Purple Audio Moiyn 500 Series 8-Channel Summing Mixer  From Purple

500 Series 8-Channel Summing Mixer to use exclusively with Purple's Sweet Ten 10-Slot 500 Series Rack

Purple Audio

$775.00

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Manufacturer's Description from Purple

An all-discrete 8 channel summing amp. Only for the Purple Audio Sweet Ten.
 
The Moiyn makes the Sweet Ten into a 8×2 mixer.
 
The Moiyn only works in slot 9 of the Purple Audio Sweet Ten rack.
 
With the Moiyn installed into slot 9 of the Sweet Ten, slots 1 through 8 become input modules to the Moiyn. Because of the Moiyn’s differential summing input amplifiers, any standard module can be used in slot 1 through 8 with minimal loading, and without unbalancing their outputs. This means that even while you use the Moiyn to sum the outputs of the modules in slots 1 through 8, you can still take the slot 1 through 8 output XLRs to your DAW or tape machine.
 
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 output).
 
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.
 

Features:

  • Discrete signal path (2 KDJ3 – Summing Amplifiers, 2 KDJ4 Output Amplifiers]
  • Differential Summing Amplifier
  • 15K drop on resisters
  • Stereo Balanced Inject
  • 8 Input Left/Right Assignable
  • Current consumption: 90mA
  • Discrete signal path
  • Over Current Resettable Fused (prevents any module problem from affecting your rack
  • ROHS – Lead Free
Purple Audio

About Manufacturer

Purple Audio was founded by Andrew Roberts in 1997.

While attending NYU’s music technology program in 1994 Andrew bought, sold and repaired recording equipment from a dorm room on the college campus.

In the fall of 1996, Andrew was introduced to John Klett who invited him to join a new repair shop in midtown Manhattan. This shop, dubbed Tech Mecca, was the new location for Manhattan Audio, a large repair facility and wiring company and Klett’s new midtown home.  Andrew apprenticed under Klett and began repair on high-end audio gear.

By the fall of 1997 Purple had introduced the MC76. Soon after Purple Audio’s inaugural AES show Purple needed more space, the operation was moved to a loft in Long Island City, Queens. This large space provided overflow space for Tech Mecca’s large projects.

Purple Audio spent the late 90s and early 00s shipping the MC76 and getting involved in console and tape machine rebuild projects. Andrew studied analog circuit and logic design, seeing it in practice during field service calls to major studios in the area.  While sales of the MC76 started to drop off as a result of a new competitor’s ad campaign, which in turn brought increased awareness of the MC76 product and user comments proved that the Purple Audio product was clearly superior.  Distribution was finally achieved and Purple Audio began selling direct and through select dealers.

Then began a long process in console design. Andrew designed a couple of large master sections, which were retrofitted into existing consoles. The master sections went through several design revisions before the Super 8 modules were designed. The process resulted in op amps and a mic preamp design that later became the Biz. Eventually Purple delivered 16 channel portable rigs and a 32 channel full-blown console.

In 2006 the bold move was made.  Purple Audio uprooted its operations in New York and shifted focus to a new location in Pennsylvania.   Andrew settled in the quaint little river town of Jim Thorpe Pennsylvania, where he began restoration of a 1850’s Victorian home.  Just a short drive from his new residence Purple’s new location was up and running in a 1000 sq ft. industrial complex in Weissport PA. The shop in New York still exists and is the home of Coral Sound, Exile Studios, Technical Audio, & Eisen Audio.

Upon his move to Weissport, PA in 2006 Andrew was now freed from the distractions of New York, Exile, and repair work. This allowed him to focus on the design work he had anxiously been working toward for years.  With that came the completion of the new Purple Audio products in 2007 : the Action, Cans, Pants, Sweet Ten ready for the AES show with actual production the first few months of 2008.

In 2011 Purple Audio once again upgraded its facilities and purchased a historic fire company in Jim Thorpe PA, called the “Marion Hose”.

Located just blocks away from Andrews residence in Historic Jim Thorpe PA.  The Building was sold to Purple Audio by the Mauch Chunk Historical Society.  An entire year was devoted to the gutting and refitting of the new Purple manufacturing facility.  While respecting the original historic architeture the exterior remains intact and historically correct while the interior reflects a NYC style loft with a hi-tech organic flare.   The second floor is primarily for design and manufacture, and an area designated for an artist lounge, kitchen, bath and views.  More to come on that.

Specifications

Moiyn Pinout (Main Slot Connector)

  • Pin 1: Chassis Ground
  • Pin 2: Output Left +
  • Pin 3: Output Right +
  • Pin 4: Output Left -
  • Pin 5: Audio Ground
  • Pin 6: Output Right -
  • Pin 7: Inject R -
  • Pin 8: Inject L -
  • Pin 9: Inject R +
  • Pin 10: Inject L+
  • Pin 11: NC
  • Pin 12: +15 or 16VDC 90ma
  • Pin 13: Audio Ground
  • Pin 14: -15 or 16VDC 90ma
  • Pin 15: NC (+48VDC)

Moiyn Pinout (Second Slot Connector)

  • Pin 1: Channel 1 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 2: Channel 2 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 3: Channel 3 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 4: Channel 4 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 5: Audio Ground
  • Pin 6: Channel 5 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 7: Channel 6 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 8: Channel 7 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 9: Channel 8 + TOP/-BOTTOM
  • Pin 10: Link to Slot 10 + TOP/-BOTTOM (jumperable)
  • Pin 11: Link to Slot 10 + TOP/-BOTTOM (jumperable)
  • Pin 12: NC
  • Pin 13: NC
  • Pin 14: NC
  • Pin 15: NC