SPL MixDream XP

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High quality analog summation

The MixDream XP is exclusively for the high-quality summation of 16 to 2 channels. Without the elaborate insertions and processing steps of the big brother, the price and the space requirement (1 UU) are considerably reduced while the summing stages are identical. The fully discrete signal paths of the active summator run in Class A mode at 60V operating voltage. The maximum output voltage of +27 dBu as well as a noise voltage of -97 dB results in a dynamics gain of 124 dB.

The operating functions provide a mono circuit for all eight channel pairs, the output level can be processed either 1: 1 (unity gain) or adjusted via the output controller become. Two eight-channel SubD25 sockets are used as inputs, the parallel-connected master and monitor outputs, as well as the expansion output, are designed as XLR sockets.

  • Size 19 "rack format with only one RU
  • High-quality design with Class-A / 60V stages for the analog, active summation in the quality of the best analogue consoles
  • Summation of all analog tracks before A / D conversion
  • Latency-free listening
  • Channel number can be expanded as required by additional units
  • Own differential amplifiers for each input
available since June 2005
Item number 183003
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Simultaneous channels 16
Mic-In 0
Mono Line-in 16
Stereo-In 8
Hi-Z Input 0
Phantom Power No
Master Out XLR
Aux Ways 0
max. Pre Aux Channels 0
PC Interface No
Interface Input 0
Interface Output 0
Multitrack-Recording No
USB/SD Direct Recording No
Rec Out (Analog) Yes
Low Cut No
Inserts No
Direct Out No
Parametric EQ No
Compressor No
Panorama No
PFL No
FX Processor 0
USB Playback No
Bluetooth Playback No
Lamp connection No
Footswitch No
Bag No
Matrixmixer No
Zones 0
19" Rackmount Yes
110V capable Yes
Width 482 mm
Depth 237 mm
Height 44 mm
Weight 3,55 kg
Rackmount Yes
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SPL MixDream XP
cika_zoki 19.08.2020
Great toy for those who want that anlog solid sound. But is not so cheap. You can add 2 more units for pro usage. From recent usage my unit has gone to heaven :*( But I believe that it could be fixed. :) I think that I need proper fuse to change... If someone have proper fuse, I will happy to use my DreamMixer again! :)
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Mixing engineer and producer Josh Goodwin, who works with artists like Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber, still uses the sum
Holocene 23.09.2021
Specially designed 60 volt operational amplifiers deliver a very clear, neutral, stereo sound without coloration, there are no transformers at the output, no vacuum tubes, but there is 125 db dynamic range, this is the cleanest combiner in the world, mixing engineer and producer Josh Goodwin, who works with artists like Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber, still uses the summing mixer SPL MixDream. SPL MixDream is the older brother of SPL Mixdream XP, there is no difference in sound between mixdreams and mixdreams XP
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No nonsense mixer
Guildner 02.06.2020
This summing mixer is great. Using this with SPL Madison I feel it gives a bit of that console sound that is lacking with summing in the box. Things gel together better. Very happy camper here!
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Dichtes und homogenes Klangbild
Viktor aus M. 26.11.2014
Betreibe den Mixdream XP z.Zeit auf 8 Kanälen. Das Signal kommt aus der DAW über eine RME HDSP 9632 ADAT in den Wandler RME ADI 8 DS MKIII und von dort in den Summierer. Werde in Zukunft auf 16 Kanäle erweitern. Ich muss schon sagen, der Klangunterschied zum Cubase Stereobus ist eindeutig hörbar, jedenfalls für mich. Der digitale Bus klingt im Vergleich sehr klar, transparent und etwas steril. Ich höre die einzelnen Kanäle so, als ob sie unabhängig voneinander bestehen würden und irgendwie nicht zusammenkommen. Der SPL dagegen "klebt" die Instrumente förmlich zusammen, macht den Mix homogener und gibt ihm Wärme, was am Sättigungs- bzw Kompressionseffekt der analogen Schaltung liegen mag. Ich muss auch anders mixen als über den digitalen Bus, vor alem was die Lautstärke der einzelnen Instrumente betrifft, aber auch Frequenzen. Ich denke, hier spielt auch der DA-Wandler eine grosse Rolle. Das Thema Analog-Summieren wird in der Community ja sehr kontrovers diskutiert, ich kann nur sagen: für mich ist es eine Bereicherung, aber das sollte jeder für sich selbst entscheiden. Ich bin jedenfalls sehr zufrieden mit dem Mixdream, was ich für alle SPL Geräte, die ich besitze, sagen kann.
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