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Allen and Heath ZED60-14FX Compact USB Mixer, 14-Channel

Allen and Heath ZED60-14FX Compact USB Mixer, 14-Channel

Do it all with the compact, fully featured ZED60-14FX from Allen and Heath. Its flexible monitoring and DSP effects make it easy to sound great onstage.

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Submitted March 23, 2021 by Tom Raymond in Mt. Pleasant, MI
"Great mixer with great sound."
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I run an internet radio network and I use mixers to up my audio for live broadcasting.
Sound
I use this for delivering great sound when I broadcast live on my internet radio network. The sound is incredible compared to Behringer mixers. I have found though having the audio on computer down to 25 and no HPF, the sound is clear with no drops, static, or any other noise compared with ASIO mixers.
Features
I haven't used the FX on it yet and probably won't, but for me I need the outlets that would handle what I could use and the no line in feature works well when needing to record audio from the computer without extra stuff.
Ease of Use
For me it was easy as I have had other big mixers compared to this. It was difficult getting the right level with the sliders, but by watching the meters on here, Audacity, and RadioBOSS it was easy dialing the right level.
Quality
I feel this would last longer compared to other brands and that it is very well made. My Behringer QX2222 I have had for 3 years and is still going even though lights on channels being used more tend to dim over time and audio not so great with Win 10 and ASIO. This board should outlast that with no problems providing volume levels are set right. Allen & Heath know what they are doing when it comes to audio professionals.
Value
Yes.
Manufacturer Support
This is my first time and have not had problems yet.
The Wow Factor
The appeal with features is great especially if you are looking for better quality.
Musical Background:
Internet radio
Musical Style:
I like all styles, even though I am not a musician.
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Submitted March 29, 2020 by David H in San Diego, CA
"Does the job"
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Standard analogue board with quiet pre amps, satisfactory channel strips, typical C+ onboard effects and limited routing options that are also the norm at this price point.I bought this board for my band’s practice room and paired it with Yamaha DBR12s. It is an excellent combination for this purpose. Would I gig with it? Possibly not because there aren’t enough sends for three monitors with separate mixes, which is an important feature you won’t get with this board. Also, the FX out doubles as the second AUX so you can’t use the channel for both.The monitor out is RCA and the mains are XLR only so there aren’t many options if your cable selection is limited.Given its limitations this should not be considered as a serious gigging board for bands but for solo artists, djs and those with fewer needs it will get the job done.
Musical Background:
Gigging musician
Musical Style:
Rock n’ roll
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