Allen & Heath ZED10FX Mixer
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ZED-10 and ZED-10FX are the smallest mixers ever from Allen & Heath but as you'd expect they are big on features. Part of the USB-equipped live performance, recording and production ZED range the new additions are simple, ultra compact mixers built to a professional standard, which will suit a wide range of applications including solo artists, bands, schools, houses of worship and conference facilities.
They feature two innovative ultra high impedance discrete Class A FET (Field Effect Transistor) inputs, which, like a DI box, allow instruments to be plugged directly into the mixer. They emulate the valve/tube input circuitry commonly found on instrument combos or amps. In addition the ZED-10 can handle up to four microphones and two stereo sources: iPod, CD player etc.
Main stereo outs are on XLR and additional outs include a separate 2-track record, comprehensive monitoring with headphones and separate monitor speaker out. The USB handles both send and return for PC or Mac recording, playback and effects. Equipped with a 3-band swept-mid EQ on mono inputs and a 2-band EQ on the stereo channels, the ZED-10 has a wealth of professional standard features including high gain low noise pre-amps, two aux sends (one pre and one post fade) for monitors and FX, and a separately switched stereo bus, which can be routed to from any channel creating a selective recording bus, monitoring bus or stereo clean feed output.
The ZED-10FX adds a set of premium quality effects derived from Allen & Heath's pro touring digital consoles ranging from classic reverbs and cascaded delay plus reverbs to shimmering flanger and chorus effects.
'Not only are the ZED mini mixers versatile for such a small console but they also offer Allen & Heath's top rate professional quality in both construction and sound. The vertical board construction and internal universal PSU are unique in products at this price point, putting the ZED-10's in a truly professional class of their own, commented designer, Mike Griffin.