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Allen & Heath QU32C 32 mic/line + 3 stereo,24 mix outputs,digital mixer,4 efx engines,onboard r

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Features: Designed to accommodate a wide variety of live sound-reinforcement and recording scenarios, the chrome edition Allen & Heath Qu-32C is a 38-in/28-out digital mixing console that doubles as a 32?????ƒ?§’???¦’???32 USB recording interface. Featuring 32 of the company's recallable AnalogiQ microphone preamps, and powered by a 5-core ARM processor,...

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Designed to accommodate a wide variety of live sound-reinforcement and recording scenarios, the chrome edition Allen & Heath Qu-32C is a 38-in/28-out digital mixing console that doubles as a 32?????ƒ?§’???¦’???32 USB recording interface. Featuring 32 of the company's recallable AnalogiQ microphone preamps, and powered by a 5-core ARM processor, the Qu-32 provides a variety of integrated effects and processing including channel-independent 4-band parametric EQs, compressors, delay and reverb. The chrome edition adds high-contrast chrome rotary and fader knobs that improve visibility in dark conditions, as well as a number of software enhancements from the updated firmware (V1.8). The mixer is compatible with both the ME Personal Mixing System and dSNAKE digital-connectivity system from Allen & Heath. The Qu-32 can also be used with the Qu-Pad app, allowing you to use your iPad to mix from anywhere in the venue when connected to a wireless network. Engineered for intuitive navigation, the mixer also features a 7" touchscreen display, providing access to all settings. Furthermore, the mixer has 33 automatable, motorized faders for fast recall of levels when mixing FOH for multiple acts on the same stage, dealing with multiple monitor mixes, and similar scenarios. New Features In Firmware V1.8:

  • Automatic Mic Mixer (AMM) for conference speech control, available for CH1-16
  • Group Mix mode to use the Groups to create additional stereo Mixes
  • High-Pass Filter (HPF) slope increased from 12 to 18 dB/octave
  • Spectrogram mode for the RTA
  • Reset default for Scene Global Filter now blocks Custom Layer and SoftKey settings
  • User password can be set at the mixer for the Qu-You personal monitor app
  • Qu-Pad app now follows the Admin password
  • More functions added to the Qu-Pad app:
    • Audio Setup ƒ?? PAFL, Talkback, SigGen, AMM
    • AMM and MIDI fader added to Custom Strips
    • Input linking
    • Direct Out source and level trims
    • Matrix sends
    • Mix routing and source options
    • Output balance
    • Ability to assign all On/Off and Pre/Post to a mix
    • Group/Mix mode select
    Features at a Glance:
  • 32 Mic / Line Inputs (TRS + XLR)
  • 33 Motor Faders
  • 3 Stereo Inputs (TRS)
  • 24 Mix Outputs (XLR)
  • 4 Stereo Groups
  • 2 Stereo Matrix Outs
  • 4 DCA Groups
  • 4 Mute Groups
  • 4 FX Engines
  • 4 FX Sends / Returns
  • 10 Soft Keys
  • 32?????ƒ?§’???¦’???32 USB Audio Interface
  • DAW MIDI Control
  • AES Digital Out
  • Recallable AnalogiQ Preamps
  • Qu-Drive direct Multi-track Recording / Playback on USB drives
  • 7ƒ?? Touchscreen
  • iLive FX Library
  • dSNAKE Remote Audio Port
  • Compatible with ME Personal Mixing System
  • Qu-Pad iPad App
  • Trim, polarity, HPF, gate, insert, 4-band PEQ, compressor and delay on all Inputs
  • Insert, 4-band PEQ, 1/3 octave GEQ, compressor and delay on all Mix outputs
  • Built-in Signal Generator
  • RTA with Peak Band indication
  • AnalogiQ Preamps: Qu-32's twenty-four AnalogiQ total recall preamps feature zero-crossing detection and a padless 1 dB-step gain stage, closely allied to the DSP for optimal gain accuracy and audio transparency. The analog signal is captured by low-latency 24-bit analog-to-digital converters matched to 24-bit digital-to-analog converters to deliver the required outputs. The AnalogiQ design has been refined to offer transparency, minimal distortion, and an ultra-low noise floor, with a warm, musical sound The Mixing Experience: Having massive processing power and advanced functionality is great, but it counts for nothing if you can't access the controls you need in a heartbeat. Once you start using Qu-32 you'll sense the years of research into ergonomics and the hands-on mixing experience that delivers a natural layout and workflow. It's not about recreating an analog interface; it's about creating an experience that's fluid, comfortable and intuitive for novices, digital natives and old-school road warriors alike, making all the benefits of digital mixing technology readily accessible to all Touch Control: The 800 x 480, sixteen-million color touchscreen and its dedicated data encoder form the heart of the Qu-32 interface, providing fast access to all settings. The user-friendly interface has been designed with clarity in mind. Dedicated keys and screen tabs guide you to meter and RTA views, FX racks, channel processing, USB audio control, scenes, setup menus and much more The SuperStrip: All your key processing tools are presented in a clean layout on the SuperStrip, with 1 function per physical control. The SuperStrip is complemented by an onscreen Touch Channel for intuitive access to full processing parameters without clutter or complex menu structures. Processing for Mono and Stereo inputs includes trim, polarity, HPF, gate, insert, 4-band PEQ, compressor and delay. The main LR and the Mono mixes have controls for Insert, 1/3 octave GEQ, compressor and delay. The Stereo mixes provide Insert, 4-band PEQ, compressor, delay and balance control Fader Automation: Moving faders started as an expensive option in the studio desks of the '80s, and later became the norm with the advent of digital technology. Nevertheless some entry-level digital mixers lack this feature which is a fundamental part of the Total Recall approach. Fader automation is essential for rapid mixing, especially when you're dealing with multiple monitor mixes. Just press a mix key and the faders immediately fly to the send levels for that mix. Qu-32 features 33 motorized ALPS faders, 32 arranged over 2 layers, allowing instant access to all channels and masters in a compact space, plus a dedicated master fader which dynamically follows the mix selection. A third, Custom layer is available for ad-hoc user strip layout, where any combination of Inputs, FX Sends, FX Returns, Mix masters and MIDI strips can be assigned iLive FX: Qu-32's dynamics and FX algorithms are derived from the FX used in our iLive pro touring series. Qu-32 boasts 4 stereo iLive FX engines, featuring lovingly crafted emulations of legendary classic reverbs, gated reverbs, delays, modulators, flangers, and more. The FX library has the ability to grow with future firmware releases. FX are returned to the mix on dedicated return channels, so you're not tying up your mono and stereo input channels. Each Stereo FX Return has a dedicated 4-band PEQ Total Recall: True digital mixing is about being able to save and recall scenes (snapshots) at the press of a button. Qu-32 can store up to 100 full Scenes for recall at will. Channels and mixes can be made Safe from Scene recall. For example, if an instrument or mic gets swapped out after the soundcheck, the channel can be made safe to avoid settings being overridden by Scene recalls. Or if a broadcast feed or walk-in iPod is added last-minute before the show kicks off, that mix or channel can be made safe from any scene change. In addition, single-parameter updates can be blocked using per-scene Recall Filters or a Global Recall Filter. So if you tweak the graphic EQ to reflect the room response when the audience gets in, you can block this to prevent any overwriting at scene change. Custom settings for each EQ, compressor, channel or FX can be saved as Library presets. This lets you store your tried and tested SM58 EQ or reverb pattern and apply it to other channels or shows. Libraries, Scenes and the complete Show configuration can be saved to a USB key, so you can carry the show with you, ready to use on another Qu mixer USB Audio Streaming: Qu-32's built-in interface streams multi-track audio to your Mac or PC via a flexible patching system: all Input channels and the Main LR can be recorded at the same time, or you may choose to record something different such as FX returns or a pair of mixes. The returns from the computer can be assigned to the Input channels. The interface is class-compliant on Mac OS X - and drivers are available for Windows systems. Either way, it will be recognized straightaway by any DAW supporting ASIO or Core Audio, including Logic, Cubase, Reaper, and Pro Tools Qu-Drive: Forget soundcard drivers and software setup, Qu-32 has an integrated multi-track USB recorder, providing 18 channels of 48 kHz, 24-bit recording and playback straight to / from your USB hard drive. Capturing multi-track recordings of your shows has never been so easy. Mixes and FX returns can be recorded alongside channels, and multi-track audio can be played back to the mixer for virtual sound-checks. An independent set of controls is provided for quick stereo recording of the main LR or other mix outputs, and a 2-track USB return can be routed to ST3 for playback of stereo WAV files such as walk-in music ARMed to the Hilt: Qu-32 is equipped with 5 cores of high-efficiency ARM core processing, with dedicated ARM cores running the touchscreen display and surface, USB streaming, Qu-Drive multi-channel USB recording / playback, Ethernet and fader automation. Between them the ARM cores provide state-of-the-art processing, working in parallel to deliver extensive control, instant-on operation, and lightning-fast response. The mixer's DSP farm exploits next generation dual-core DSPs. With plenty of DSP power under the hood the channel processing is only using a fraction of capacity, so Qu-32 is future-proofed, with ample room for updates and extra functionality. The DSP architecture employs varied bit depths, tailored to specific algorithms, with 48 bits on critical EQ functions and a 56-bit accumulator on the mix bus where it really counts, allowing every nuance of the audio to be captured in the final mix The Shape of Things to Come: Made from 18-gauge, cold-rolled Zintec steel, Qu-32's distinctive frame is designed for strength and rigidity. We've done unspeakable things to that chassis in the lab and it's taken everything we've thrown at it - even being stomped on by our resident ex-tank commander. Silence is a precious commodity in the live or studio environment, which is why nobody wants those moments of stillness ruined by the whirring of fans coming from the mix position. Qu-32's sleek profile generates optimal airflow through the mixer, eliminating the need for any fans Qu-Pad: Add the Qu-Pad iPad app to your Qu setup and you're free to adjust the monitors on stage, roam around the venue whilst tweaking the PA, and then mix the show from the heart of the audience. Qu-Pad connects to the mixer over Wi-Fi* and gives instant access to all live mixing parameters and settings ME Personal Mixing System: Qu-32 is fully compatible with our ME Personal Mixing System. Any number of ME-1 personal mixers can be chained from the dSNAKE port (or from an AR2412 / AB168 AudioRack if you've got one connected to the dSNAKE port). Each performer can be given tailored control over their own mix, leaving the engineer free to focus on the audience experience dSNAKE: Qu-32 is a self-contained, so if you've already got the analogue cables you're good to go. If you're thinking of trading in the copper multi-core for a Cat5 digital snake, Qu's dSNAKE port has you future-proofed, allowing connection to a combination of AR2412, AR84 or portable AB168 AudioRacks. dSNAKE is our proprietary networking solution, boasting a transport latency of only 105???’????????s over cable runs of up to 120m / 390'. So if you're mixing FoH you can place your I/O on the stage and run a single Cat5 cable back to the Qu mixer in the mix position SoftKeys: Qu-32 packs 10 SoftKeys for more user-assignable functions such as Mute Groups, Tap Tempo, Scene navigation or PAFL Clear The Matrix: Qu-32's Matrix has 2 further stereo outputs equipped with full processing to the console's extensive I/O. It is a 'mixer within a mixer,' fed from any combination of Group 1-4, Mix 1-10, and main LR. It can be used to provide a broadcast feed, a recording mix, or duplicate the main outputs for delay stacks and fill / zone speakers where independent GEQ and delay is applied

    Specifications: Inputs:

  • Mic/Line Inputs:
    • Balanced, XLR and 1/4" TRS jack, fully recallable
    • Input Sensitivity: -60 to +5 / -50 to +15 dBu (XLR / TRS)
    • Analog Gain: -5 to +60 dB, 1 dB steps
    • Maximum Input Level: +19 / +29 dBu
    • Input Impedance: >5 kOhms (XLR), >10 kOhms (TRS)
    • THD+N, Unity Gain 0 dB: 0.0005%, -89 dBu (20 Hz to 20 kHz, direct out @ 0 dBu, 1 kHz)
    • THD+N, Mid Gain +30 dB: 0.001%, -83dBu 20 Hz to 20 kHz, direct out @ 0 dBu, 1 kHz)
  • Stereo Line Inputs:
  • ST1, ST2 Connector: Balanced, 1/4" (6.3 mm) TRS Jack, half-normalled
  • ST3 Connector: Unbalanced 1/8" (3.5 mm) mini jack
  • Input Sensitivity (ST1, ST2, ST3): +4 /0 dBu, nominal
  • Trim: +/-24 dB
  • Maximum Input Level (ST1, ST2, ST3): +22 /+18 dBu
  • Input Impedance: >7 kOhms
  • Outputs:
  • Line Outputs:
    • Mix 1 to 10, GRP 1 to 4, MTX 1 to 4, LR Out: Balanced XLR
    • Output Impedance: <75 Ohms
    • Nominal Output: +4 dBu = 0 dB meter reading
    • Maximum Output Level: +22 dBu
    • Residual Output Noise: -90 C31 dBu (muted, 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
  • Stereo Output:
    • Alt Output & 2 Trk Output: Balanced 1/4" (6.3 mm) TRS jacks
    • Source (Alt Output/2 Trk Output): Patchable/LR post fade
    • Output Impedance: <75 Ohms
    • Nominal Output: +4 dBu = 0 dB meter reading
    • Maximum Output Level: +22 dBu
    • Residual Output Noise: -90 dBu (muted, 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
  • AES Digital Audio Outputs:
    • 2-channel
    • 48 kHz sampling rate
    • XLR Out
    • 2.5 Vpp balanced terminated 110 Ohms
    dSNAKE:
  • Inputs: Remote source for CH1-32, ST1, ST2, ST3
  • Outputs:
    • Remote outputs for Mix1-10, LR, Grp1-8, MTX1-4
    • Compatible with AudioRacks AR2412, AR84, AB168
    • Compatible with ME personal mixing system
    System:
  • Dynamic Range: 112 dB
  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (+0/-0.5 dB)
  • Headroom: +18 dB
  • Operating Level: Internal Operating Level: 0 dBu
  • Alignment: dBFS: +18 dBu = 0 dBFS (+22 dBu @ XLR output)
  • Calibration: Meter Calibration: 0 dB meter = -18 dBFS (+4 dBu @ XLR output)
  • Indicators:
    • Meter Peak Indication: -3 dBFS (+19 dBu @ XLR out), multi-point sensing
    • Meter Signal Indication: -48 dBFS (-26 dBu @ XLR out)
    • Meter Type: Fast (peak) response
  • Sampling Rate: 48 kHz +/-100 PPM
  • Converters: 24-bit Delta-Sigma
  • Latency:
    • 1.2 ms (local XLR in to XLR out)
    • 0.7 ms (local XLR in to AES out)
  • Operating Temperature: 32???’???????? to 95???’????????F (0???’???????? to 35???’????????C)
  • Power: Mains Power: 100-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 150 W maximum
  • USB:
  • USB Audio:
    • Qu-Drive: USB A
    • Device: Use a USB hard drive (not a USB key)
    • Stereo Record: 2-channel, WAV, 48 kHz, 24-bit, patchable
    • Stereo Playback: 2-channel, WAV, 44.1 or 48 kHz, 16- or 24-bit, to ST3
    • Multitrack Record: 18-channel, WAV, 48 kHz, 24-bit, patchable
    • Multitrack Playback: 18-channel, WAV, 48 kHz, 24-bit
    • USB Audio Streaming: USB B, Core Audio compliant
    • Send (upstream): 32-channel, WAV, 48 kHz, 24-bit
    • Return (downstream): 32-channel, WAV, 48 kHz, 24-bit
    Controls:
  • Faders: 4" (100 mm), motorized
  • Touchscreen: 7" TFT, 800 x 480 resolution
  • Softkeys: 10
  • Groups:
    • Mute Groups: 4
    • DCA Groups: 4
  • Network: TCP/IP Ethernet for MIDI commands and iPad app
  • Input Processing:
  • Source:
    • Channels 1 to 32: Local, dSNAKE, or USB
    • ST1, ST2, ST3: Local, dSNAKE, or USB
    • USB Global Source: Qu-Drive or USB B Streaming
  • Stereo Linking:
    • Stereo Linking: Odd/even input pairs
    • Parameters Linked: EQ, dynamics, insert, delay, assignments, sends
    • Link Options: Preamp, polarity, sidechains, fader, mute, pan
  • Polarity: Normal & reverse
  • HPF: 12 dB/octave, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Insert: Assign FX1-4 into input channels
  • Delay: Up to 85 ms
  • Gate:
    • Self-key sidechain
    • Threshold: -72 to +18 dBu
    • Depth: 0 to 60 dB
    • Attack: 50 ???’????????s to 300 ms
    • Hold: 10 ms to 5 s
    • Release: 10 ms to 1 s
  • Equalizer:
    • 4-band fully parametric, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +/-15 dB
    • Band 1: Selectable LF shelving (Baxandall), bell
    • Band 2 & 3: Bell
    • Band 4: Selectable HF shelving (Baxandall), bell
    • Bell Width: Non-constant Q, variable, 1.5 to 1/9 octave
  • Compressor:
    • Self-key sidechain
    • Threshold: -46 to 18 dBu
    • Ratio: 1:1 to infinity
    • Attack: 300 ???’????????s to 300 ms
    • Release: 100 ms to 2 s
    • Knee: Soft or Hard
    • Types: Peak manual, RMS manual, SlowOpto, PunchBag
  • Output:
    • Channel Direct Out to USB: Follow fader, follow mute (global options)
    • Source Select (Global): Post-preamp, pre-EQ, post-EQ, post-delay
    Mix Processing:
  • Insert: Assign FX into Mix channels
  • Delay: Up to 170 ms
  • Equalizer:
    • Graphic EQ: Constant 1/3 octave, 28 bands from 31 Hz to 16 kHz, +/-12 dB
    • Parametric EQ: 4-band fully parametric, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +/- 15 dB
    • Band 1: Selectable LF shelving (Baxandall), bell
    • Band 2 & 3: Bell
    • Band 4: Selectable HF shelving (Baxandall), bell
    • Bell Width: Non-constant Q, variable, 1.5 to 1/9 octave
  • Compressor:
    • Self-key sidechain
    • Threshold: -46 to 18 dBu
    • Ratio: 1:1 to infinity
    • Attack: 300 ???’????????s to 300 ms
    • Release: 100 ms to 2 s
    • Knee: Soft or Hard
    • Types: Peak manual, RMS manual, SlowOpto, PunchBag
  • Effects:
    • Internal FX: 4x RackFX engines, Send>Return or Inserted
    • Types: Reverbs, delays, gated reverbs, ADT, chorus, symphonic chorus, phaser, flanger
    • 4x Dedicated Stereo FX Returns: Fader, pan, mute, routing to Mix/LR, 4-band PEQ
    Audio Tools:
  • PAFL:
    • PFL or stereo in-place AFL
    • 0 to -24 dB trim
    • 85 ms delay
  • Talkback:
    • Assignable to any mix
    • 12 dB/octave HPF
  • Signal Generator:
    • Assignable to any mix
    • Sine, white, pink, bandpass noise
  • RTA:
    • 31-bands, 1/3 octave 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    • Follows PAFL source
    General:
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): Desk-Mounted: 33.5 x 19.7 x 7.4" (850 x 500 x 186 mm)
  • Weight: 44 lb (20 g)


  • Model: QU32C
    Manufacturer: Allen & Heath
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