Allen & Heath Qu-Pac
16-Input, 32-Channel Rackmount Digital Mixer

OUR PART #  QU-PAC


The Allen & Heath Qu-Pac takes the power and quality of their Qu family of digital mixers and shrinks it into a compact desk- / rack-mount format. The Qu-Pac allows you to mix from your iPad, though its full functions can also be accessed from the front panel and touchscreen.

With custom settings and Cat5 expansion up to 38 inputs, Qu-Pac provides a scalable, fail-safe solution for bands, schools, hotels, corporate events, live music bars, conferences, personal mixing and many more scenarios that require a pro mixing solution in a tiny footprint.

User permissions and the customizable Qu-Control screen make Qu-Pac convenient and safe for day-to-day use by non-technical staff.

Add the Qu-Pad iPad app to your Qu setup and you're free to adjust the monitors on stage, roam around the venue while tweaking the PA, and then mix the show from the heart of the audience. Qu-Pad connects to the mixer over Wi-Fi* and gives instant access to all live mixing parameters and settings.
*Requires the connection of a Wi-Fi router or access point to the Qu Network port.

The Qu-Pac's 5", 800 x 480, 16 million color Touchscreen and its dedicated data encoder form the heart of the Qu interface, providing fast and easy access to all settings. The user-friendly interface has been designed with clarity in mind. Dedicated keys and screen tabs quickly guide you to meter and RTA views, FX racks, channel processing, USB audio control, scenes, setup menus, and more.

The Qu-Control key brings up a fully customizable screen which gives access to channels and settings tailored to the user and application. Several widgets can be assigned to the page, including channel levels, mutes, and assignment on/off switches. They can be arranged to suit the user requirement, for example as a source selection and level control of background music to one or multiple zones.

Allen & Heath's AnalogiQ total recall preamps feature zero crossing detection and an advanced padless 1dB step gain stage, closely allied to the DSP for optimal gain accuracy and audio transparency. The analog signal is captured by high-class, low latency 24-bit analog-to-digital converters matched to high-quality 24-bit digital-to-analog converters to deliver the required outputs. The AnalogiQ design has been refined to offer superb transparency, minimal distortion and an ultra-low noise floor, with a warm, musical sound that is missing from some digital consoles.

Qu mixers are self-contained, so if you've already got the analog cables, you're good to go. If you're thinking of trading in the copper multicore for a Cat5 digital snake, Qu's dSNAKE port has you future-proofed, allowing connection to a combination of AR2412, AR84 or portable AB168 AudioRacks.

dSNAKE is Allen & Heath's proprietary networking solution, boasting a transport latency of only 105us over cable runs of up to 390 ft (120 m). So if you're mixing FoH, you can place your I/O on the stage and run a single Cat5 cable back to the Qu mixer in the mix position.

Qu's dynamics and FX algorithms are derived from the FX used in Allen & Heath's iLive pro touring series. Some of the world's most respected audio engineers have chosen to use iLive's FX on tour in preference to top-end plug-ins and external FX units. All Qu models boast 4 stereo iLive FX engines, featuring lovingly crafted emulations of legendary classic reverbs, gated reverbs, delays, modulators, flangers and more.

The FX library has the ability to grow with future firmware releases. FX are returned to the mix on dedicated return channels, so you're not tying up your mono and stereo input channels. Each Stereo FX Return has a dedicated 4-band parametric EQ.

Qu's built-in interface streams multitrack audio to your Mac or PC via a flexible patching system: all Input channels and the Main LR can be recorded at the same time, or you may choose to record something different such as FX returns or a pair of mixes.

The returns from the computer can be assigned to the Input channels. The interface is class-compliant on Mac OS X and drivers are available for Windows systems. Either way, it will be recognized by any DAW supporting ASIO or Core Audio, including Logic, Cubase, Reaper, and Pro Tools.

Forget soundcard drivers and software setup, Qu has an integrated multitrack USB recorder, providing 18 channels of 48 kHz, 24-bit recording and playback straight to / from your USB hard drive. Capturing multitrack recordings of your shows has never been so easy. Mixes and FX returns can be recorded alongside channels, and multitrack audio can be played back to the mixer for virtual sound-checks.

An independent set of controls is provided for quick stereo recording of the main LR or other mix outputs, and a 2-track USB return can be routed to ST3 for playback of stereo WAV files such as walk-in music.

An advanced yet easy to use Channel Ducker is available on every channel. It can be inserted on the fly on any number of Inputs and Stereo Groups, providing auto signal attenuation and then gently restoring the level to aid the operator in endless applications: reduce the level of background music when a single microphone or mic mix is in use, for example during live announcements, or give a chairman microphone priority over others. Setup is a breeze, with the option to share Ducker settings across multiple channels when in Gang mode.

Qu mixers are equipped with 5 cores of high-efficiency ARM core processing, with dedicated ARM cores running the touchscreen display and surface, USB streaming, Qu-Drive multi-channel USB recording / playback, and Ethernet. Between them, the ARM cores provide state-of-the-art processing, working in parallel to deliver extensive control, instant-on operation, and lightning-fast response.

The mixer's DSP farm exploits next-generation dual-core DSPs. With plenty of DSP power under the hood the channel processing is only using a fraction of capacity, so Qu is future-proofed, with ample room for updates and extra functionality.

The DSP architecture employs varied bit depths, tailored to specific algorithms, with 48 bits on critical EQ functions and a 56-bit accumulator on the mix bus where it really counts, allowing every nuance of the audio to be captured in the final mix.

Qu mixers are fully compatible with Allen & Heath's ME Personal Mixing System. Any number of ME-1 personal mixers can be chained from the dSNAKE port (or from an AR2412 / AB168 AudioRack, if you've got one connected to the dSNAKE port). Each performer can be given tailored control over their own mix, leaving the engineer free to focus on the audience experience.

Allen & Heath Qu-Pac Features:

  • 16 acclaimed AnaLOGIQ recallable preamps
  • 16 onboard Mic / Line Inputs (XLR / TRS)
  • Expandable up to 38 inputs via dSNAKE
  • 3 Stereo Inputs (TRS)
  • 32 Mono + 3 Stereo Input Channels
  • 12 onboard Mix Outputs (XLR)
  • 4 Stereo Groups
  • 2 Stereo Matrix Outs
  • AES Digital Out
  • 4 DCA Groups
  • 4 Mute Groups
  • Qu-Pad iPad App for all live mixing controls
  • Qu-You iPhone App for personal monitoring
  • Qu-Drive direct Multitrack Recording / Playback on USB drives
  • 15 Soft Keys
  • 16 Custom Select keys
  • Qu-Control custom screen to suit application
  • 4 FX Engines
  • 4 FX Sends / Returns
  • 32 x 32 USB Audio Interface
  • 5" Touchscreen
  • iLive FX Library
  • Compatible with ME Personal Mixing System
  • Trim, polarity, HPF, gate, insert / ducker, 4-band PEQ, compressor and delay on all Inputs
  • Insert, 4-band PEQ, 1/3 octave GEQ, compressor and delay on all Mix outputs
  • Built-in Signal Generator
  • RTA with Peak Band indication

Allen & Heath Qu-Pac Specifications:

  • Inputs:
    • Mic/Line Inputs: Balanced, XLR and 1/4" TRS jack, fully recallable
      • Input Sensitivity (XLR/TRS):  -60 to +5dBu / -50 to +15dBu
      • Analog Gain:  -5 to +60dB, 1dB steps
      • Maximum Input Level (XLR/TRS):  +19dBu / +29dBu
      • Input Impedance (XLR/TRS):  > 5 kOhms / > 10 kOhms
      • THD+N, Unity Gain 0dB:  0.0005% -89dBu (20Hz-20kHz, Direct Out @ 0dBu 1 kHz)
      • THD+N, Mid Gain +30dB: 0.001% -83dBu (20Hz-20kHz, Direct Out @ 0dBu 1 kHz)
    • Stereo Line Inputs:
      • ST1, ST2 Connector:  Balanced, 1/4" TRS jack, half normalled
      • ST3 Connector:  Unbalanced, stereo 3.5mm mini jack
      • Input Sensitivity (ST1, ST2 / ST3):  Nominal +4dBu / 0dBu
      • Trim:  +/- 24dB
      • Maximum Input Level (ST1, ST2 / ST3):  +22dBu / +18dBu
      • Input Impedance:  > 7 kOhms
  • Outputs:
    • Mix 1-10 and LR Out:  Balanced, XLR
    • Group and Matrix Out:
      • Output Impedance:  < 75 Ohms
      • Nominal Output:  +4dBu = 0dB meter reading
      • Maximum Output Level:  +22dBu
      • Residual Output Noise:  -90dBu (muted, 20Hz-20kHz)
    • Stereo Alt Out & 2 TRK Out:  Balanced, 1/4" TRS jack
      • Source (Alt Output / 2TRK Output):  Patchable / LR post-fade
      • Output Impedance:  < 75 Ohms
      • Nominal Output:  +4dBu = 0dB meter reading
      • Maximum Output Level:  +22dBu
      • Residual Output Noise:  -90dBu (muted, 20Hz-20kHz)
  • System:
    • Dynamic Range:  112dB
    • Frequency Response:  +0 / -0.5dB 20Hz-20kHz
    • Headroom:  +18dB
    • Internal Operating Level:  0dBu
    • dBFS Alignment:  +18dBu = 0dBFS (+22dBu at XLR output)
    • Meter Calibration:  0dB meter = -18dBFS (+4dBu at XLR out)
    • Meter Peak Indication:  -3dBFS (+19dBu at XLR out), multi-point sensing
    • Meter Signal Indication:  -48dBFS (-26dBu at XLR out)

NOTE:  For full specifications on this product, please refer to the attached Data Sheet under the Documentation Tab.

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Allen & Heath Qu-Pac
16-Input, 32-Channel Rackmount Digital Mixer

OUR PART #  QU-PAC

Product Information:

The Allen & Heath Qu-Pac takes the power and quality of their Qu family of digital mixers and shrinks it into a compact desk- / rack-mount format. The Qu-Pac allows you to mix from your iPad, though its full functions can also be accessed from the front panel and touchscreen.

With custom settings and Cat5 expansion up to 38 inputs, Qu-Pac provides a scalable, fail-safe solution for bands, schools, hotels, corporate events, live music bars, conferences, personal mixing and many more scenarios that require a pro mixing solution in a tiny footprint.

User permissions and the customizable Qu-Control screen make Qu-Pac convenient and safe for day-to-day use by non-technical staff.

Add the Qu-Pad iPad app to your Qu setup and you're free to adjust the monitors on stage, roam around the venue while tweaking the PA, and then mix the show from the heart of the audience. Qu-Pad connects to the mixer over Wi-Fi* and gives instant access to all live mixing parameters and settings.
*Requires the connection of a Wi-Fi router or access point to the Qu Network port.

The Qu-Pac's 5", 800 x 480, 16 million color Touchscreen and its dedicated data encoder form the heart of the Qu interface, providing fast and easy access to all settings. The user-friendly interface has been designed with clarity in mind. Dedicated keys and screen tabs quickly guide you to meter and RTA views, FX racks, channel processing, USB audio control, scenes, setup menus, and more.

The Qu-Control key brings up a fully customizable screen which gives access to channels and settings tailored to the user and application. Several widgets can be assigned to the page, including channel levels, mutes, and assignment on/off switches. They can be arranged to suit the user requirement, for example as a source selection and level control of background music to one or multiple zones.

Allen & Heath's AnalogiQ total recall preamps feature zero crossing detection and an advanced padless 1dB step gain stage, closely allied to the DSP for optimal gain accuracy and audio transparency. The analog signal is captured by high-class, low latency 24-bit analog-to-digital converters matched to high-quality 24-bit digital-to-analog converters to deliver the required outputs. The AnalogiQ design has been refined to offer superb transparency, minimal distortion and an ultra-low noise floor, with a warm, musical sound that is missing from some digital consoles.

Qu mixers are self-contained, so if you've already got the analog cables, you're good to go. If you're thinking of trading in the copper multicore for a Cat5 digital snake, Qu's dSNAKE port has you future-proofed, allowing connection to a combination of AR2412, AR84 or portable AB168 AudioRacks.

dSNAKE is Allen & Heath's proprietary networking solution, boasting a transport latency of only 105us over cable runs of up to 390 ft (120 m). So if you're mixing FoH, you can place your I/O on the stage and run a single Cat5 cable back to the Qu mixer in the mix position.

Qu's dynamics and FX algorithms are derived from the FX used in Allen & Heath's iLive pro touring series. Some of the world's most respected audio engineers have chosen to use iLive's FX on tour in preference to top-end plug-ins and external FX units. All Qu models boast 4 stereo iLive FX engines, featuring lovingly crafted emulations of legendary classic reverbs, gated reverbs, delays, modulators, flangers and more.

The FX library has the ability to grow with future firmware releases. FX are returned to the mix on dedicated return channels, so you're not tying up your mono and stereo input channels. Each Stereo FX Return has a dedicated 4-band parametric EQ.

Qu's built-in interface streams multitrack audio to your Mac or PC via a flexible patching system: all Input channels and the Main LR can be recorded at the same time, or you may choose to record something different such as FX returns or a pair of mixes.

The returns from the computer can be assigned to the Input channels. The interface is class-compliant on Mac OS X and drivers are available for Windows systems. Either way, it will be recognized by any DAW supporting ASIO or Core Audio, including Logic, Cubase, Reaper, and Pro Tools.

Forget soundcard drivers and software setup, Qu has an integrated multitrack USB recorder, providing 18 channels of 48 kHz, 24-bit recording and playback straight to / from your USB hard drive. Capturing multitrack recordings of your shows has never been so easy. Mixes and FX returns can be recorded alongside channels, and multitrack audio can be played back to the mixer for virtual sound-checks.

An independent set of controls is provided for quick stereo recording of the main LR or other mix outputs, and a 2-track USB return can be routed to ST3 for playback of stereo WAV files such as walk-in music.

An advanced yet easy to use Channel Ducker is available on every channel. It can be inserted on the fly on any number of Inputs and Stereo Groups, providing auto signal attenuation and then gently restoring the level to aid the operator in endless applications: reduce the level of background music when a single microphone or mic mix is in use, for example during live announcements, or give a chairman microphone priority over others. Setup is a breeze, with the option to share Ducker settings across multiple channels when in Gang mode.

Qu mixers are equipped with 5 cores of high-efficiency ARM core processing, with dedicated ARM cores running the touchscreen display and surface, USB streaming, Qu-Drive multi-channel USB recording / playback, and Ethernet. Between them, the ARM cores provide state-of-the-art processing, working in parallel to deliver extensive control, instant-on operation, and lightning-fast response.

The mixer's DSP farm exploits next-generation dual-core DSPs. With plenty of DSP power under the hood the channel processing is only using a fraction of capacity, so Qu is future-proofed, with ample room for updates and extra functionality.

The DSP architecture employs varied bit depths, tailored to specific algorithms, with 48 bits on critical EQ functions and a 56-bit accumulator on the mix bus where it really counts, allowing every nuance of the audio to be captured in the final mix.

Qu mixers are fully compatible with Allen & Heath's ME Personal Mixing System. Any number of ME-1 personal mixers can be chained from the dSNAKE port (or from an AR2412 / AB168 AudioRack, if you've got one connected to the dSNAKE port). Each performer can be given tailored control over their own mix, leaving the engineer free to focus on the audience experience.

Allen & Heath Qu-Pac Features:

  • 16 acclaimed AnaLOGIQ recallable preamps
  • 16 onboard Mic / Line Inputs (XLR / TRS)
  • Expandable up to 38 inputs via dSNAKE
  • 3 Stereo Inputs (TRS)
  • 32 Mono + 3 Stereo Input Channels
  • 12 onboard Mix Outputs (XLR)
  • 4 Stereo Groups
  • 2 Stereo Matrix Outs
  • AES Digital Out
  • 4 DCA Groups
  • 4 Mute Groups
  • Qu-Pad iPad App for all live mixing controls
  • Qu-You iPhone App for personal monitoring
  • Qu-Drive direct Multitrack Recording / Playback on USB drives
  • 15 Soft Keys
  • 16 Custom Select keys
  • Qu-Control custom screen to suit application
  • 4 FX Engines
  • 4 FX Sends / Returns
  • 32 x 32 USB Audio Interface
  • 5" Touchscreen
  • iLive FX Library
  • Compatible with ME Personal Mixing System
  • Trim, polarity, HPF, gate, insert / ducker, 4-band PEQ, compressor and delay on all Inputs
  • Insert, 4-band PEQ, 1/3 octave GEQ, compressor and delay on all Mix outputs
  • Built-in Signal Generator
  • RTA with Peak Band indication

Allen & Heath Qu-Pac Specifications:

  • Inputs:
    • Mic/Line Inputs: Balanced, XLR and 1/4" TRS jack, fully recallable
      • Input Sensitivity (XLR/TRS):  -60 to +5dBu / -50 to +15dBu
      • Analog Gain:  -5 to +60dB, 1dB steps
      • Maximum Input Level (XLR/TRS):  +19dBu / +29dBu
      • Input Impedance (XLR/TRS):  > 5 kOhms / > 10 kOhms
      • THD+N, Unity Gain 0dB:  0.0005% -89dBu (20Hz-20kHz, Direct Out @ 0dBu 1 kHz)
      • THD+N, Mid Gain +30dB: 0.001% -83dBu (20Hz-20kHz, Direct Out @ 0dBu 1 kHz)
    • Stereo Line Inputs:
      • ST1, ST2 Connector:  Balanced, 1/4" TRS jack, half normalled
      • ST3 Connector:  Unbalanced, stereo 3.5mm mini jack
      • Input Sensitivity (ST1, ST2 / ST3):  Nominal +4dBu / 0dBu
      • Trim:  +/- 24dB
      • Maximum Input Level (ST1, ST2 / ST3):  +22dBu / +18dBu
      • Input Impedance:  > 7 kOhms
  • Outputs:
    • Mix 1-10 and LR Out:  Balanced, XLR
    • Group and Matrix Out:
      • Output Impedance:  < 75 Ohms
      • Nominal Output:  +4dBu = 0dB meter reading
      • Maximum Output Level:  +22dBu
      • Residual Output Noise:  -90dBu (muted, 20Hz-20kHz)
    • Stereo Alt Out & 2 TRK Out:  Balanced, 1/4" TRS jack
      • Source (Alt Output / 2TRK Output):  Patchable / LR post-fade
      • Output Impedance:  < 75 Ohms
      • Nominal Output:  +4dBu = 0dB meter reading
      • Maximum Output Level:  +22dBu
      • Residual Output Noise:  -90dBu (muted, 20Hz-20kHz)
  • System:
    • Dynamic Range:  112dB
    • Frequency Response:  +0 / -0.5dB 20Hz-20kHz
    • Headroom:  +18dB
    • Internal Operating Level:  0dBu
    • dBFS Alignment:  +18dBu = 0dBFS (+22dBu at XLR output)
    • Meter Calibration:  0dB meter = -18dBFS (+4dBu at XLR out)
    • Meter Peak Indication:  -3dBFS (+19dBu at XLR out), multi-point sensing
    • Meter Signal Indication:  -48dBFS (-26dBu at XLR out)

NOTE:  For full specifications on this product, please refer to the attached Data Sheet under the Documentation Tab.

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