The Allen and Heath DJ Mixer ID thread
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    Default The Allen and Heath DJ Mixer ID thread

    Maybe you saw some cool mixer in a club and had no idea what it was....

    Or your an A & H nut and you thought you knew every dj mixer they made, but there there was one more hahaha!

    Really I'm just super bored at work today, so I figured i'd do something productive.

    So in no particular order..... Start Scrollin'!!

    The Xone DB4



    The Xone DB2



    The Xone 4D



    The Xone 3D(Had 2 Color Variations)




    The Xone 42 (Had 2 color Variations)



    The Xone 2D (Had 2 color Variations)



    The Xone 1D (Had 2 color variations)

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    The Xone DX



    The Xone 02 (Had 2 "Design" Variations)



    The Xone 22



    The Xone 32 (Had 2 Color Variations)



    The Xone 62 (Again comes in 2 colors!)



    The Xone 92



    The Xone 464 (Came in 2 colors)



    The Xone S2



    The Xone v6 (sometimes called the s6) (can a man have true love for a dj mixer......???)



    Some are questioning how to EQ with that v6....hmmm.....bum bum BUM!!!

    The VF1! The ideal way to use these is to have 6 of them through the 6 independent send returns of the v6. Analogue Sweetness




    I think that's it....whew Quite a history of making fine DJ mixers!!

    Did I miss one let me know. (the k2 hmmm.. maybe, but I don't think it can mix external sources.)

    Also I wanna hear your story about your FAVORITE A & H mixer!
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    Yeah that's great, but if someone doesn't know the brand of the mixer they saw. They can quickly reference this page.

    Also no legacy products listed on AH site.

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    Love my Xone 62!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paka Ono View Post
    Love my Xone 62!
    is the 4 band EQ awkward at all?

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    I wouldn't describe it as awkward, but it does take a bit getting used to it. However, I have found that I prefer using the filter to cut the bass than the EQ.

    Still use the EQ for mids and highs

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    pretty sure the 3D came in just silver, and in the pic they've just stuck the ableton template on it.
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    Is the V6 really a DJ mixer though..? No EQ?
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    A&H also released rotary versions of certain mixers. Some people prefer them to faders.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross View Post
    Is the V6 really a DJ mixer though..? No EQ?
    Yes the V6 REALLY is a DJ mixer.

    There are plenty of DJs out there that can mix 4 tunes together without any EQ.

    I'd kill for a mixer like this or an old Bozak or Urei or one of the newer rotary mixers that are available today.

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