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Allen & Heath GL2200-24 24-Channel Mixer
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Features a 4-band semi-parametric EQ, 8 additional inputs on every frame size, and expandability in a dual-function console. For true flexibility, us...Read More
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24 channels of mixing muscle!
Features a 4-band semi-parametric EQ, 8 additional inputs on every frame size, and expandability in a dual-function console. For true flexibility, using only a few front panel switches, the whole console becomes a dedicated monitor board. Couple that with its ability to selectively switch only as many of these outputs as needed and the GL2000 is truly in a class of its own. Includes 2 fully featured stereo inputs, along with 2 stereo effects returns. Each stereo input features the same wide ranging mic preamp as the mono inputs, a 4-band EQ, and 6 aux sends. Also features input meters on every channel, 100mm faders, individual channel-by-channel phantom power switches, and more.
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Great live mixing board!
I've worked on many mixer boards from several different companies, and Allen and Heath take the cake! The GL2200 is very much cost effective and puts out the quality sound a ML4000 may put out. Well, almost. Nevertheless, great board!
Excellent mixer! EQ's bring tracks to life. Quite, Clean, perfect for mixing digital!
Ok I'm not realy good at writing these reviews but i'm goona try. All i have to say is that this board is awesome. So heres the situation. I run sound for a church in Atlanta Ga, probably one of the most musical diversified areas in the south. Once a month my church invites a group to give a mini concert during one of our services on top of the normal sinday music, which is hard enuff to mix for. We use this stuff called i worship. There life interactive dvd's that the band plays to using a sync track an the performers sing with. Realy kool stuf but ther like 200 bucks a disc. So any ways its not common for me to have to mix two or three diff styles of music in one service. The old board was horrrible a 16ch sterior no sub mixes 12 yr old yamaha. But still a great sounding board just not enuff out puts. When we told the church it would cost $5000 to get a decint mixer they said no. Then two week later an Anomious doner gave $6000 for new boards. So our new setup is 2 Gl2200 one for FOH and one for Monitors and one of the cheaper Behringers I think its the MX32/8 ? The new consoles let me mix the houst plus like 5 Reverb units and still have room to grow Now we run 8 monitor mixes and can plaese every style of music for rock to rap to southern gospel. Its Great. The only bad problem is dust. GET A DUST COVERl. Our boards are about 2 yrs old and we started noticing the slider wouldent word or the volume would be where we left it but the fader would be on zero. To keep it short we shiped the foh board to The UK because 4 af the channels shorted because of DUST !!!!!!!. But other thant that ist awesonm . I like to tone genertaor we re eq every service because of the changing music types. THis board works good with Turbo sound Cabs and QSC amps Don't know why but out of like 4 diff amp we try and speaker combos that combination worked best. Thanks for reading this
After the initial orientation, this board works like a dream. It's so easy to use it seems like it runs itself.