Allen and Heath XB14
Radio broadcast mixer
The XB14 is designed for a broad range of applications from small radio or Internet broadcast studios, to larger studios with multiple rooms. The XB14 features telephone communication modules for telephone callers, mic fader start sensing for external connection and internal automatic muting of the speaker outputs, stereo channel start/cue outputs for CD transport control, separate headphones mix and outputs for guests, and an audition bus.
What the judges had to say:
"It's a portable-style console with all the needed radio mixer functions."
'It would work well in a voice-over or news booth."
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