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Cadac C-Type Location Recording Console new at Paris AES

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A comprehensive line-up of Cadac mixing consoles wil be on show at the 108th AES Convention. Taking centre stage will be the J-Type and F-Type Live Production Consoles complemented by the new C-Type Location Recording Console. Also on show will be the Remote Microphone Amplifier-Splitter system, a robustly-engineered product for touring, broadcast and fixed installations.
The Cadac C-Type Location Recording Console is the company's latest introduction, which rivals the facilities provided by many full-sized studio consoles. The C-Type offers the full range of sophisticated facilities demanded for 2.0, 4.0 and 5.1 surround sound recording and monitoring. In standard format, the console is available with 12, 16 or 24 input channel versions, together with up to eight main output groups, plus a dedicated stereo group, monitoring and communications. Level trims are available for each of the six monitor speaker outputs, together with individual muting and phase reversal switches. A highly unusual feature is the ability to listen to SOLO in 5.1, and at the same time, blend in the remaining programme to the channel(s) being SOLOed. Both the stereo programme and 5.1 mix can be listened to respectively in mono. An additional feature is the provision of an accurately matched 6-section volume control for the monitor loudspeaker outputs.
Completing the Cadac picture for AES will be Cadac's Remote Microphone Amplifier/Splitter system. It delivers high quality, reliable audio across hundreds of metres of cabling - overcoming the traditional problems of noise, associated with long runs of audio cables alongside lighting and power cabling, whilst providing eftective remote control of each amplifier in the system. .
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