ALLEN & HEATH ZED 428 Live mixing κονσόλα ήχου (μικροφωνική), με 24 εισόδους για μικρόφωνα (mic) ή line 4 stereo inputs, 6 aux, 4 sub groups, USB port για ηχογραφήσεις σε υπολογιστή.

24 mono channels2 dual stereo inputs with 4-band EQNeutrik mic XLRNeutrik 1/4 inch jacksChannel insertSuper wide gain ‘DuoPre’ mic line input4-band EQ with 2 swept mids and in/out switchIlluminated muteSound image panIlluminated PFL & peak warning indicatorALPS 100mm faders6 auxiliary sends (2 pre, 2 post, 2 pre/post)4 sub groups fed from each channelAll inputs with level control12 bar metersL, R and M main mix outputs2 matrix sections available; can send output to USBIndividual channel 48V phantom powerDirect output on every mono channelPeak and signal indication on every channelConfigurable USB stereo audio in/outMaster level controls on all outputsEasy to use layout – all connections and controls on top surfaceUSB audio flexibilityGetting audio to and from a computer easily is now a common requirement for live sound and music production. The way this has been implemented on ZED is super-flexible and super-easy! No longer do you need to fiddle around the back of your PC to get to the soundcard inputs, only to find that the levels are all wrong and noisy. Just plug in a USB lead to your ZED, select the USB routing on the mixer and the device on your computer and that's it! CD quality audio to and from your PC or Mac. Switches and connection through jack socket terminals provide different send/return configurations:-Send options:1) Main Mix Left + Right (Post-fade)2) Main Mix Left + Right (Pre-Fade)3) Auxes 1-24) Auxes 5-65) Matrix 1-2Return options:1) To Playback input2) To Stereo 3 channelMusiQZED-428 has a tuned 4-band EQ taken from the acclaimed GL2200 mixer, utilising MusiQ – with optimised slope (or Q factor) for equalising individual instruments.DuoPre™Based on the proven pre-amps from the hugely successful PA series, ZED-428 has DuoPre pre-amps, which use a two stage design, with carefully controlled amounts of gain in each stage. When amplifying the signal from the XLR input, the gain range is huge - 69dB of range to be exact - and is very evenly distributed around the gain control, meaning better control of signal level. Most of the gain comes from the first stage, so unwanted noise is kept to a minimum. Line level signals are simply plugged into the second stage of the pre-amp by using the line input jack socket, which has the great advantage of less noise when using the line input and also matching to a higher input impedance.