What is Mix Mode?

Date Updated: September 13, 2017 FAQ #4617
Question:
What is Mix Mode? It is a feature of some Shure PSM systems.
Answer:


If your Shure PSM system has a stereo transmitter (only the PSM200 was monaural), there are two inputs on the transmitter.  Let's call them Input A and Input B.
Mix Mode is selected on your PSM receiver pack.  (Refer to your PSM User Guide for instructions on selecting Mix Mode on your receiver.)  Mix Mode allows you to hear Input A in both ears; Input B in both ears; and vary the loudness between the two Inputs.
As an example: Input A is vocals only; Input B is instruments only.  When using Mix Mode, you can hear more of Input A and less of Input B (and vice versa) by adjusting your PSM receiver.  Your Mix Mode adjustment has no effect on the other musicians also using Mix Mode.  They can select whatever blend of Input A and Input B they prefer.