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A&H will unveil a new portable model based on the ZED-10FX at Prolight + Sound 2012.

Allen & Heath is set to launch the ZED60–10FX, a mixer based on the ZED-10FX, but with 60mm faders.

 

The portable mixer is suited for solo artists and small bands and it will be unveiled for the first time at Prolight + Sound 2012. Two of the four mono channels have high impedance jack inputs that can take a normal line level or a low level input from a guitar pickup, so guitars can be plugged straight into the mixer without the need for DI boxes, the company says.

 

Two stereo inputs are provided for MP3/CD players or keyboards and the mixer is equipped with configurable USB audio in/out to capture a stereo recording, XLR main stereo outputs, a flexible monitoring section with headphone and speaker feed outputs and 16 digital effects developed from the manufacturer’s iLive digital mixing system.

 

Also on display will be the recently-released ZED-16FX and ZED-18 models, each with ten mono channels and three or four dual stereo channels respectively.

 

Check out www.allen-heath.com for more details.

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