By PSW Staff • October 9, 2017 Allen & Heath's dLive C Class C3500 surface and CDM64 MixRack, dLive MixPad and OneMix apps, Xone-PX5 DJ mixer. Allen & Heath announces that its dLive C Class digital mixing system, dLive MixPad and OneMix apps and Xone:PX5 DJ mixer have been nominated for the 2018 TEC Awards. Presented annually by the NAMM Foundation at The NAMM Show, The TEC Awards have been called the “Oscars of the pro audio and sound recording industry” recognizing technical innovations, individuals and companies behind the sound of recordings, live performances, films, television, video games and multi-media. Nominated for “Large Format Console Technology,” dLive C Class offers three new surfaces and MixRacks, creating a digital mixing experience in a compact form. Nominated for “Audio Apps and Hardware”, the MixPad, a front of house or monitor engineer’s mixing tool, and OneMix, a personal monitor mixing app, enable versatile wireless control of a dLive digital mixing system. Nominated for “DJ Production Technology,” the Xone:PX5 DJ mixer combines an analog with digital connectivity and an FX suite tailored for DJ performance. Allen & Heath USA marketing manager Jeff Hawley says, “Allen & Heath is honored to receive three TEC Awards nominations for 2018. We are grateful to the NAMM Foundation and will continue to strive for technical excellence and unequaled customer support for all of our products.” The 33rd Annual NAMM TEC Awards will be held Saturday, January 28, 2018, in the Hilton Pacific Ballroom, Anaheim, California. Tickets for the awards ceremony may be purchased here. Allen & Heath 2018 TEC Awards Tagged with: Allen & Heath Announcements Apps Awards Consoles DJ Mixers NAMM Software Tec · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound.