Aviom Personal Mixer System A-16D PRO + A-16II in good condition.
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.Designed for use in live performance or in the studio, the A-16II Personal Mixer gives each performer control over channel volume, grouping, pan, stereo spread, as well as master volume and tone. Every Personal Mixer in a system can create a unique monitor mix for a performer. Users can save and recall up to sixteen custom mixes as presets in their Personal Mixer.
Stereo Output for Wired or Wireless IEMs
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.
Power Over Cat-5
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.