[NAMM] Behringer X18 mixer with iPad dock
Behringer hits the iPad mixing market with the new X18 compact unit that is introduced this weekend at the NAMM Show 2014.
The X18 is a 18-input ultra compact mixer that requires an iPad in order to control the channel strips.
The device includes 16 programable MIDAS mic preamps, 18 inputs in total, 6 aux and main L/R busses with dynamic processors, 6-band parametric and 31-band graphic EQs ; 6 TRS aux sends, 2 XLR main outputs, headphone out and RCA stereo outputs, as well as a 18x18 USB audio interface to record directly to the iPad or computer. MIDI input and output are also available, as well as a WiFi module for remote control.
On the software side, the X18 offers a 4 slot stereo virtual effect rack with classic gear emulations (Lexicon 480L, PCM70, EMT250, Quantec QRS) as well as a 100-band real time analyzer for all the channels and EQs.
The X18 ships with iOS and Mac/PC remote control apps and supports the Behringer P-16 personal monitoring system thanks to the Ultranet connectivity.
More info about the X18 at www.behringer.com.
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