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CADAC CONSOLES ANNOUNCES US LAUNCH OF NEW CM-SERIES AT INFOCOMM 2024

CM-J50 console and CM-SR remote stage racks to make first US public appearance at the show.



Cadac CM-J50 at Front of House
CM-J50 rigorously beta tested in both FoH and Monitor applications

Cadac Consoles has announced that its new CM-Series integrated mix system will make its US debut at InfoComm 2024. The heritage UK console designer will be located on booth C9957 alongside its affiliate UK pro audio Studiomaster brand in the Las Vegas Convention Center.


Cadac Consoles’ demonstration will be centred on two of its new CM-J50 mixing consoles featuring the latest version of the CM-J intuitive software, with latest additional features including Monitor Mode, Console Mirroring and Console Sidecar. Attendees will also have the opportunity to explore the compact, lightweight, high I/O capacity CM-SR remote audio stage racks that further expand the CM system’s capabilities and operational flexibility. 

                                                                                                       

Also on the booth will be new CM-Network Bridges, providing seamless integration of MADI and Dante® into Cadac’s ultra-low latency MegaCOMMS ecosystem, alongside the CM-Remote iPad App and, soon to be launched, CM-Editor PC based offline editor, providing comprehensive remote software solutions.

                           

The US launch, a significant milestone for the rebranded Cadac Consoles, is being staged in collaboration with newly appointed US distributor, Italian Speaker Imports (ISI). Celebrating their 10th anniversary at InfoComm, ISI will host an off-site post-show party where the CM-J50 will handle the live mix duties. Guests will have the unique opportunity to personally mix a live band on the CM-J50 during this celebratory event.



Cadac CM-J50 mixing console on Monitors with orchestra
CM-J50 rigorously beta tested in both FoH and Monitor applications

James Godbehear, Director of Marketing and Business Operations, states, “We are excited to introduce the new CM-Series to the US at this year’s InfoComm, especially after a prolonged absence from the market. We are eager to see the attendee’s reaction to the new CM-System as it showcases the extensive efforts we have invested over the last three years in pushing the envelope in terms of engineering, system packaging, user interface and audio performance.”

                             

Commenting for ISI, President John Krupa said, “We are extremely pleased to partner with Cadac Consoles in the US. The feedback from our initial demos has been nothing short of amazing. The CM-J50 has impressed everyone with its musicality, sonic transparency, and intuitive workflow. Engineers, even those unfamiliar with digital Cadac consoles, have found it remarkably user-friendly. It underscores Cadac’s unparalleled ability to deliver a truly exceptional mix experience.”



 

Media Contact: KGa Marketing& Media

Keith Grant


Company Contact: Cadac

James Godbehear


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