Cadac to exhibit live production consoles at Texas worship facilities conference

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Cadac is exhibiting its latest live sound production consoles worship facilities conference WFX 2017 next week.

The company will show two medium-format, single screen CDC six consoles and a larger format, dual-touchscreen CDC seven console, operating with CDC OS and running on the MegaCOMMS network via the CDC MC Router.

CDC six and CDC seven are based around a 23.5in high contrast HD touchscreen – one on the CDC six and two on the CDC seven. These combine with CDC OS to provide Cadac’s swipeable graphical operator experience, resulting in a minimal learning curve that can enable operation from volunteer staff.

Cadac’s Marketing Manager, James Godbehear says, “Cadac is a relatively new brand in the worship market but we are generating considerable interest and making inroads with the sheer quality and industry leading audio performance of our CDC series product.

“What is especially attractive to the worship sector is that our cutting edge innovations result in unparalleled ease of operation and affordability in comparison with any other similarly feature specified systems.”

WFX Conference and Expo is a two and a half day conference for the houses of worship market, taking place in Dallas, Texas on October 10-12 2017.

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