Allen & Heath GLD-AR2412

Main AudioRack Remote Unit for Allen & Heath GLD digital mixing system
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The Allen & Heath GLD-AR2412 is the Main AudioRack for the company's GLD digital mixing system. The GLD-AR2412 includes 24 XLR inputs and 12 XLR outputs and connects to the GLD-80 digital mixer via inexpensive and readily available Cat 5 cable running Allen & Heath's dSNAKE protocol, allowing the GLD-AR2412 to be positioned up to 400' from the GLD-80. dSNAKE provides control to the remote mic preamps in the GLD-AR2412; all are scene recallable. For larger configurations, a GLD-AR84 Expander AudioRack may be connected to the GLD-AR2412 to add an additional eight XLR inputs and 4 XLR outputs.

Allen & Heath GLD-AR2412 AudioRack Features at a Glance:
  • This is required for full functionality of your GLD-80 digital mixer!
  • May be placed onstage and run to FOH with up to 400' of Cat 5 cable
  • Provides flexibility in the configuration of your live sound system
  • 24 XLR mic/line inputs (with phantom power); 12 XLR line outputs
Complete your GLD digital mixing system with the Allen & Heath GLD-AR2412!

Additional Media

GLD Series Spec Sheet
GLD Series User Manual
Live Mixer Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number GLD-AR2412

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Awesome Preamps - Need 1/4 In's,

The AR-2412 is a very nice, well built, great sounding unit, The A&H preamps really sound beautiful. It's a solid five star piece of equipment but when you consider that every high end snake made the past 10 years has combo 1/4 / XLR inputs, I have to think that the omission of these connectors was either a glaring oversight or a shortsighted cost-cutting move. I bet V 2.0 has them... they're not necessary but it sure would have made things a little easier.
Music background: Professional Musician
See also: Allen & Heath, Allen & Heath Optional Mixer I/O, Allen & Heath Optional Mixer I/O