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The Allen and Heath ME-1 Personal Mixer is designed to give individual musicians, performers, and presenters the freedom to control their own tailored monitor mixes for use on stage or in houses of worship, rehearsal rooms, studios, conferences, or live events.
This standalone digital personal mixer receives input from up to 40 sources via a single CAT5 cable (sold separately) from the main console (sold separately) and mixes these to a stereo and mono output to drive headphones, in-ear monitors, loudspeakers, or other monitoring devices over 3.5mm or 1/4" outputs. The mixer features a simple user interface with intuitive, clear visual feedback, and custom naming system.
This mixer is the cornerstone of the ME Personal Mixing System (sold separately) and is ready to use with the Allen & Heath iLive and GLD series Digital Mixers. It is complemented by the ME-U Hub (sold separately), which opens up the benefits of ME to users of other professional digital mixers via the Dante AVB-Ready Audio Networking Solution, EtherSound Audio Network Card, or MADI Audio Plug-In Card (all sold separately).
It also has an Aviom compatibility mode for use with Aviom Pro16 systems. You can eliminate the need to use up main console buses by grouping the 40 channels within the mixer to simplify control for each musician. You can assign as few or as many of the 16 keys as needed to control the mix.
16 Assignable Backlit User Keys
Makes the mixer controls visible in the dark and allows for flexible customizable single-button control over groups or single sources (mono or stereo)
16 User Presets
Stores and recalls level, pan, mute, and key assignments at the push of the button with the option of saving preset parameters to a USB key for use with other units
Enables mixing up to 40 sources with only 16 keys
Provides a dimmable clear display of level and pan for the selected source, system setup, and information menus and a highly responsive stereo signal meter
Displays custom names for all channels and groups and automatically names sources from stream when connected to an Allen & Heath GLD system using dSNAKE (both sold separately), it does the work for you by automatically picking up source names from the stream.
Rotary Control Knob
Navigates all of the mixer's commonly used functions and menus, including the input control of level and pan, group control of master level, level/pan for each member of the group, control of master EQ and limiter, and the global trim
Master Level and Key
Provides dedicated control and access to the master 3-band EQ and limiter settings
Built-In Ambient Mic
The ambient mic keeps the musicians in touch with the stage sound and lets them hear the audience and communicate with each other without the need to pull out their ear pieces. The local mic level is independent of the master level control
Solo and Mute Keys
Solos or mutes individual sources, groups, or masters
Protects system setup, standby mode, and stored presets from accidental changes
Provides 3.5mm and 1/4" headphone outputs with a powerful, discrete amplifier design
Provides stereo input for local sources such as MP3 players or click tracks
Utilizes etherCON connectors for daisy chaining or star topology using the ME-U Hub (sold separately) or off-the-shelf Ethernet switches for any number of ME-1 Mixers.
Provides powered via a CAT5 cable (sold separately) using a PoE switch or the ME-U Hub (sold separately), or mains using the included power supply
Provides firmware updates, archiving / transferring individual presets or the full configuration, or charging portable devices
Free Standing or Surface Mounted
Enables mounting the unit on top of a mic stand with the built-in 3/8" insert or mounting on the side of the stand with the supplied bracket
GLD System and ME-1 Mixer Compatibility
Connects to the monitor port on the AR2412 Main AudioRack or any other available dSNAKE or Expander port in a GLD system (sold separately). Channel names and stereo linking are automatically picked up from the digital stream. Off-the-shelf Ethernet switches (sold separately) can be used for star topology connection of the ME-1 mixer. If the switch supports PoE, the mixer unit can be conveniently powered via the CAT5 cable, thus removing the need for local PSUs
Daisy Chaining and Parallel Connection
Expands mixer functionality by allowing multiple units to be connected in a daisy chain or in parallel using an Ethernet switch
In the Box
Allen & Heath ME-1 Personal Mixer
DC Power Supply
Microphone Stand Side-Mounting Bracket
Limited 1-Year Warranty on Parts & Labor
Table of Contents
40 Inputs (CAT5), Stereo Aux, ambient mic
2 x stereo (Line or Headphones), mono line out
Input: Level, Mute, Pan, Solo, Trim All
Master: Level, Mute, 3-band EQ, Limiter
Group: Level, Mute, Level/Pan for sources within a Group
16; up to 40 sources assignable
16; Store input levels, Mutes, Pans, Key assign, Names, Group sources
Stores setup and all presets
Channels, Keys, Unit, Presets, Configuration
USB: Individual presets or config transfer, firmware update
Audio and PoE: Link In and Link Out, locking etherCON connectors
Stereo 1/4" and 3.5 mm jacks
Headphones: 300 mW + 300 mW into 100 Ω load <
Maximum +21 dBu
Balanced TRS jack
Nominal 0 dBu, maximum +18 dBu
Stereo 3.5 mm jack
Nominal -8 dBu, Maximum +10 dBu
Input Impedance >10 kΩ
24-bit Delta/Sigma, 48 kHz
Residual Output Noise
48 kHz -95 dBu (Level down, 20 to 20 kHz)
+0/-1 dB, 10 Hz to 20 kHz
Mains: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz In, 12 VDC 1.25 A Out
Power over CAT5 Cable (PoE): 10 W (Requires 13 W from PoE hub)