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Allen & Heath ZED-14 Live / Recording Mixer

Code: 48358    Manufacturer Part No: ZED1402/X   
Allen & Heath ZED-14 Live / Recording Mixer
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(1 review)

£329.00

Price includes VAT

408.95 € (euros)

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ZED-14 Live / Recording Mixer description:

Introducing the Allen & Heath ZED-14 , one of the few true professional small mixers available at a low cost. The ZED-14 offers professional features and pristine sound quality and is ideal for gigging musicians who also require a recording interface for use in the home. Using some of Allen & Heath’s top of the range components developed over nearly 40 years of making mixing desks, the ZED-14 contains all the elements required to capture and mix top-quality sound.

The Allen and Heath ZED14 features 6 mono inputs, microphone preamps with a decibel range of 69 dBs that can handle any signal, a low-cut feature which rids your signal of mic-pops and stage rumble and 4 dual stereo channels. There are 99 control knobs giving users the freedom and flexibility to mix their music how they wish. The intuitive layout of the ZED14 means users don’t have to spend hours reading instruction books. There is a peak warning indicator, headphone jacks and an additional signal output gives users the option to use a monitor speaker.

The ZED-14 really provides everything a producer would need for capturing and mixing sound. The signal from ZED- 14 can be sent via USB to a computer for recording, and the USB port can also be used for additional computer plug-ins. A version of Cakewalk’s Sonar music production software is included so users can begin recording music immediately.

The Allen & Heath ZED-14 is a mixer for both entry-level musicians and professionals and it has many different useful functions. It enables users to both capture and mix live sound on the stage or in the home and its fantastic sound, intuitive interface, sturdy build and versatile features make it a hugely desirable mixer.

The main features of the Allen & Heath ZED-14 include:

  • Multipurpose mixer with USB for live sound, recording and production
  • 6 mono mic/line inputs
  • 4 stereo line inputs
  • DuoPre mic preamplifier
  • Insert points
  • High pass filter
  • Responsive 3-band swept mid-channel EQ
  • 4 aux sends (2 pre-, 2 post-fade)
  • Stereo imaging control on every channel
  • Channel mute switches
  • Professional 100mm faders
  • Stereo return
  • 2-track return
  • USB send and return for PC/MAC with controls for recording playback and effects
  • USB Audio In/Out: USB 1.1 compliant 16bit
  • Sample Rate: 32, 44.1, or 48kHz
  • Advanced monitoring facilities
  • 1/4 inch and 3.5mm headphones outputs
  • Stereo record out
  • Alternative stereo out
  • Mono sum of LR output
  • Main LR
  • 12-bar LR meters
  • Master controls for aux1&2
  • Cakewalk SONAR LE bundled with mixer

MPN: ZED1402/X

Manufacturer: Allen & Heath

This page first created on: 15/01/2008

Customer Reviews


Expertise/Experience: guitarist hobbiest home studio
Coventry GB

Pros: +
It was very easy to set up, and lets me do almost anything with my sound. There's hardly any hiss coming through any of the channels, and it's currently driving my studio nicely. The ability to drive the usb audio through a stereo track is awesome, although it would be nice if it went to the final stereo bus, instead of the third one.

Cons: -
There were some under-panel switches which I at first dismissed as lights. I don't think the majority of people would do this, but I'm totally blind, and my girlfriend's partially sighted too, so we were confused for a good half an hour about some of the stuff in the manual.

This customer purchased the product in July 2012