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Top notch - Reviews Allen & Heath GLD-80

8 I / O but it is made to be used with boxes scene GLD-AR2412 / GLD-AR84 with just a computer cable RJ45 Cat 5E.
For me it is the equivalent of the iLive-T80 and less expensive with the same performance.
However, all the intelligence is in the console, not in boxes of scenes, unlike the iLive, whose consoles are only control surfaces.
- Colour TFT touch 21 inches diagonally
- Communication with the racks is via the A & H dSNAKE supporting lengths stretch of 120 m.
- The AR2412 integrates rack 24 inputs and 12 outputs and features a symmetrical expansion port for communicating with a rack GLD-AR84 (8 inputs / 4 outputs)
- Expansion rack locally from the console, giving a total of 40 inputs and 20 outputs su scene with two racks AR84 & AR2412 (+ the local I / O)
- Preamps input high performance


I'm new so I think it's simple (because it is computerized and I am a computer!)
but I think the experience will always be needed, too bad for me!

Otherwise it is accessible.


The A / D and D / A are actually transparent, and it's not because I do not know anything, tests everywhere attests.

for the novice that I am, I would just say that the sound is excellent, it's pro!
It has everything you need!


I do not really use, but I am updating regularly and I learn from time to time to use it (that's my new concert hall in the country, still not finished being built!).

Most: accessible if we are familiar with computers
Pro quality for an amateur budget

Extremely quiet, not breathing!

Full purchased option (AR2412 / GLD-AR84 * 2 / box / RJ45 Cables * 100m * 2): ~ € 8500
This is my first if I forget the little mix style Behringer 'I am also pleased for the price paid!

I would do this choice without hesitation