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CTW InfoComm 2014 Coverage: Allen & Heath Que32 Digital Mixer

Allen & Heath introduced the Que line of digital mixers a while back, and now they've added the Que 32. As the name suggests, it has 32 mic preamps, with 32 faders (plus master), so there are no layers. Well, sort of. Auxes, DCAs and FX are on another layer. It has a 7" touchscreen and some other cool recording/playback features. It looks like a square shot at the X32 from where we sit.

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Church Tech Weekly Episode 202: I've Got A Yeti

It's our InfoComm 2014 Wrap Up episode. Hear about all the cool products we saw in Vegas at InfoComm. We cover the gamut, from lights, to LED walls to audio gear and more. 

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CTW InfoComm 2014 Coverage: Audinate Dante Via

Most of us are familiar with Dante, the flexible audio network and transport protocol. They have now introduced Via. Via removes the dedicated hardware limitation of Dante and lets any input, output or even software on your computer become a transmitter or receiver for Dante. Plenty of great applications for this; the only downside is it won't be out until year's end.

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CTW InfoComm 2014 Coverage: Shure QLX-D Wireless System

On the heels of the successful ULX-D line, Shure unveils the new QLX-D. Though it's missing a few features from it's big brother (namely Dante outputs), it's a solid offering. Considering a system with metal body packs or metal handhelds (no plastic!) will come in around $1100-1400 per channel, it's a great alternative.

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