Allen&Heath ZED i10

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derado
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Allen&Heath ZED i10

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Hi all,

I am a newbie here and hope that someone can help me to make a decision.

I am considering to buy Allen&Heath ZED i10. Does anybody know if it will work on Linux? I have seen that ZED 18 works https://wiki.linuxaudio.org/hw/allen-heath_zed18 but I am not sure if ZEDi 10 will work as well.

Many thanks,
Dejan

stanlea
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Re: Allen&Heath ZED i10

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Coinsider that the usb connection is limited to 2 channels on the zed series.

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Re: Allen&Heath ZED i10

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Take from Zedi-10 technical datasheet available on their website
The mixer shall have a 4in/4out USB Audio Interface which will allow for a total channel count of ten. The audio interface shall operate at 24 bit/96kHz as standard, be class compliant for Mac and iOS devices and be compatible with Windows.
As they speak of class compliant and on the site there are no drivers for mac oe ios i presume it just works as usb-audio device.
I don't have that device, so i can't say for sure.

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Re: Allen&Heath ZED i10

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So this is the zed -i and it is an enhanced version of the zed, having a wider usb connection. So you'll have 4 in / 4 out which is better but still a bit limited with 10 analog in. If you don't want to record more than 4 sources simultaneously, it's ok. It is indeed class compliant, so it should work.

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Re: Allen&Heath ZED i10

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Thanks a lot, you helped me indeed

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