Allen Heath ME-1 Personal Monitor Mixer for
Vendor: Allen & Heath
Surely this ALLEN HEATH ME-1 is the great deal of experience, worth having personal monitor mixer, that can get on the market, satisfying those with the most demanding ears for great music experience by giving precision control over up to 40 channels.
16 Backlit Keys
In those ALLEN HEATH ME-1 keys each can be allocated by your choice whether to a stereo source (e.g. bass guitar) or to a single mono or to a group of source (e.g. the whole drumkit).
16 User Presets
Key assignments, mutes, levels and pans all of them can be recalled at the touch of a button or be stored. Presets can also be recalled on any ALLEN HEATH ME-1 unit and stored to USB.
Each performer can use different group without using or consuming buses on the main console because, within the ALLEN HEATH ME-1 the sources can be grouped.
Custom names for all channels and groups can be displayed in ALLEN HEATH ME-1. SQ mixer or ALLEN HEATH ME-1 connected to a dLive automatically choose name from the console.
Built-in Ambient Mic
Without the need to pull out the ear pieces, the ambient mic keeps performers connected with the stage sound and give them the continuous capability to hear the audience and keep in touch and communicate with each other.
Which ME is right for ME?
Although superficially similar, ME-1 and ME-500 are quite different solutions for different types of users and scenarios. For resident artists (such as a broadcast house band or church praise band), shows with high channel counts and plenty of rehearsal time, ME-1 allows the engineer to configure each unit to perfectly reflect each artist’s tastes and needs. For budget-conscious or low channel count applications, or for more impromptu scenarios where the engineer and artists have very limited soundcheck time (festivals being the typical example), ME-500 is a great solution for getting the show up and running with minimum fuss.
ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be directly connected to any available ME, SLink, dSnake or Monitor port in an Allen & Heath digital mixing system. Multiple ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be daisy-chained with all mixers powered via external PSU.
The ME-U hub can be connected to any available ME, SLink, dSnake or Monitor port in an Allen & Heath digital mixing system. ME-1 and ME-500 mixers connected directly to the ME-U are powered via PoE. Additional ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be daisy-chained and powered via external PSU. Multiple ME-U hubs can be daisy-chained together if more than 10 ports are required.
ME 3rd Party Options
The ME-U hub can be fitted with a Dante or MADI option card enabling the connection of 3rd party digital mixing systems.
ME-1 and ME-500 mixers connected directly to the ME-U are powered via PoE. Additional ME-1 and ME-500 mixers can be daisy-chained and powered via external PSU. Multiple ME-U hubs can be daisy-chained together if more than 10 ports are required.
ME-1 and ME-500 can be used as drop-in replacements for older AVIOM® A-16ii units.
DiGiCo and ME
The DMI-ME option card enables selected DiGiCo consoles to send up to 40 channels to a ME system. See the DiGiCo website for more details.
- 40 Inputs with level and pan control
- Dimmable OLED screen
- 16 Assignable keys
- 3.5mm and 1/4” headphone outputs
- Master 3 band EQ and Limiter
- Solo and Mute keys
- Aux Input for MP3 players, click tracks etc
- Built-in signal generator
- Mic stand bracket and headphone hanger included
- Mains or PoE powered
- Daisy chain or use standard PoE Ethernet hubs
- Power Mains: 100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz In, 12 VDC 1.25 A Out Power over CAT5 Cable (PoE): 10 W (Requires 13 W from PoE hub)
- Dimensions (W x D x H) 8.9 x 5.9 x 2.2" (225 x 150 x 55 mm)
- Weight 2.0 lb (900 g) including phones hook