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Musikmesse 2016: Allen and Heath QU-SB Portable Digital Mixer
This ultra-compact digital mixer is a smart, portable solution for bands, AV and installation. Designed for iPad control, the QU-SB frees you to mix from anywhwere in the venue. The companion Qu-Pad app is a beautifully elegant, intuitive mixing interface, giving easy access to the full wealth of Qu features and setup options.
The Allen and Heath QU-SB features 18 onboard inputs and 14 outputs. It can be easily expanded up to 32 mono inputs and 24 outputs by connecting to one of their family of remote AudioRacks over a single Cat5 cable.
QU-SB is a fantastic choice for bands looking for the same great monitor sound wherever they play.
By Liz Cage
Posted on 7 Apr 2016 08:14 to category : Instruments News
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