NAMM News In November

Allen & Heath to launch analogue and digital products at NAMM show      27/11/09
NAMM News In November


Blimey! It's still a month before Christmas and Allen & Heath are already telling us about what they are will be doing at the NAMM show in January. Here's their press release...
Allen & Heath has selected the forthcoming NAMM show for the global launch of new products from the iLive digital mixing series and the entry-level ZED compact USB range. Exhibited on the American Music & Sound stand, the new products will be unveiled on the first day of the show.
It will also be the first showing outside of the UK of the new Xone:DX, a Plug'n'Play DJ controller launched at the BPM show in the UK in October. The result of close collaboration between Allen & Heath and Serato Audio Research, the DX is another development in Allen & Heath's Xone:D range of controllers, featuring a 20-channel USB soundcard and total integration of the brand new 4-deck Serato ITCH software.
Boasting the ability to send up to 168 individual MIDI control messages, a 20-channel 96kHz/24-bit USB 2.0 soundcard, two dual layer deck simulators, and RIAA/phono inputs for external decks, as well as the central 4 channel mixer section which directly manipulates the DSP mixing within the computer, the Xone:DX is the most versatile hi-spec professional DJ controller to date. A full version of the new Serato ITCH software is supplied with the DX, providing unique 4-deck control, and a comprehensive set of digital DJ FX, as well as looping and time-stretching.
Also on display will be various members of the iLive family, the ZED range of USB mixers, the MixWizard multi-purpose range, and other models in the Xone series, including the Xone:4D, which will be demonstrated by a roster of celebrity guest DJs.
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