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Designed, developed and manufactured in the UK, the Cadac LIVE1 compact console is scheduled to start shipping in November.

 

LIVE1 is available in 16, 24 and 32 channel frame sizes, and designed for small clubs and theatres, local hire companies, small to medium size touring productions, event productions, A/V presentations, and houses of worship. The LIVE1 series is designed for front of house, monitor and sub-mixing.

 

The Cadac 4-band EQ, with two swept mid sections, the LIVE1's Input channels also feature individual phantom power, PFL and Mute (AFL mode set from master section), 100mm faders with signal-present and overload indicators, six Auxiliaries (switchable pre/post in pairs), 60mm Aux Master faders, and four subgroups.

 

All frame sizes feature four stereo inputs as standard and six returns (four with sends to aux 5/6), as well as two returns on 100mm faders; with sends to subgroups and aux 5/6. The Master Output section features dual outputs and talkback section.

 

For more details, visit www.cadac-sound.com.

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