The most cost effective iPad or Android controllalble mixer currently available!
The Ui16 provides never before control and storable scene functions in a simple easy to use compact device. Suitable for medium sized bands or anywhere cost effective recall able remote control audio mixing is required.
Both mixers offer 31-band graphic EQ, noise gate and compressor on all outputs, plus real-time frequency analyser (RTA) on inputs and outputs. Built in are three dedicated Lexicon FX busses: Reverb, Delay and Chorus. In addition, mixer controls include Subgroups, Mute groups and View groups, among others. The Ui Series mixers feature full Show/Snapshot recallability with channel recall safes. while security lockout features allow customization of device access to only specific functions and mixes if needed. Both mixers also offer independent network interfaces on board for simultaneous control by Wi-Fi and Ethernet, plus a floor-ready rugged chassis for live applications.
The Ui16 boasts eight XLR combo mic/line inputs, four XLR mic inputs, two channels of Hi- Z/instrument inputs, as well as a stereo RCA line input. A 2-channel USB media player is included, along with four balanced XLR Aux outputs, two quarter-inch headphone outputs with level control, plus balanced stereo XLR and quarter-inch main outputs. Two-channel USB audio playback is compatible with MP3, WAV and AIFF formats, and 2-channel USB Record direct-to-memory devices functionality is possible as well. The Ui16 also has an HDMI display connection output.
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Feature Packed (Staff Review)By: Mark Van Welie on 21 January 2016Mackie started it all with the compact remote controlled digital mixer, now Soundcraft have come along and stunned the opposition with the Ui Series Digital Mixers with even more features. These mixers have built in Wifi and can be run by Android, PC or IOS. The killer feature is the feedback destroyer on all outputs. They are great for small bands, acoustic acts, churches, DJ's, home karaoke etc. The Soundcraft Ui Mixer was actually designed by an Australian company called S&M Pro.