Lefson debuts with DCAD
French company Lefson announces the release of its first product, a high-end audio distributor called DCAD.
The DCAD (for Discrete Class-A Distributor) is based on a Class A discrete analogue circuit and can be used by both musicians and sound engineers as a splitter, reamper or direct box on stage or in the studio.
The DCAD features a mic/line input with dedicated level knob, as well as instrument and speaker inputs (600W / 16 Ohms max for the speaker input). 4 jack outputs are also available with their respective active circuit and a DI output with XLR connector is available on the front panel. A Thru connection is directly connected in parallel to the Instrument input. Lefson adds that the mic/line input and the five active inputs isolated using Lundahl transformers.
Each ISO output can be controlled via an impedance knob and two phase and TS/TRS signal switches. A 48V phantom power is also on the menu.
Note that the DCAD requires an external universal 36V power supply (115V - 230V).
The DCAD ships is a case with the BT36 external power supply, two power cables, spare fuses and the user manual. The unit is manufactured in France and has a three-year warranty.
Visit www.lefson.com/dcad.php for full details.
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