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Allen & Heath ZEDi-10FX

FireWire/USB/mLan Mixer from Allen & Heath belonging to the ZED series.

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Following the recent launch of the ZEDi-8 hybrid mixer/interface, Allen&Heath has released two more ZEDi models, the ZEDi-10 and ZEDi-10FX.

Designed for recording/gigging artists as well as AV rental and installation companies, these new ZEDi models combine a compact mixer with a 24-bit, 96kHz 4x4 USB interface, enabling multitrack recording and playback to a Mac or PC or to an iOS device (using a Camera Connection Kit). The units also have flexible source routing options to adapt to different workflows, and are bundled with Cubase LE music production software and the Cubasis LE mobile music production app.

The ZEDi-10 and ZEDi-10FX each feature 4 mono channels with separate XLR and TRS jack sockets, one stereo channel and a second stereo input for reverb returns or playback. The mono channels include DI high-impedance circuitry for the jack sockets, allowing guitars to be plugged straight into the mixer without having to use a separate DI boxes.

The ZEDi-10FX also includes an FX system which encompasses multi-FX models, combining reverbs, delays, doublers, chorusing and other modulators to create a dynamic and varied suite of studio quality sound effects.

The new mixers are said to provide optimal sound quality due to the new GSPre preamp design, developed from the GS-R24 studio console, which are announced as able to provide low noise and massive headroom.

The new ZED models also feature 3-band EQ, 60mm smooth travel master mix faders, FX/aux/monitor and headphone outputs, channel monitoring and 48V phantom power. The individual channel PCB construction features nutted pots and a robust internal, universal voltage power supply for extended life in tough environments.

ZEDi-10 features include:

  • 4 in, 4 out USB Audio Interface (24-bit/96kHz)
  • Cubase LE Software included
  • Cubasis LE App included
  • 4 Mic / Line Inputs with separate XLR and TRS jack sockets
  • 2 Stereo Inputs with TRS jack sockets
  • 2 Guitar DI high impedance inputs, eliminating the need for DI boxes
  • Lo-cut filter for cleaning up unwanted low frequency noise
  • 3 band EQ for easy creative and corrective tonal shaping
  • FX out for connecting external effects units

ZED-10FX features include:

  • 4 in, 4 out USB Audio Interface (24-bit/96kHz)
  • Cubase LE Software included
  • Cubasis LE App included
  • 4 Mic / Line Inputs with separate XLR and TRS jack sockets
  • 2 Stereo Inputs with TRS jack sockets
  • 2 Guitar DI high impedance inputs, eliminating the need for DI boxes
  • Lo-cut filter for cleaning up unwanted low frequency noise
  • 3 band EQ for easy creative and corrective tonal shaping
  • FX out for connecting external effects units

No MSRP was announced as of yet. More details at www.allen-heath.com.

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