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Allen & Heath GL2800-40 40-Input, 8-Bus Live Sound Console

Allen & Heath GL2800-40 40-Input, 8-Bus Live Sound Console

Allen & Heath GL2800-40 40-Input, 8-Bus Live Sound Console

B&H # ALGL280040 MFR # AH-GL2800-40
Allen & Heath GL2800-40 40-Input, 8-Bus Live Sound Console

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  • 40-Input
  • 8-Bus
  • 12x4 Routing Matrix
  • 10 Auxiliary Sends

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The Allen & Heath GL series live sound reinforcement consoles exhibit the quality and detail synonymous with consoles that would render some live sound rigs over budget. The GL2800 is available in a 24, 32, 40, 48 and 56 input chassis to accommodate any mid-range sound reinforcement application.

The GL2800-32 is the 40 input version, complete with 40 line inputs, 40 microphone preamplifiers and 8-bus group routing. There is absolutely no shortage of routing possibilities with four dedicated stereo input channels, 10 auxiliary sends and a 12x4 routing Matrix section. Also featured are 1/4" phone TRS inserts on all input channels, auxiliary sends and stereo master output. Direct outputs via 1/4" phone connectors are provided on every input channel, enabling input signal to be routed directly to multitrack recorders, monitor mixers, etc.

Each input channel features a 4-band semi-parametric EQ, complete with In/Out switch. A HPF filter switch attenuates frequencies below 100Hz by 12dB per octave. The main output section consists of Left, Right and Mono outputs via balanced 3-pin male XLR connections. The combination of stereo and mono outputs allows the engineer to mix a stereo image while sending mono signals to subs or a separate center (or "C") channel mix.

The Allen & Heath GL2800 is a budget conscious, work-horse sound-reinforcement mixer designed to meet the needs in large clubs, houses-of-worship, theaters, halls, outdoor band shells, rehearsal studios, recording studios and anywhere a large format, quality sound-reinforcement mixer is needed.

Outstanding Performance
Allen & Heath circuitry provides exceptionally low residual noise from the mix head amplifier and output stages. Improved microphone preamplifiers maintain low noise and can except as much as +34dBu.
Stereo Line Inputs
Four dedicated stereo input channels provide dual L/R stereo line inputs, for a total of four stereo line level inputs.
Direct Microphone Outputs
Both stereo input channels also feature a mono microphone input with a standard 3-pin balanced XLR connection and a 1/4" phone microphone output. The microphone output is convenient for feeding ambient microphone signal to recorders, RTA measurement systems, etc.
12x4 Matrix Routing
The 12x4 Matrix is literally a mixer within a mixer. 4 output channels feature independent output level control and signal routing from any of the 8-sub groups, L/R stereo or Matrix External inputs (12x4). Applications include assisted listening mixes, additional monitor mixes, remote broadcasts, zone feeds, mono recording and stereo recording comps.
10 Auxiliary Sends
10 auxiliary sends provide adequate routing to external effects devices, monitors, etc.
8-Sub Group Outputs
8-sub groups are ideal for drum kit and background vocal comps. Individual channel feeds can be routed to multitrack recorders as well.
Inserts
1/4" TRS phone inserts are located on all input channels, stereo mix output and sub-groups. The inserts enable direct, signal-loop routing to signal processors, monitor mixers, etc.
Direct Outputs
All input channels feature a direct output with a 1/4" phone connection. This allows for direct routing to large multitrack recorders, monitor mixers, etc.
System Link
An optional card provides the 37 pin D connectors necessary for integrating an additional GL2800. The Sys-Link allows the second mixer to operate as an input expander module.
Gooseneck Lamp Connections
Dual 4-pin male connections are provided for adapting gooseneck lamps.
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Allen & Heath GL2800-40 40-Input, 8-Bus Live Sound Console
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Total # Of Inputs 40
    Mic/Line Inputs 40 Line: 1/4" Phone
    40 Mic: 3-pin XLR
    Stereo Line Inputs 4 Stereo: L/R 1/4" Phone
    In-Line Inputs/Returns No
    AUX Sends 10 Aux Sends: 1/4" Phone
    AUX Returns No
    Inserts 40 Line: TRS 1/4" Phone
    8 Group: TRS 1/4" Phone
    2 Stereo Out: TRS 1/4" Phone
    BUS (Group) Outputs 8 Group Outputs: Balanced 3-pin XLR
    2 Trk Master I/O Main Outputs: Left / Right / Mono (sub) Balanced 3-pin XLR
    2Trk In: L/R 1/4" Phone
    2Trk Out: L/R 1/4" Phone
    ALT I/O Matrix -
    4 EXT In: 1/4" Phone
    4 MTX: 1/4" Phone
    Monitor Outputs Monitor Out: L/R 1/4" Phone
    EQ Section Gain (each band): +/- 15dB
    Mono Channels-
    Low: Shelf 80Hz
    Low Mid: 35Hz - 1kHz Q=1.8
    High Mid: 500Hz - 15kHz Q=1.8
    High: Shelf 12kHz
    Stereo Channels - Low: Shelf 80Hz
    Low Mid: 250Hz Q=1.8
    High Mid: 2.5kHz Q=1.8
    High: Shelf 12kHz
    Solo/Mute Mute / PFL on all channels
    Channel Level Control 100mm faders
    Trim/Gain Control Sealed Rotary Potentiometers
    Phantom Power +48V Phantom Power (all mono channels)
    Metering 3 Color quasi peak meters
    Frequency Response 20Hz to 50kHz +/-0.5dB
    Dynamic Range Not Specified By Manufacturer
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio (22Hz to 22kHz unweighted)
    Mic EIN with 150ohm source: -128dB
    Residual output noise main outputs: < -96dBu
    Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) THD + Noise (mic In +14dB gain): < 0.003%
    Power Supply External RPS11 linear, IEC input
    Input for second RPS11 as backup supply
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 55 x 6.7 x 25.6" (1398 x 168 x 650mm)
    Weight 90.2 lbs (41kg)

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