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Allen & Heath Ships The First iLive-T Digital Mixing System
“The response to iLive-T has been unprecedented and production is now flat out to fulfill orders,” explains Managing Director Glenn Rogers. “In all my years in the pro audio industry I’ve rarely seen a reaction to a new product like this.”
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The first iLive-T system – destined for PT Santika, Allen & Heath’s Indonesian distributor – with A&H team members: (l-r) ACE interface system designer, Jeff Simpson; mic preamp designer, Simon Trethewey; MD, Glenn Rogers; test engineer, Mark Keatley; production manager, Gary Goss; and test development engineer, Andrew Wearne.

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Allen & Heath has shipped the first batch of the new iLive-T digital mixing systems.

The iLiveT was launched last month at Winter NAMM 2009, and the British manufacturer has been overwhelmed as distributors have placed orders months in advance to cope with demand.

“The response to iLive-T has been unprecedented and production is now flat out to fulfill orders,” explains Managing Director Glenn Rogers. “In all my years in the pro audio industry I’ve rarely seen a reaction to a new product like this.”

Manufacturing is scheduled to produce 50 systems in February with 100 per month thereafter. All systems are manufactured at Allen & Heath’s factory in Penryn, Cornwall.

Evolved from the successful flagship iLive digital range, the iLive-T Series has all the performance and power of the original iLive in a lightweight, affordable package.

The T Series comprises the fixed I/O iDR-32 and iDR-48 MixRacks and iLive-T80 and iLive-T112 Surface options, which are connected by a single CAT5 cable using Allen & Heath’s proprietary ACE link.

Each rack can be used with either control surface, and all models will be compatible with the existing iLive units.

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