Alesis MultiMix 8 Line Stereo Line Mixer

1U, 8-channel Stereo Line Mixer with Stereo Effects Bus, Individual Pan and Effects Send Controls, and Clip, Overload, and Output LEDs
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A Compact, Versatile, and Affordable Rack Mixer!

The Alesis MultiMix 8 Line stereo line mixer puts eight channels of convenient mixing into a single rackspace, making it ideal for onstage submixing as well as business and house of worship public address applications. The MultiMix 8 Line features a stereo effects bus, individual pan and effects send controls on each channel, clip and stereo output LED indicators, and easy expandability - connecting two MultiMix 8 Line units gives you 16 stereo input channels from the same mix bus. If you want an easy-to-use, versatile, and compact mixing solution, check out the MultiMix 8 Line!

Alesis MultiMix 8 Line Eight-channel Stereo Line Mixer at a Glance:
  • Flexible and expandable
  • Easy-to-read meters
  • A very versatile unit
Flexible and expandable

MultiMix 8 Line features a mic/line input on channel one and stereo effects send and return. When a mono signal is present on any input or stereo send, the Left signal is automatically summed to mono for mono or stereo compatibility. Connect two MultiMix 8 Line mixers with inexpensive, common TRS cables, and they share the same mix bus for 16 stereo input channels. There is also an effects bus so you can even share the same reverb, compressor, or other effects chain between two linked mixers.

Easy-to-read meters

Keep an eye your mix with simple, intuitive signal clip and overload LEDs for each input and a five-stage LED level indicator at the main output.

A very versatile unit

This generously featured 1U line mixer is at home or on stage as it is in a machine room, and it's priced to fit into any budget. Whether you're a professional musician, an audio contractor, an A/V consultant, or looking for a useful line mixer for your house of worship, MultiMix 8 Line is the tool to get the job done.

Alesis MultiMix 8 Line 8-channel Stereo Line Mixer Features:
  • 8-channel stereo line mixer
  • Microphone/line input on channel one
  • Stereo effects bus which can be shared between two linked units
  • Channel expansion feature for expansion to 16 stereo input channels
  • Individual Pan and Effects Send controls on each channel
  • Signal clip and overload LEDs on each input channel
  • Stereo five-stage LED ladder for output level indication
  • Stereo monitor out
  • Mono input source compatibility for stereo output
  • 1U 19" standard equipment rack size
The Alesis MultiMix 8 Line gives you a handy, compact, and affordable line mixing solution!

Tech Specs

Type Analog
Channels 8
Inputs - Mic Preamps 1 x XLR (CH 1)
Inputs - Line 16 x TRS (CH 1-8)
Inputs - Other 1 x TRS (Main Expand)
Outputs - Main 2 x TRS (Main), 1 x TRS (Stereo Monitor)
Outputs - Other 1 x TRS (Main Expand)
Send/Return I/O 2 x TRS/2 x TRS
Width 19"
Manufacturer Part Number MultiMix 8 Line

Customer Reviews

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The Alesis MultiMix 8 Line

I gave the line mixer a great because of the way it is built. It is heavy enough to be in the tank class. At this point in time I have not had it fired up and that is because of the TRS connectors. Although I explained the output would be coming back to a Numark CM100 mixer which has RCA inputs and the Stanton ST100 which has RCA outputs this didn't seem to sink in. Now I was born in 1925, can't hear, can't see and I committed that sin I assumed from the web pix them connectors were RCA. Be a spell before I get a batch of new cables or figure something else to do.
Music background: Steel Guitar, Jerry Byrd Fry Pan, Home Recording Engineer Hobbyist

Good Utility Mixer

This is a good utility line mixer. There are a few draw backs that keep this from being a 4.5 review, specifically: 1) The line inputs are not balanced. You need to be carefull with your signal grounding. I have had to rework the wiring several times within a 6U portable rack box to minimize the hum. 2) Keep electronic equipment away from the AC line input side of the unit. I am getting a lot of 60Hz hum radiating from the units power supply.
Music background: Live Sound Engineer
See also: Alesis, Alesis Line Mixers