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XB-10 Broadcast Mixer

XB-10 Mixer

The XB-10 is small and compact making ideal for outside broadcasts, production studios or any application where space is a premium. Despite its size, the XB-10 is packs with loads of features you would normally only find on a larger, more expensive radio console.

Although many Allen & Heath products are designed for sound recording the mixers in the XB range have been developed specifically for use in radio stations. This means the XB-10 includes features such as a built in 'telco' channel, speaker muting (when the mic is on), mic light switching, fader start outputs and more.

The tiny footprint (it is only 336mm x 275mm) make it ideal for production studios or mobile studio.

Part Number: P3859

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Key features include:

  • 3 mic/line and 3 stereo inputs
  • Telco channel with optional USB routing for VoIP
  • CompACT compressors on mic channels
  • ON switch logic on mic and telco channels
  • Start/cue logic outputs on stereo channels
  • Separate headphones mix and outputs
  • Auto mutes on control room outputs
  • Remote mute facility on mic channels
  • Responsive 3-band, swept mid EQ with MusiQ
  • Configurable USB stereo audio in/out
  • XLR main outputs with inserts and variable limiter
  • Aux / Alt bus for external processing, recording or auditioning

What we think...

The XB10 is a ideal for an outside broadcast or production studio. It includes many advanced broadcast features you would normally one see on a mixer costing twice as much, all packed into a tiny footprint.

David Boulton - Broadcast Radio





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