At Exapro, we offer a comprehensive selection of used editing equipment, essential for producing high-quality content in the broadcast, film, and audio industries. This equipment is designed to facilitate the precise editing of video and audio, ensuring professional results and streamlined workflows. Our editing equipment ranges in price from €1,000 for basic models to €50,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from leading brands like Avid, Blackmagic Design, Adobe, and Grass Valley. Each piece of equipment features unique specifications such as software compatibility, processing power, input/output options, and automation level, ensuring they meet your specific production needs.

When selecting editing equipment, consider key factors such as the type of content being produced, the required editing capabilities (e.g., color grading, sound mixing), hardware and software compatibility, and ease of use. These elements are crucial for achieving high-quality edits, optimizing production efficiency, and ensuring a seamless integration into your existing workflow. Investing in our used editing equipment not only provides access to premium technology at significantly reduced prices but also supports sustainable practices by extending the lifecycle of durable equipment. Trust in Exapro's commitment to excellent customer service and find the perfect editing solutions to enhance your production capabilities.

Explore Exapro’s listings today to discover reliable editing equipment that delivers exceptional performance and value for your broadcast, film, and audio editing needs.

Scale Logic ZX 165TB NAS Shared Storage (brand new)

Year: 2022

Brand new Scale Logic ZX 165TB 12-bay NAS shared storage for sale (Belgium). Media-optimized high-performance and secure work environment with high-availability cluster. Ideal storage solution for small to mid-sized media, editorial and post production teams. Bought new from Scale Logic in August 2022. Unit has never been used. 180TB useable storage, 2x 3.84TB NVMe caching drives and 1x 18TB spare …

Pandora Pogle Evolution PBX50000 colour grading panels

Year: 2008

Pandora Pogle Evolution PBX50000 colour grading panels includes: - Tablet Controller Panel - SCC Panel - Operations Panel - HUB - Workstation - Carillon AC1 computer The Pandora Pogle Evolution PBX50000 have a built-in edit controller, but it can be also used with other video editing applications. Full operational and in excellent shape/condition. Worth buying !!!

Brand New Sony BVM-E251 OLED Monitor


Brand New Sony BVM-E251 OLED Monitor - In sealed boxed - Brand New complete with Brand New Sony BKM-17R remote panel - Full Sony Warranty.

Filmlight Baselight Two Grading system

Year: 2017

Baselight Version 5 Year of Manufacture 2017 Silent host P.C 5U Rack mountable Chassis with 80TB of Formatted Raid 60TB Storage (4B Disks) 1x AJA Kona-4-RO-501 Quad 3G SDI GPU 3x NVIDIA RTXA6000 Quad Display Port GPU 1x10 GbE Dual SFP+ Network Card (PCIe) 1xAJA K3G-Box Video Breakout Box BNC to male SMA Quad Cable Filmlight Blackboard TWO Later Generation …

Enhancing Production Quality: A Comprehensive Guide to Editing Equipment

Editing equipment is a cornerstone of the broadcast, film, and audio industries, providing the tools necessary to refine and perfect content. From video editing to audio mastering, the right equipment ensures that projects meet the highest standards of quality and creativity. Understanding the different types, features, and considerations for purchasing editing equipment can significantly enhance your production capabilities. Exapro, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a diverse selection of editing equipment, providing businesses with access to high-quality tools at competitive prices.

Types of Editing Equipment

Editing equipment encompasses a wide range of tools designed for different aspects of post-production. Here’s an overview of the main types:

Video Editing Equipment

Video editing equipment is used to cut, splice, and enhance video footage. These tools are essential for creating a polished final product.

  • Non-Linear Editing Systems (NLEs): Software-based systems that allow for non-destructive editing. Popular NLEs include Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and Avid Media Composer.
  • Video Switchers: Hardware devices used to switch between different video sources in real-time. Essential for live productions and multi-camera setups.
  • Color Grading Panels: Hardware interfaces that provide tactile control over color correction software. Examples include the DaVinci Resolve Mini Panel and Tangent Ripple.

Audio Editing Equipment

Audio editing equipment is used to edit, mix, and master sound recordings. High-quality audio is crucial for professional productions.

  • Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs): Software platforms for recording, editing, and mixing audio. Popular DAWs include Pro Tools, Logic Pro, and Ableton Live.
  • Audio Interfaces: Hardware devices that connect microphones and instruments to a computer. Examples include the Focusrite Scarlett series and Universal Audio Apollo.
  • Mixing Consoles: Hardware used for balancing and blending multiple audio tracks. These range from compact desktop mixers to large-format consoles used in recording studios.

Video and Audio Monitors

High-quality monitors are essential for accurate editing, ensuring that the visual and auditory output meets industry standards.

  • Reference Monitors: Professional-grade video monitors that provide accurate color representation. Brands include Sony, EIZO, and Flanders Scientific.
  • Studio Monitors: High-fidelity audio monitors used for mixing and mastering. Popular brands include Yamaha, Genelec, and KRK.

Storage Solutions

Reliable storage solutions are critical for managing large volumes of media files, ensuring data integrity and quick access.

  • RAID Systems: Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) provides data redundancy and improved performance. Examples include G-Technology G-RAID and Promise Pegasus.
  • NAS (Network Attached Storage): Provides centralized storage accessible over a network. Suitable for collaborative environments. Brands include Synology and QNAP.
  • External Hard Drives: Portable storage solutions for backing up and transporting media files. Popular models include LaCie Rugged and Western Digital My Passport.

Editing Consoles and Keyboards

Specialized consoles and keyboards enhance editing efficiency by providing quick access to editing functions and shortcuts.

  • Editing Consoles: Hardware interfaces like the Loupedeck+ and Elgato Stream Deck offer customizable buttons and dials for video and audio editing.
  • Shortcut Keyboards: Keyboards with pre-mapped shortcuts for specific editing software, such as LogicKeyboard for Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting editing equipment, it is crucial to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the tools meet your operational requirements. Key factors include:


Ensure that the editing equipment is compatible with your existing software and hardware infrastructure. Compatibility with major editing platforms and operating systems is essential for seamless integration.


Performance is critical, especially for video editing and audio processing. Look for equipment with high processing power, ample RAM, and fast storage solutions to handle large media files and complex projects.


Usability affects productivity and workflow efficiency. Equipment with intuitive interfaces, customizable controls, and ergonomic designs can significantly enhance the editing experience.

Reliability and Durability

Editing equipment should be reliable and durable, capable of withstanding continuous use in demanding production environments. High-quality construction and robust components are essential for long-term operational efficiency.


Consider the connectivity options available on the equipment, such as USB, Thunderbolt, HDMI, and SDI ports. Adequate connectivity ensures that you can easily integrate additional peripherals and devices into your workflow.

Leading Brands in Editing Equipment

Reputable brands ensure higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the editing equipment market:

  • Adobe: Known for their industry-standard software like Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, Adobe provides comprehensive solutions for video editing and motion graphics.
  • Apple: Renowned for their intuitive and powerful editing software, Final Cut Pro, and robust hardware like the MacBook Pro and iMac.
  • Avid: Offers high-end editing solutions with Avid Media Composer for video and Pro Tools for audio, widely used in professional studios.
  • Blackmagic Design: Provides a range of editing and color grading tools, including DaVinci Resolve, along with high-quality video switchers and capture devices.
  • Yamaha: Known for their high-fidelity audio equipment, including studio monitors and mixing consoles, essential for professional audio editing.

Exapro features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported tools.

Pricing of Used Editing Equipment

The cost of used editing equipment varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. For example, a used Apple MacBook Pro for video editing might be priced around $1,000 to $2,500, while a high-end Avid Media Composer workstation could cost between $5,000 and $10,000. Exapro’s marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.


Editing equipment is essential for producing high-quality content in the broadcast, film, and audio industries. By understanding the different types of equipment and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their production capabilities. Exapro offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need video editing systems, audio workstations, reference monitors, or specialized editing consoles, Exapro’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your needs.