For Amsterdam ArenA, the drive to be one of the world’s best stadiums meant investing in sound. Discover how the first venue of its kind to install a fully ArrayProcessed d&b system not only realized UEFA/FIFA regulations for performance and intelligibility, and national and international safety standards for evacuation systems, but did so with an […]
The optional ArrayProcessing function within the ArrayCalc simulation software V8 incorporates powerful filter algorithms that calculate and optimize the sonic performance of a d&b line array over an entire listening area. ArrayProcessing ensures that every member of the audience benefits from the same remarkable quality of sound by enhancing the spectral consistency, with a defined […]
Based on the headphone output circuit in the 5060 Centerpiece Desktop Mixer, the RNHP is a dedicated 24V reference-quality headphone amplifier with specifically-calibrated +4dBu balanced line, unbalanced RCA and 3.5mm (1/8”) inputs, housed in a rugged VESA-mountable steel chassis. With effortless, wide-open sonic performance and the ability to drive any pair of headphones without compromise, […]
Qu Chrome is a major update to Allen & Heath’s Qu series of compact digital mixers, adding the crucial new features of Automatic Mic Mixing, audio spectrogram, additional monitor mixes, and new functionality in the Qu-Pad app. All new Qu-16, Qu-24 and Qu-32 models will also feature the same high contrast metallic finish rotary controls […]
Allen & Heath has launched new Chrome Edition models the class-leading GLD series mixers, with extensive new features and FX. GLD Chrome firmware adds Auto Mic Mixing capability and further additions to the comprehensive processing suite, including faithfully crafted new FX and channel-based compressor emulations. The Chrome Edition GLD-80 and GLD-112 mixers have been redesigned […]
dLive is the next generation digital mixing system from Allen & Heath, providing ultra-flexible architecture, a powerful FPGA processing core, a comprehensive array of expansion, control and networking options, plus the intuitive Harmony user interface with gesture control, meaning dLive is geared to applications from rigorous touring and festivals to installation in prestigious live venues.