Allen and Heath Xone:2D Mixer

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Overview:  

The Xone:2D is a combination of a 9 stereo channel USB 2.0 soundcard and MIDI controller, which DJ’s can combine with their existing analogue mixer to create a complete Digital DJ mixing system, perfect for integration with DJ software such as Ableton Live and Traktor DJ Studio.



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Features & Specs


Soundcard:
• 96kHz 24 bit audio transfer
• Interface to any digital source up to 192kHz
• 9 stereo channels – 5 (4 analogue and one digital) inputs from a PC and 4 (3 analogue and one digital) returns.
• SPDIF Input and output
• Optical Input and output

MIDI Controller
• 44 mappable MIDI control messages available
• 4 x 60mm linear faders, 8 x detented rotary pots, 4 illuminated push switches
• 5 rotary encoders, 16 switches, 1 custom jog wheel with micro switches, crossfader
• Compatible with any PC software that has MIDI assignable functions: eg, music production, DJ, lighting controller or visual effects programs




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