Allen & Heath Reviews
The Allen & Heath Xone:PX5 is a new four channel mixer that has sturdy build quality, built-in effects, an internal USB soundcard, and an advanced send/receive system for external effects modules. The Xone:PX5 also has that excellent analog sound with lots of other features hidden under the hood. Check out the new 6-part tutorial video series that Allen & Heath has released to get everyone familiar with this new mixer.
Today Allen & Heath has officially launched the new Xone:PX5 Mixer. This new four channel mixer has sturdy build quality, built-in effects, an internal USB soundcard, and an advanced send/receive system for external effects modules. Check out the press release and intro video.
Allen & Heath has just released the new Xone:43C mixer which has the great iconic A&H filters and sound quality but also has an internal USB soundcard for Digital Vinyl System playback and an X-Link port to connect other A&H DJ controllers like the K1 or K2. Check out our full video review for the complete rundown of the new Xone:43C mixer after the jump.
Allen & Heath has just released a Digital USB version of the Xone:43 analog mixer which is called the Xone:43C. The new Xone:43C mixer has all of the analog goodness of the 43 including the iconic Filters and great sound quality but also adds a USB soundcard for DVS playback and an X-Link port to connect other Allen & Heath Digital devices such as the K1 or K2. Review is coming soon, but check out our unboxing & first impressions video after the jump.
Allen & Heath has just announced that they are releasing a Digital USB version of the Xone:43 analog mixer which will be dubbed the Xone:43C. The new Xone:43C mixer will sport all of the analog goodness of its sibling including the iconic Filters and great sound quality along with adding a USB soundcard for DVS playback and an X-Link port to connect other Allen & Heath Digital devices such as the K1 or K2.
Allen & Heath keeps analog DJ’s alive with the release of the new Xone:43 mixer. The Xone:43 mixer is a basically like a four channel version of the Xone:23 that we recently reviewed late last year. The Xone:43 is loaded with four phono and line RCA inputs, am XLR microphone input, headphone outputs, FX send/return, and separate Booth/Record/Master outputs.
Today at NAMM 2015, the Serato team has announced a new Serato DJ Club Kit that will allow users of certain Pioneer and Allen & Heath four channel Club mixers to work in digital vinyl setup mode with external decks and Serato DJ software control. Users of the Pioneer DJM-900NSX/DJM-850 or the Allen & Heath DB2/DB4 can connect to the computer via USB and have full Serato DJ timecode control using the Serato DJ Club Kit which will run $169.
The new Allen & Heath two-channel Xone:23C professional DJ mixer is the natural successor to the Xone:22 mixer and it also adds the internal USB DJ soundcard to easily connect to DJ software. The Xone:23C has excellent build quality, an internal USB DJ soundcard with DVS capabilities, Mixvibes LE software, and an X:Link connector to easily link to other Allen & Heath Xone:K series controllers. Check out the review to see if it lives up to the Xone standards.
Allen & Heath’s newest modular MIDI controller called the Xone:K1 is essentially a Xone:K2 MIDI controller but without the built-in stereo soundcard interface and MIDI layering capabilities. The Xone:K1 is a universal MIDI controller that can be mapped/programmed to work with any DJ software and it has six push-button rotary encoder knobs, 12 knobs, four faders, and 30 three-color backlit performance buttons to take precise control over specific software functions. Check out our full Video review to see the features of this modular MIDI controller.
The new Allen & Heath two-channel Xone:23C professional DJ mixer has excellent build quality, an internal USB DJ soundcard with DVS capabilities, Mixvibes LE software, and an X:Link connector to easily link to other Allen & Heath Xone:K series controllers. The Xone:23C is also like a 2+2 channel mixer since it has separate gain knobs for each of the four RCA inputs on the rear of the mixer. Watch our unboxing & first impressions video while we work on the review.