From community radio stations to national TV channels, Allen & Heath mixers are hard at work in broadcast applications across the globe. We’re particularly proud that our mixers have played a small part in bringing the action from major international sporting events into the homes of millions of viewers and listeners.
|dLive S5000||1||28 faders, twin screen control surface||Download|
|dLive S3000||1||20 faders, single screen control surface||Download|
|dLive DM32||2||32 in, 16 out MixRack with 128x64 processing matrix||Download|
|DX32||2||32x32 modular, rackmountable Expander||Download|
|Dante||2||Dante 64ch digital audio networking card|
|superMADI||2||MADI 128ch 48/96kHz audio networking card|
Our design goal for dLive was to create the ultimate mixing system, with plenty of processing and flexibility to handle the most demanding live scenarios, while at the same time giving the engineer intuitive tools to comfortably keep all that power at their fingertips, freeing them to focus on the live mixing experience.
Our ME-1 personal mixers are a perfect solution for foldback mixing in the studio. Each ME-1 can mix up to 40 sources, which can be grouped, named and assigned to keys, giving the artists detailed control over their own mixes in an intuitive format.
Qu mixers can sit at the heart of your studio and double as a tracking desk, audio interface and DAW controller. The built-in USB interface on the Qu-32 can handle up to 32x32 channels full-duplex of high quality 24bit 48kHz audio.
Mumbai-based PA company, Roshni Audiomatics, was appointed to manage the live broadcast of popular singing show, Rising Star, on the Colors TV Channel. Established for over 20 years, Roshni Audiomatics’ client base encompasses all of the major channels and production houses in the region. The Rising Star show generates 108 inputs and 60 outputs, including the band, presenters, judging panel and contestants. A mixer was required to manage the floor monitoring, and provide a broadcast feed.
3FM Radio - Holland
No.1 Dutch radio station, NPO 3FM, needed a new audio control system to manage a new live radio show called On Stage. The show includes performances from live bands, and incorporates visual clips. The system would need to manage the live radio, floor sound and several feeds for live internet streaming.
Turkey’s national horse racing TV channel has invested in a new audio system as part of a digital upgrade. Established in 1950, Turkey Jockey’s Club (TJK) is based in Instanbul, founded and endorsed by the Ministry of Argriculture as the only official horse breeding and racing organisation in the country.
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