Live product demonstrations featured the CDC8 and CDC Four digital mix systems, including the CDC8-32 and ultra-compact CDC8-16 frame size consoles – offering identical 128 channel I/Os, functionality and processing capabilities – the CDC8-16S expansion sidecar – connectable with a single Ethernet cable, providing 16 additional faders and HD touch-screen control surface – and the CDC 32/16 and 64/48 I/O Megacomms expansion racks. Megacomms enables transmission of 256 channels of 96kHz/24bit audio on a single stream, for up to 150 meters via coaxial.
Following its debut appearance in 2012, Cadac once again exhibited at InfoComm
2013, Orlando, Florida. Cadac showed its current range of audio mixing consoles for AV hire and installation applications, including its latest analogue and digital models, and network expansion options featuring the proprietary, high speed Megacomms network protocol.
A high quality, scalable and affordable mix solution for small installation to full size sound production and control applications, the CDC Four was demonstrated with the CDC I/O 32/16 Megacomms stage rack, with which it offers up to 64 channels of Cadac 'analogue-quality' sound. Cadac J-Type equalizer emulation is combined with the CDC Four’s new Cadac microphone pre-amplifiers.
Other products exhibited on the stand included the Live1 compact analogue console series and mid to large scale S-Type, a classic Cadac analogue console offering flexibility and custom options in terms of I/Os, channel strips, groups, VCAs and frame sizes.
Cadac CDC4 with Megacomms Stage Rack