A&H AES Preview

Allen & Heath to showcase a selection from the iLive digital series and their dedicated broadcast and recording mixers      20/04/10
A&H AES Preview
XB-14

Allen & Heath, will be showcasing a selection of its products from the iLive digital series and its dedicated broadcast and recording mixers at the AES London in May 2010. Here's the press release that they have sent us...
A highlight will be the iDR-16 3U MixRack and iLive-R72 rackmountable control surface, which together provide a space saving, lightweight digital live mixing system, bringing the same power, sonic performance and flexibility of the larger touring iLive systems to a significantly lower price point.
With these additions, the iLive Series now includes a total of 7 Surface and 5 MixRack variants, which can be mixed and matched in any combination, and share the same firmware, so that show files are transferable between systems via a USB key.. Other hardware configurations will be available for demo, with a range of networking options for EtherSound, MADI, ADAT and Aviom.
Also on display will be the XB-14 compact broadcast mixer, designed for a broad range of applications from small radio or internet broadcast studios, to hospital radio, university radio, community radio and larger studios with multiple rooms. The XB-14 is equipped with a wealth of features specifically for broadcasters, including Telco inputs for telephone callers, mic fader open sensing for external connection and internal automatic muting of the speaker outputs, stereo channel start/cue outputs for CD deck transport control, multiple headphone outputs, and an additional stereo bus (Mix B).
Finally, the ZED-R16 dedicated recording mixer will be on show, which combines Firewire with multi-mode MIDI/audio faders, MIDI controls and 'home-studio' routing, enabling the user to build tracks in the studio or record a live gig, mix-down and remix.
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