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myVolts mickXer - 5-way Passive Mixer with Noise Filtering (Console Black)
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The myVolts mickXer is a 5-way passive mixer with five stereo input channels and one stereo output channel, each with a 1/8" (3.5mm) connection. It gives a high-quality, balanced, noise-reduced output, suitable for recording or live setups.

With the mickXer, you can mix five stereo inputs down to one stereo output. You can, of course, just use just one, two, three or four of the inputs in any configuration that suits your setup.

Please note that the mickXer is not intended as a standalone device and should be connected to either a recorder or amplification device, such as an amp, speakers, or powered headphones.

  • mickXer works great with any music gear: Korg Volcas, Roland Boutiques, Teenage Engineering Pocket Operators and thousands more
  • mickXer contains noise filtering technology, removing irritating ground loop hums and other noises. It’s the perfect accessory if you experience any noise using the myVolts Korg Volca 5-way power splitter or myVolts Roland Boutique 5-way power splitter
  • mickXer is fully passive, so doesn’t need a power supply, or batteries
  • Microsuction feet let mickXer stick securely but impermanently to almost any surface, while allowing it to be moved and restuck to any surface without leaving any stickiness or residue behind.
  • Multiple mickXers can be daisy chained, so the possibilities for the ingenuitive desktop musician are limitless
  • mickXer will also work as an audio signal splitter, but do be aware that amplification is required to drive headphones
  • mickXer is fully safety and quality tested: it’s CE-certified, RoHS-certified, FCC-certified, EMC-tested
  • mickXer comes in two colours – Console Black or Go-Faster Red

Type: Analogue
Channels: 5
Inputs - Line: 5 x 1/8" (3.5mm) TRS, Stereo
Outputs - Main: 1 x 1/8" (3.5mm) TRS, Stereo
Height: 2.3cm
Width: 10.5cm
Depth: 44cm
Weight: 0.067Kg (67g)
Manufacturer Part Numbers: MICKV1RED, MICKV1BLK
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Google " AU-401 " For good quality, inexpensive headphone amp.
Use a Ripcoard, to power the headphone amp, or make your own battery pack for it.
by anonymous on 2021-01-16
Hi,

Could you let me know your order number and I will help out.

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by lukeod on 2020-12-29

Hi,

Yes, you certainly can and thanks for checking with us.


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by Scott MyVolts on 2020-12-08
Hi,

Could you let me know your order number and I will check it out for you.

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by lukeod on 2020-11-11

Hi,

Yes we ship to Canada, I will get our team to into the availability for the MickXer on Amz.ca.

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by Scott MyVolts on 2020-11-06

Hi there,

I'm afraid we don't have a USB power solution suitable for your device. The Elektron overhub requires 3A which is more than our Ripcord can provide.

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by Lou on 2020-09-07

Hi there,

I'm afraid we don't ship to Mexico directly.

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by Lou on 2020-07-27
It is more likely that the input on your amp is mono. If you hear it in both ears on headphones, but only one ear on your amp, then your amp is mono (which is typical of guitar/bass/keyboard amps). And this device is passive (not powered) so the volume will be lowered.
by anonymous on 2021-01-10

Hello,

I'm sorry to hear you're having issues with your purchase! Send your details to lou AT myvolts DOT com and I will help you out!

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by Lou on 2020-01-30

Hey there,

Yes, it should work!

To avoid any noise, be sure to pay attention to the power supply you're using on the amp!

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by Lou on 2020-07-24

Hi there,

It depends on the speaker but it certainly should be loud enough

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by Lou on 2020-05-29

Hi there,

The mickXer does cause some volume drop, the audio should be amplified again!

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by Lou on 2020-02-28
I think the issue here is the stereo 3.5 cable. Since most of the Volcas are mono the stereo cable mix lowers the volume. I had the same effect when i was trying to mix with a behringer mixer. Mono cables solved the problem.
I hope this helps.
by anonymous on 2020-08-12

Hey there,

Could you send an image of the tip off your power supply? Send you image to lou AT myvolts DOT com, I'll see if we have a tip suitable

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by Lou on 2020-05-08

Hi,

I am sure that we will have something to suit, drop me an email to lou AT myvolts DOT com and I will make a recommendation.

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by Lou on 2020-02-28

Hi there,

Our description: "Please note that the mickXer is not intended as a standalone device and should be connected to either a recorder or amplification device, such as an amp, speakers, or powered headphones"

The mickXer causes some volume drop and, therefore, the audio should be amplified again.

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by Lou on 2020-02-25

Hello,

Yes, we do! If you're looking for an EU plug, order from myvolts.fr

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by Lou on 2020-01-06

Hello,

Standard shipping is 5.99 to Spain.

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by Lou on 2019-12-18

Hey Marco - It should be fine for your use, but how about you test it for me, let me know?

Drop me a mail to caroline AT myvolts DOT com with your address and I'll send you a free one!

Best

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by caroline on 2019-11-27

Hey there,

The mickXer won't sum the channels. 
If you input a mono signal, this will travel through the left channel and will be outputed to the left channel as well.
Meaning, in terms of channels, the signal is not modified in any way.

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by Lou on 2019-11-22

Hello,

Yes, it can! We tested a scenario with two volcas. One with an amplifier on it's output connected to the mickXer and one directly to the mickXer.
This worked quite well. Not 100% balanced but since most devices have master volume control, it shouldn't be a problem.

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by Lou on 2019-11-04

Hello!

You can! As long as the input sound sources are 3.5mm and the output goes to powered amplification (amp, speakers, headphones) you're good to go!

Here's a link to the mickXer which has an information section on the device:

myVolts mickXer - 5-way Passive Mixer with Noise Filtering (Go-Faster Red)

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by Lou on 2019-11-04

Hi Holger,

Yes the MickXer is a passive mixer and it will remove the noise from your set up.

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by Scott MyVolts on 2019-09-19