Allen & Heath ML3000-32 A (Console Only)


The Allen & Heath ML3000 is a live sound reinforcement console that delivers VCA technology synonymous with high-end consoles, at an affordable price point. Its small foot print and straight forward layout provide comprehensive control and flexibility as a front-of-house (FOH) or monitor mixer. The ML3000 series is available in 24, 32, 40 and 48 input configurations to suite various applications.

This ML3000 is a 32 input console with microphone / line level switchable XLR inputs. 2 stereo L/R 1/4" phone inputs are also provided. The ML3000 features 4 group outputs and an 8x4 Matrix mixer for added routing flexibility. Inserts on all input channels, group outputs, matrix outputs and main outputs are provided. 8 Auxiliary sends allow signal routing to monitors or effects processors.

The integrated meter bridge features comprehensive LED and VU style metering for accurate level monitoring. The ML3000 provides the audio fidelity and control of high-end VCA consoles while remaining cost effective. Overall, the design is rugged and compact enough for touring or fixed installation in clubs, theaters, houses-of-worship and more.

Key Features

  • 8 VCA Groups 8 VCA groups enable quiet, noise-free channel grouping via VCA circuit.
  • 32 Mono + 2 Stereo Channels This version is configured with 32 mic/line switchable XLR inputs and 2 stereo L/R 1/4" phone inputs.
  • 8x4 Matrix Mixer The 8 x 4 matrix mixer is regarded as an actual mixer within a mixer. The matrix can be used for various tasks such as group and effects return routing.
  • 4 Group Outputs 4 group outputs are available for routing groups to external monitors, recorders, etc.
  • 8 Auxiliary Sends An abundance of auxiliary sends are provided for routing signal to effects processors, monitor mixers, etc.
  • 4-Band EQ Sections A 4-band EQ with 2 frequency sweeps are featured on mono inputs. Stereo channels feature a 4-band fixed frequency EQ section.

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    • Model: ML3000-32 A
    • Manufactured by: Allen & Heath

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