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Alesis MultiMix 6FX Mixer

Alesis Multimix 6FX


Simplest thing that could possibly work.

Use the ¼ inch phone jack (Tip-Sleeve) outputs to the PS1 Powerstand, Channels 1 or 2 if you want to use the presets and the Tone and Level Controls on the R1 Remote


the PS1 Powerstand, Channels 3 or 4 if you prefer to leave Channels 1 and 2 open for other inputs.

Specifically see the outputs marked with green in the image at the bottom of this page.


You can use TS (Tip Sleeve) unbalanced cables, or TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve) balanced cables, but since the ¼ inch phone connections at the Bose Classic and Model I Power Stand are unbalanced there is no particular benefit using balanced cables.

¼ Inch Tip-Sleeve (unbalanced) to ¼ Inch Tip-Sleeve (unbalanced)

Tip-Sleeve to Tip-Sleeve

This should work fine.

¼ Inch Tip-Ring-Sleeve (balanced) to ¼ Inch Tip-Sleeve (unbalanced)

Tip-Ring-Sleeve to Tip-Sleeve

This should work fine.

¼ Inch Tip-Ring-Sleeve (balanced) to ¼ Inch Tip-Ring-Sleeve (balanced)

Tip-Ring-Sleeve to Tip-Ring-Sleeve

This should also work, but likely no better than a simple ¼ Inch Tip-Sleeve to Tip-Sleeve cable. This is because the ¼ Inch input on the Bose System is Tip-Sleeve (unbalanced) anyway.


Excerpts from the manual

  • Outputs (page 17)


  • Output specifications (page 29)