The surprisingly small size and lightweight of the LS9-16 make it a perfect choice for applications that require maximum portability and handling ease. Use it for events or temporary live sound set-ups, and benefit from the power and performance of much larger and more complex systems in an eminently portable package that can be set up and operated anywhere with ease. The LS9 comes with 16 input channels and 6 output channels for monitor mixes as standard. Our LS9 has the optional 16 channel ADAT I/O card fitted which when used with our 2 Behringer ADA8000 A/D, D/A converters, means we can accommodate 32 input channels and 12 monitor mixes.
The LS9 can be controlled via an iPad so the desk can stay by the band, this means we can set up very quickly and not take up valuable room at the back of the venue.
16 top-performance recallable head amplifiers deliver microphone and line sources with extraordinary presence and realism.
An additional 16 channels of processing power ready to receive audio via the Mini-YGDAI expansion slot, providing a total of 32 channels!
4 stereo input channels used for the 4 built in SPX 2000’s.
Virtual GEQ and effect rack offers easy access to built-in graphic equalization and effects that would fill a full-size rack or two if similar analogue gear were used.
Built-in USB memory recorder/player eliminates the need for an external device for simple off-board recording or supplying background music and sound effects as required.
Full-console scene store and recall, ideal for multi band set up!
Compressor, Gate, Limiter, De-esser and DeNoiser on every input/output
Full-feature input channels 1 through 16 feature an attenuator, four -band parametric EQ, dynamics processor, delay, and can be assigned to aux sends 1 through 4 and effect sends 1 and 2. Simplified input channels 17 through 24 feature an attenuator, two-band parametric EQ, and can be assigned to aux 1 and 2 and effects sends 1 and 2.
Input delays can be used for microphone-placement compensation, while output delays can be used for delay-compensation in multi-speaker systems.
The 01V provides a total of 24 inputs: 12 mono input channels (1 through 12), 2 stereo input channels (13/14 and 15/16), and 8 extra inputs (17 through 24) by means of the MY8AD24 Option I/O card fitted. The four aux sends can be assigned to the analogue OMNI Outs and Option I/O digital outputs. The Effect 1 and 2 buses feed the onboard stereo multi-effects processors, whose signals are returned via effects returns 1 and 2, which feature four-band parametric EQ. Input channels 1 through 12 feature balanced XLR and 1/4" jack connections, with switchable phantom powering. Input channels 13 through 16 feature 1/4" jack connections. Input channels 17 through 24 are accessed via an Option I/O card.
Alesis MultiMix 8FX 8 channel mixing desk
Behringer Eurorack MX602A
6 channel mixing desk
The Qu-24 is a 24 input console with a fader count of 25 (including one fixed master). There are 24 mono inputs on the back panel with on–board preamps, plus a further three stereo input pairs and a stereo USB playback facility. Despite its compact size the Qu-24 manages to house a full local complement of inputs and outputs on the back panel (there are no fewer than 24 analogue outputs on this thing!). A comprehensive complement of DSP including EQ, dynamics and effects is controlled by a combination of top-panel controls and the LCD touchscreen, and mix control is enhanced by sub–groups and a matrix facility. The Qu-24 offers moving faders for total recall, four effects processors, USB audio streaming of 32 tracks direct to PC or Mac based DAWs, an integrated direct–to–drive 18–track QuDrive recorder, and it is fully compatible with Allen & Heath’s dSnake and ME1 personal monitor system, both of which can be programmed from the desk . As if all this isn’t enough, you can also control all the monitor mixes over a Wi-Fi connection using the Qu-You monitor app whilst the front of house can be mixed from an iPad using the Qu-Pad app meaning the desk can stay out of the way whilst the engineer still has control of the mix.
24 AnalogiQ total-recall preamps integrated with DSP for optimum transparency and gain accuracy.
Color touchscreen and dedicated data encoder give you quick and easy access to all settings.
Key processing tools are presented clearly on the SuperStrip, with one function per physical control.
25 automated, motorized ALPS faders (24 arranged over two layers).
Four groups give you subgrouping flexibility to LR for level masters and/or processing.
Total recall lets you save and recall scenes (snapshots) at the press of a button.
Onboard studio-grade dynamics and FX algorithms derived A&H's iLive pro touring series.
Built-in interface streams multitrack audio to/from your Mac (OSX class-compliant).
Plug-and-play with any DAW supporting Core Audio, including Logic, Cubase, Reaper, and Pro Tools.
Qu-Drive delivers 18 channels of 48kHz/24bit recording/playback to/from a USB hard drive.
Five dedicated cores of high efficiency ARM processing provide state-of-the-art processing.
Qu-Pad app frees you to tweak monitors and PA from your iPad, onstage or around the venue.
Qu-You app allows musicians to control their own mix from their iPad or iPhone.
Fully compatible with A&H's ME Personal Mixing System.
dSNAKE port lets you connect to a remote AR2412 or AR84 Stagebox via Cat 5e digital snake.
Matrix adds 2 further stereo outputs equipped with full processing to the console's extensive I/O.