Allen and Heath GL3800M-824A

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Allen & Heath GL3800M-824A

24 Channel (all mono) mixing console, 8 group, 10 aux, LRM mix, built-in meterpod, premium faders, enhanced 12x4 matrix, 4 mute groups and true stereo IEM capability.

Combining the proven features of the best-selling GL3300 and the latest features of the GL2800, the GL3800 is destined to become a leading 8-bus console for live or recording work.

The GL3800 is available in frame sizes up to 48 channels, with the choice of all mono, 4 or 8 stereo channels housed in a stylish chassis, including a meterpod with illuminated VU's, and front and rear ident strips.

The GL3800 has been updated with more facilities for modern day mixing - it's truly dual-function with all 10 auxes configurable to fader control with insert point and XLR drive. The GL3800 has internal circuitry to autoswitch a second PSU where a fail-safe operation is desirable, and now with ultra-smooth dual rail K faders, this console will be a favorite of the connoisseur operator.

The GL3800 is the latest edition of the highly-successful GL3300 family, which has proved to be the ultimate mixer package for fixed installations over the last 10 years. It has all the professional features required for day-in, day-out use in theatres, houses of worship and concert halls: high specification, high quality feel and exceptional sound performance, while its rugged construction and individual circuit board design ensure that the GL3800 is built to last a very long time.

Features

  • 24 mono channels
  • LR and M mix buses
  • 8 Audio groups with pan and routing to LR and M
  • 10 Auxes including a dedicated stereo send
  • 2 full stereo channels each with mic and stereo line inputs
  • 2 extra dual stereos provide 4 summed or independent stereo returns
  • Fully featured 12x4 Matrix
  • Proper dual functionality for FOH/Monitor mixing
  • Recording capable with channel direct outputs
  • M can be used for LR mono sum, engineers wedge, or centre/sub mix
  • Matrix external inputs with level trims and common input capability
  • Stereo channel mic inputs can cross patch into matrix for ambience feed
  • Responsive 4 band, 2 sweep EQ
  • 100Hz channel high pass filters
  • Individual phantom power and polarity switching
  • Integral meterpod with 11 LED-illuminated, moving coil VU meters
  • Wide angle LED channel and master meters
  • Dedicated stereo monitor meters
  • Per channel pre/post fader aux switching for full flexibility
  • Recessed pre/post-EQ aux switching per channel
  • Internal jumper plugs for aux, direct out and other options
  • Mutes on all fader masters
  • 100mm premium grade dual rail faders
  • Assignable talkback to all outputs
  • 1kHz oscillator / pink noise generator with external output
  • 2-track monitoring and replay to LR
  • 3 headphones/earpiece sockets and local monitor outputs
  • Electronically balanced XLR outputs with +26dBu drive capability
  • Preamp 74dB range with +34dBu input capability for mic or line
  • Ultra low noise mix head amp design
  • Uses external linear power supply
  • Built-in combiner for redundant backup supply
  • Metal jacks, gold-plated XLRs, sealed pots and switches
  • Individual circuit card assembly with nutted pots
  • Solid copper bus bar grounding
  • Sys-Link V2 console linking option
  • 4-pin lamp sockets
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 40.4" x 27.2" x 10.8"
  • Weight: 72.6 lbs
    • Model: GL3800M-824A
    • Manufactured by: Allen & Heath


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