Aux Level definition

FAQ #2880 Updated October 27, 2008

Question:

I recently have been studying the 200M mixer and I am confused about one of the outputs being "aux level". I have been all over Shure's website hoping to get a clarification of what is meant by "aux level" output but I am not getting the information I need. I understand what "mic level" output is and I understand what "line level" output is on other Shure mixers, but what is an "aux level" output on the 200M? How is it measured?

Answer:

Aux is short for Auxiliary. An Aux level output is typically: unbalanced; a nominal level of -10dBV (0.1 volt); designed to feed an input with an impedance of 10,000 ohms or greater. As an example, an Aux output might feed a tape recorder input.

An Aux Level input typically accepts a signal from a tape recorder output, CD player output, VCR audio output, etc.

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