ME-1 is probably the most sophisticated personal mixer on the market, giving precision control over up to 40 channels to satisfy the most demanding ears.
- 40 Inputs with level and pan control
- Dimmable OLED screen
- 16 Assignable keys
- 3.5mm and 1/4” headphone outputs
- Master 3 band EQ and Limiter
- Solo and Mute keys
- Aux Input for MP3 players, click tracks etc
- Built-in signal generator
- Mic stand bracket and headphone hanger included
- Mains or PoE powered
- Daisy chain or use standard PoE Ethernet hubs
16 Backlit Keys
Each key is assignable to a single mono or stereo source (e.g. bass guitar) or to a group of sources (e.g. the whole drumkit).
16 User Presets
Levels, pan, mutes and key assignments can all be stored and recalled at the touch of a button. Presets can also be stored to USB and recalled on any ME-1 unit.
Sources can be grouped within the ME-1, so each performer can use different groups without consuming buses on the main console.
ME-1 can display custom names for all channels and groups. ME-1s connected to a dLive or SQ mixer automatically pick up names from the console.
Built-in Ambient Mic
The ambient mic keeps performers in touch with the stage sound and lets them hear the audience and communicate with each other without needing to pull out their ear pieces.
Which ME is right for ME?
Although superficially similar, ME-1 and ME-500 are quite different solutions for different types of users and scenarios. For resident artists (such as a broadcast house band or church praise band), shows with high channel counts and plenty of rehearsal time, ME-1 allows the engineer to configure each unit to perfectly reflect each artist’s tastes and needs. For budget-conscious or low channel count applications, or for more impromptu scenarios where the engineer and artists have very limited soundcheck time (festivals being the typical example), ME-500 is a great solution for getting the show up and running with minimum fuss.
ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be directly connected to any available ME, SLink, dSnake or Monitor port in an Allen & Heath digital mixing system. Multiple ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be daisy-chained with all mixers powered via external PSU.
The ME-U hub can be connected to any available ME, SLink, dSnake or Monitor port in an Allen & Heath digital mixing system. ME-1 and ME-500 mixers connected directly to the ME-U are powered via PoE. Additional ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be daisy-chained and powered via external PSU. Multiple ME-U hubs can be daisy-chained together if more than 10 ports are required.
ME 3rd Party Options
The ME-U hub can be fitted with a Dante or MADI option card enabling the connection of 3rd party digital mixing systems.
ME-1 and ME-500 mixers connected directly to the ME-U are powered via PoE. Additional ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be daisy-chained and powered via external PSU. Multiple ME-U hubs can be daisy-chained together if more than 10 ports are required.
ME-1 and ME-500 can be used as drop-in replacements for older AVIOM® A-16ii units.
DiGiCo and ME
The DMI-ME option card enables selected DiGiCo consoles to send up to 40 channels to a ME system. See the DiGiCo website for more details.
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ImportantAllen & Heath + macOS Mojave
In anticipation of the launch of Apple’s latest update to macOS, Mojave, please note the following:
The correct operation of the full, public release of this platform is not yet verified by our development and test departments.
As a result, support for macOS Mojave is not currently offered for this product.
Full software testing and verification will commence following the official launch by Apple. As our test programmes are completed we will update this notice.
This is the factory ME config that is pre-loaded in the ME-1 to give you a starting point for configuring your own setup. It is provided here for you to restore a ME-1 to the original default state as shipped. Details of this and the 4 included presets are to be found in section 3 of the ME-1 user guide.
Please click here for the factory config.
ME-1 V1.15 maintenance release
Please read the Release Notes and firmware update instructions before downloading the firmware.
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ME-1 Knowledgebase Articles
- ME-1. Hard Reset
- Connecting ME-1 to iLive
- Can I connect an ME-1 to Port A on a fixed format iDR MixRack?
- Can I run dSNAKE through a network switch?
- ME-1 compatibility with a third party switch
- ME System. Replacement Box
- ME-1. Replacement Parts
- Recommended Peripheral Hardware Devices (USB Memory)
- What are the specifications of ME-1?
- How many signals / audio channels can I access and mix?
- How many ME-1 can I link together?
- How is ME-1 powered?
- How do I copy settings to other ME-1 units?
- Does it come with the headphone hanger?
- Does it come with mounting brackets?
- Does it come with cable? What cable can I use?
- ME-1. Can I use a standard Ethernet switch?
- ME-1. Can I connect to other audio protocols?
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