Allen & Heath
If you are looking for a serious DJ mixing console from a well-respected British DJ equipment manufacturer that features innovative functionality and outstanding design principles then the new range of DJ mixers by Allen & Heath will satisfy the most demanding of tastes. Originally founded in late 1969, Allen & Heath went on to design and manufacture MOD1 in the early 70s, which was the powerful quadraphonic console used by the legendary Pink Floyd in their Live at Pompeii video. Over the years, they came up with several highly innovative products which even included the world's first ever mixer to offer MIDI control using onboard microprocessor technology.
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A&H Serato DJ Mixers
These days, Allen & Heath offer a superb range of brand new mixing products aimed at the professional DJ market which are distributed and sold as the Xone console series. Entry level products include the affordable yet versatile Xone K1 and Xone K2 MIDI DJ controllers which both offer several channels of MIDI control in a compact, space saving design. These universal DJ controllers can be used with a wide range of software products such as Serato DJ and Native Instruments Traktor and they can even be linked together to offer more possibilities.
Pro DJ Mixers by Allen & Heath
As well as catering for hobbyists, Allen & Heath have made a name for themselves in the pro DJ market with some of the best DJ mixers out there. Their flagship product is the highly advanced Xone DB4 Serato DJ DVS Upgrade Ready mixer, which features a Quad FX Core DSP engine. This enables you to seamlessly mix and match 4 separate tracks through automatic beat-matching without the loss of quality one would expect from inferior products. As well as offering seemingly endless channels of output control, Allen & Heath DJ mixers also receive MIDI input from your software and the coloured, back-lit pads let you know exactly what's going on in real-time so you can see exactly where your EQ pots / frequencies and panning positions are set before making any adjustments to the mix.