—performing live or in the studio.
A-16II mixers are known as the industry standard worldwide, and for good reasons: they’re robust, simple to use, and sound great. Just connect an A-16II to an analog input module or digital console card to start a system. It's that easy.
The TRS stereo output from the A-16II can be used to drive wired or wireless in-ear monitors (IEMs), headphones, powered floor wedges, an amplifier, or spot monitors.
The A-16II Personal Mixer is fully compatible with all Pro16® Series products, including Aviom's Y1 A-Net card for Yamaha® digital mixing consoles. Support for the industry standard Aviom monitor mixing is available in the form of console interface cards from an ever- increasing list of digital console manufacturers (including Avid® (Digidesign®), DiGiCo®, Soundcraft®, Innovason®, Tascam®). Many other digital console manufacturers offer a Pro16 A-Net output option.
Personal Mixers can be daisy chained or connected in parallel using an A-Net Distributor. Parallel connections also allow DC power to be supplied to the mixers over the Cat-5e cable. The A-16II supports Cat-5e cable runs of up to 500 feet (150 meters) between devices, and there is no practiacal limit to the number of personal mixers in a system.
Note: The A-16II Personal mixer does not ship with a power supply since most system configurations include an A-16D Pro A-Net Distributor which includes internal power supplies. Order the PS-120 if you need an external power supply or if you are using the A-16D A-Net Distributor which utilizes external power supplies for each port.
All Pro16 Personal Mixers, including the A-16II, A-16R, and A360, can be used in any combination when creating a personal mixing system.
Adding an ASI A-Net Systems Interface to a Pro64 network allows a Personal Mixer to output any 16 channels from a Pro64 digital snake or audio network.
|Audio Output||1/4-inch TRS stereo, headphone or line level|
|Line/Headphone TRS Output||Tip: Audio Left; Ring: Audio Right; Sleeve: Ground
Auto-detects mono plugs
|A-Net Input/Output||1 A-Net input, 1 A-Net output; Category 5 (RJ45 connector)|
|Digital to Analog Conversion Bit Depth||24 bit|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||(Referenced to 0dB) -103dB|
|Latency||<0.880 msec (measured from analog input to analog output)|
|Pro16 A-Net||Uses unshielded Cat-5e UTP (or better) cable; maximum 500ft (150m) between devices|
|Tone Controls||Treble +/-12dB at 9kHz shelving
Bass +/-12dB at 160Hz shelving
|Maximum Levels (RMS)||Line/Headphone outs: 1.0 watt at 100 ohms|
|Impedance||Line/Headphone outs: 32 ohms|
|External, DC, universal switching type
100-240 volts, 50/60Hz, 30VA
18-24 VDC, 0.5 amp
|Dimensions||10.75" (273 mm) wide x 5.6" (142.2 mm) deep;
2.25" (57.5 mm) high
|Weight||3.4 lb (1.54 kg)|
|Options||MT-1 (discontinued) or MT-1a Mic Stand Mount (uses 6-32 1/4-inch screws)
EB-1 Extension Bracket
MT-X Expansion Box
PS-120 Power Supply