Allen & Heath Qu‑24


Allen & Heath Qu‑24

Compact, cost effective and versatile. TheQU series digital mixing consoles are designed for a broad range of applications from live sound, DAW controll and studio recording, perfect for clubs, live sound production and houses of worship. The QU series features class leading DSP and cutting features not ever before found in a compact mixing system. Onboard multi-track recording to USB media, motorized faders with total recall, Analog iQUE preamps, iLive Effects engines, Dual stereo Matrixand Subgroups, Multi-color touch screen even DAW/HUI control!

  • 24 XLR/TRS mic/line mono inputs with AnaLogic preamps
  • 3 stereo inputs
  • 4 Band parametric EQ , compressor, gate HPF and phantom power on all inputs
  • 4 band parametric EQ, compressor, 1/3 Octave Graphic EQ on all outputs
  • 20XLR outputs
  • AES Digital Output
  • Onboard QUdrive 18 track Multi-track recording
  • USB 2.0 Streaming interface for recording to DAW
  • DAW Midi control via USB or TCP/IP with HUI control.
  • Hi-Resolution full color touch screen
  • integral iPad Shelf/bracket
  • Built in Lamp Socket
  • 4 simultaneous effects racks each with stereo returns.
  • 100mm motorized "total recall" faders
  • Dedicated Talk Back Mic input
  • Dsnake remote audio Port for Digital snake connectivity with AH AR racks
  • Compatible with A&H ME-1 Personal Monitor Mixer
  • Controllable via iPAD with QU pad app (free download)
  • 4 Mute Groups, 2 Stereo Subgroups, 2, Stereo Matrix
  • 10 User Soft Keys
  • Controllable via iPAD with QU pad app (free download)
  • 20 Mix outputs each with Comp, 4 Band Parametric EQ, Graphic EQ and Delay
  • 4 MUTE GROUPS, 2 Stereo Subgroups, 2, Stereo Matrix

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    • Model: QU-24
    • Manufactured by: Allen & Heath

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