This eight-channel automatic mixer features the Shure patented IntelliMix®, which activates only microphones being addressed, minimizing poor audio caused by multiple open microphones.
The SCM810 is designed specifically for installed sound applications.
Features include adjustable EQ per channel, 48 V phantom power, active balanced microphone - or line-level inputs, line-level outputs, highly RF resistant chassis and circuitry, complete logic control of microphone activation, linking capacity for up to 400 microphones, with an internal power supply. 120/230 Vac power.
- Eight balanced mic-line input channels (Phoenix block connectors)
- One unbalanced 1/4" aux level input
- Eight unbalanced 1/4" direct line level outputs
- One balanced master line level output (Phoenix block connector)
- Selectable 46V phantom power per channel
- Level selectable peak output limiter
- Full rack width (single rack height)
XLR to Phoenix Euro Block Connector Wiring and Jumper Cable
Wiring: XLR pin 1 to Euro Block Ground and Cable Shield XLR pin 2 to Euro Block Positive ...
Mute All or Unmute All from any Microphone
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Is an automatic mixer faster than a human operator?
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SCM810, SCM800, SCM410, FP410 link jack pin-outs and cable info
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SCM810 and SCM800 AUX Input Connectors
The "AUX" inputs on both the front and rear panels of the SCM810 are designed for li...
SCM810 input gain restoration
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