Knowledgebase: ZED Series
Differences between ZED-10 or ZED-10FX and the ZEDi-10 or ZEDi-10FX
Posted by Keith Johnson, Last modified by Keith Johnson on 04 January 2021 02:31 PM

There are many similarities between these mixers, so the following tables show only the main differences.


 

ZED-10

ZEDi-10

Master level

Rotary potentiometer

60mm Fader

Mono ch EQ

3-band with adjustable mid freq

3-band all fixed freq

HiZ inputs

Ch 3&4, high gain switch on rear

Ch 1&2, line/HiZ circuit (no switch)

Mono Jack inputs

Interrupts XLR input

Switchable XLR/Jack

Stereo inputs

ST1 includes RCA option

-

Playback input

Separate USB or playback channel

ST3 for USB return ch 3&4

Main mix insert

2 x TRS Jack insert points

-

USB interface

2 in + 2 out, 44.1 or 48kHz

4 in + 4 out, 44.1 to 96kHz

Record routing

Stereo ‘Record’ bus with ch switches

4ch with input/bus options on ch 3&4

Record outputs

Stereo RCA and USB

USB

Chassis

Metal w/plastic cheeks

Metal top/back with plastic chassis


 

ZED-10FX

ZEDi-10FX

Master level

Rotary potentiometer

60mm Fader

Mono ch EQ

3-band with adjustable mid freq

3-band all fixed freq

HiZ inputs

Ch 3&4, high gain switch on rear

Ch 1&2, line/HiZ circuit (no switch)

Mono Jack inputs

Interrupts XLR input

Switchable XLR/Jack

Stereo inputs

ST1 includes RCA option

-

Playback input

Separate USB or playback channel

ST3 for USB return ch 3&4

Main mix insert

2 x TRS Jack insert points

-

USB interface

2 in + 2 out, 44.1 or 48kHz

4 in + 4 out, 44.1 to 96kHz

Record routing

Stereo ‘Record’ bus with ch switches

4ch with input/bus options on ch 3&4

Record outputs

Stereo RCA and USB

USB

Chassis

Metal w/plastic cheeks

Metal top/back with plastic chassis

FX presets

16 types

61 presets

FX to mix channel

Separate FX return channel

FX return uses ST2 channel