The HM12 is ELT's high output headphone mixer featuring eight mono- and four stereo in- and outputs.
The ELBERG HM12 is a high output headphone mixer featuring eight mono- and four stereo in- and outputs. The mono inputs offer pan control, and the stereo inputs a mono button. The master uncludes a switchable two band EQ. The master volume feeds the jack socket for a headphone. An external power supply delivers the voltage (±37 V) for the HM12.
The rear facilitates the two input- and two linked output sub-D connectors (cables for these are not included). This enables chosen mix channels to be fed to a chain of HM12s, so that each musician can create his or her individual monitor mix. Due to the high supply voltages, the HM12 can make a headphone deliver extremely high sound levels maintaining its transparent and well defined sound throughout. The outputs consist of measured and matched transistors and are short circuit safe.
2 Hz to 56 kHz (-1 dB)
≤0.02% (+20 dBu out)
20 kΩ electronically balancered (all inputs)
+27 dBu into 600 Ohm or greater
+22 dBu into 100 Ohm
±12 dB at 10 kHz and 100 Hz
0 dBu = 0.775 V. All sub-D connectors corresponding to TASCAM-standard.