Digigram is unveiling Cancun, a new range of mobile USB sound cards designed for on-the-go audio professionals and reporters.
The first two models in the series are the Cancun 442-Mic and Cancun 222-Mic, a 4-in/4-out and a 2-in/2-out respectively, simultaneous analog + AES I/O device. Both are built offering 2×500 MIPS dual-core processing power.
A mic preamp, an analog level of +24 dBu max and low latency of under 3ms are some of the features. The design also incorporates a touch panel with LED lights beneath the surface as well as the required connectivity such as a Neutrik XLR plug for professional microphones.
In addition to the hardware design, a companion software application presents the user with the relevant information regarding the sound card (gain values, driver setup, current state, VU meters, locks, etc.).
- Simultaneous analog & AES I/Os in a compact form factor
- MIC preamp (55dB gain, 100 dB THD+N, –126 dB EIN)
- Analog level of +24 dBu max
- Low latency (3 ms) on Windows and Mac OSX platforms
- Setup and monitoring on both Windows and Mac OSX platforms
- Hardware controls with LED-lighted touch panel
- Neutrik XLR connectivity and break-out cables
The sound card will be available by the end of the year and will be on general release by early 2012.
Visit www.digigram.com for more.
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