Sara Simms gets hands on with the Allen and Heath XONE:96 mixer designed by DJs for DJs. But just how useful is it in the real world? Read on to find out more.
The wait is finally over. Allen & Heath (DJ) has responded to customer demand by following up a genuine club classic with its new flagship analogue DJ Mixer - Xone:96.
Allen & Heath has unveiled SQ-7, their new 33 fader flagship console in its 96kHz SQ series. It features 48-channels, 32 preamps, and so much more.
The XONE:K2 is portable, durable and features X:LINK to enable you to connect two mixers together. Sara Simms added it to her DJ rig to find if it could do the business.
This fully analog 8-channel mixer designed by Richie Hawtin is intended to be a true DJ's performance instrument. Sara Simms took in on the road to find out if it fits the bill.
Despite there being so many DJ mixers available to suit all budgets, there are just a handful of mixers you'll find at clubs. Here are the top 5 most common ones you'll actually encounter in the wild.
The Allen & Heath Zed-6FX promises to be a compact, budget mixer with good pre's and selectable headphone monitor outs, from a quality brand. Matt Vanacoro finds out how well it really performs.
If you've got or are considering on of the Allen & Heath QU mixers, and have an iPhone or iPad, then their new Qu-You app will give full control of your mixer via your iOS device.
Are you in the market for a compact, feature-rich digital mixer? Joe Albano finds out if the Allen & Heath Qu-24 can be the heart of any small studio.