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Allen & Heath GL2200-32 32x4 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...Click To Read More About This Product
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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, 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 GL2200 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 all 32 channels, 100mm faders, individual channel-by-channel phantom power switches, and more. 77 lbs.
- 32 channels
- 4-band semi-parametric EQ
- 8 additional inputs on every frame size
- Whole console can become a dedicated monitor board
- 2 fully featured stereo inputs
- 2 stereo effects returns
- 4-band EQ, 6 aux sends, and input meter per channel
- 100mm faders
- Channel-by-channel phantom power switches
For complete command and killer quality, you can't beat this board. Order today.
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6-1/2 yrs old and does seven monitor mixes four nights a week in a smokey Bar.It's NEVER been repaired, only cleaned!
Have used several different priced mixers, some at much higher cost, but this mixer is an excellent value and performs very well.
this board makes others sound dead.
la he utilizado y es muy buena,pero todavia est muy cara.
This little board is top notch. The only problem I have with it is the 12 segment bar graph.
The mixer has done everything I needed it to do but one thing. It has all the features a sound guy needs to do his job easier/smarter but one. It needs mute buttons for the main monitor/aux sends. I know that sounds petty, but that's the only fault I find in this board! I use it for my church contemporary worship services and for national alternative christian bands to do concerts.