With its responsive touchscreen, 33 motor faders and acclaimed AnalogiQ recallable preamps, Allen & Heath's Qu-32 Digital Mixer combines exceptional ease of use with class-leading audio performance. Drawing on the technologies and workflow pioneered on our GLD and iLive touring systems, QU makes Allen & Heath digital mixing more accessible than ever. Designed to accommodate a wide variety of live sound reinforcement and recording scenarios, the Allen & Heath Qu-32 is a 38-in/28-out digital mixing console that doubles as a 32×32 USB recording interface. Featuring 32 of the company's recallable AnalogiQ microphone preamps, and powered by a 5-core ARM processor, the Qu-32 provides a variety of integrated effects and processing including channel-independent 4-band parametric EQs, compressors, delay and reverb. The Qu-32 mixer is compatible with both the ME Personal Mixing System and dSNAKE digital connectivity system from Allen & Heath. The Qu-32 can also be used with the Qu-Pad app, allowing you to use your iPad to mix from anywhere in the venue when connected to a wireless network. Engineered for intuitive navigation, the mixer also features a 7-inch, 800 x 400, sixteen million-color touchscreen display, providing access to all settings. In addition, the mixer has 33 automatable, motorized faders for fast recall of levels when mixing FOH for multiple acts on the same stage, dealing with multiple monitor mixes, and similar scenarios.
Features & details
32-channel digital mixing console with 33 motorized faders, instant recall, parametric EQ, 5-core ARM DSP processing, 4 onboard FX Engines, and integrated multitrack USB recorder
Recallable AnalogiQ preamps and 24-bit conversion, for warm, musical sound
7-inch, 800 x 400, sixteen million-color touchscreen display provides access to all settings
Total-recall moving-fader automation supercharges your mixing
Intuitive, comfortable, natural layout and workflow
Item Weight53 poundsProduct Dimensions40.2 x 13.8 x 27.2 inchesItem model numberAH-Qu-32Color NameBlackScreen Size7