11037 kr incl VAT
All discrete 8×2 Mixer Module for the Sweet 10 rack
Only for slot 9 of the Purple Audio Sweet Ten.
The Moiyn is an incredible 500 Series module that can turn your Sweet
Ten rack into an 8×2 mixer. While using this feature, you are even
still able to use each of the first 8 module’s outputs like you normally
would, with their own outputs into your DAW or Tape machine. You can
set up the Moiyn 8×2 mixer module in 4 easy steps.
Simply add any 500 Series modules to slots 1-8 of your Sweet Ten
Make sure that the Moiyn is placed in slot 9 of the rack
You can then assign each module (in 1-8) to either of the 2 outputs by using the buttons on the front of your Moiyn
Finally, use the rotary knob to adjust output volume to your liking!
Our custom hexifiliar output transformers provide
two stereo transformer isolated outputs. One pair of outputs appears on
the two output XLRs for slot 9. The Moiyn has internal jumpers to feed
the second pair of outputs to slot 10. With the jumpers enabled, you can
feed a Cans headphone amp in slot 10 automatically, without patching
any cables in the back. Because of the Cans’ bridging transformer
inputs, the pair of input XLRs on slot 10 can also be used as a second
set of stereo outputs (with the input of the Cans multed to that
The inputs for slot 9 (XLR IN/OPT IN) serves as a stereo input to the
Moiyn mix buss for cascading multiple mixers. As an example: take one
Sweet Ten with a Moiyn to do your drum submix and cascade that into a
second Sweet Ten with a Moiyn for your whole mix. That’s a fully
discrete 16 channel summing mixer in 6 RU, and you can pick almost any
combination of 500 modules as the channel modules.
The front panel of the Moiyn has two columns of eight illuminated
push buttons, for left and right assign for each channel. Tricolor LEDs
on either side of the slot 8 assigns show the mixbuss signal level.
Below is a high quality 2-buss rotary master fader. The audio signal
path of the Moiyn uses the same discrete opamps found in our other
modules. The Moiyn uses two KDJ3 opamps and two KDJ4 opamps.
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