Cadac has announced the CDC I/O 4016 medium-format stagebox, the first of a new series of stageboxes for the company’s CDC series mixing consoles.

The CDC I/O 4016 is designed to provide greater flexibility of connectivity and redundancy than the current CDC I/O 3216 model. CDC I/O 4016 comes with both analogue and digital I/O, and the option of optical connectivity to the console. The 4U-high unit is configured with 32 analogue inputs and eight analogue outputs plus eight AES3 inputs and eight AES3 outputs. The new unit features an LCD, which operates in conjunction with three surrounding buttons and encoders, to enable adjustment of incoming levels, mic gain and phantom power settings. An integrated headphone amp allows you monitor the inputs while adjusting gain levels.

Dual MegaComms ports on the front panel provide redundant connection to the console, and are complemented by redundant duplex optical LC ports for connection runs of up to 2km, and easier integration into optically based installation networks. The CDC I/O 4016 comes as standard with redundant auto switching internal PSUs.

Accompanying the new stageboxes and expanding connectivity options within Cadac’s MegaComms audio network are two new optical bridge units – the 19-inch rackmount CDC MC Optical-4 provides for four optical ports and four MegaComms pairs, while the CDC MC Optical-1 is an all-new small free-standing unit, equipped with a single optical port and a single pair of MegaCOMMS connectors.

More: www.cadac-sound.com

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