In addition to what @PJMack said, you will also need to make sure that your external mixer is set correctly to accept the line level from the MX, and that you don't have it set to a mic input or something else that is a non-line level. That is highly likely the source of your distortion as the mixer is expecting a lower level than it is receiving from the MX. If your mixer will only accept a mic input, then you will need to attenuate the line level output of the MX before feeding it in to the mixer.
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