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Allen & Heath Xone:4D

4+ Channel Mixer from Allen & Heath belonging to the Xone series.

Allen & Heath has selected the forthcoming Sound Recording Technology (SRT) show — part of the London International Music Show (LIMS) — to unveil the new Xone:4D performance DJ controller.


Evolved from the Xone:3D, the Xone:4D has an enhanced feature set, combining a professional analogue DJ mixer with 105 MIDI controls, and a new high-end 96 kHz/24bit 20-channel USB 2.0 soundcard.

The mixer section is based on the Xone:92 and features 4 triple-input stereo channels (soundcard, phono and line), 3 band total kill EQ, 2 stereo effects sends, 2 analogue VCF filters with LFO, VCA crossfader and dual-rail channel faders, DJ mic and cue monitoring system.

For the assignable LFO, a new editable step-filter function has been developed. Each MIDI fader becomes a filter cut-off frequency, enabling users to "draw" their own tempo-locked LFO waveform.

There is also a new 16-bit tempo detecting circuit, which constantly monitors the BPM and outputs a MIDI clock to help synchronize MIDI-controlled music replay software with external source programme material.

For more information, visit their web site at www.allen-heath.com.
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