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Intuitive, Elegant Engineering


Intuitive


Low Latency


I/O Options


Surface Expansion


Integration


Intuitive, high agility touch screen graphical user interface with


multilingual labelling for effortless operation.


CDC eight introduction


CDC eight is Cadac’s flagship digital live audio console with 128 input channels and 48 bus outputs coupled with an exceptionally tactile and intuitive user interface.


It boasts a unique ‘high agility’ control surface, accessed via 24” hi-definition touch screens with a further 6” touch screen accessing the system control and automation. The CDC eight is available in two formats: dual screen with 32 faders or single screen with 16 faders.


CDC eight’s signature sound is a result of Cadac’s legendary mic pre circuitry combined with a proprietary DSP platform featuring a time-aligned, phase-coherent mix bus architecture.


With a far less menu dependent operating system than other digital consoles, the CDC eight offers an unparalleled user experience with exceptional audio quality.


Cadac Holdings Ltd. One New Street, Luton. Bedfordshire. LU1 5DX. England. Tel: +44 1582 404 202 www.cadac-sound.com


Less than 400µs from input to output plus time aligned mix busses maintain the highly acclaimed Cadac sound.


Configurable on-board I/O plus stage boxes allows for up to 192 inputs and 192 outputs.


Connect up to two optional 16 fader, single screen extenders for surface expansion.


MADI and Dante Network Bridges allow easy integration into Cadac’s MegaCOMMS audio network.


CDC eight features


S Highly acclaimed Cadac mic-preamps S Less than 400µs from stage through the console to outputs on stage S 32/40-bit floating point SHARC processors S 128 input channels S 48 output busses S 16 VCA groups S 8 Mute groups S Optional MegaCOMMS Router gives up to 3072 channels in one audio network


S WAVES integration S Library of languages for console labelling including Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish with more to be added


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