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Allen & Heath Xone:22
The smallest Xone mixer to date, the Xone:22 is equipped with Allen & Heath’s characteristic sound and build quality, plus professional-grade features. At the heart of the feature set is a light version of the analog Voltage Control Filter (VCF) system offering low-pass and high-pass filters, frequency sweep and mild-to-wild resonance control. There is also a soft-switched effects loop to bring in external effects, which are routed back in through the filter system. The new mixer has two stereo channels with dual phono/line inputs, and the phono inputs can be configured to line if no RIAA (vinyl) sources are in use. There is a 3-band total kill EQ, crossfader curve control switch, and the maximum output level is a generous +25dBu.
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