The new CADLive wireless systems introduced at Winter NAMM 2016 offer exceptional RF performance, audio quality and operational flexibility.
Anaheim, CA--Introduced at Winter NAMM 2016 as part of the kickoff to the company's 85th Anniversary, the new CADLive 4000 and 3000 wireless systems offer the highest level of RF performance, audio quality and operational flexibility.
To provide the ultimate in frequency agility and RF stability, the CADLive 4000 digital system operates in the 902 and 928 MHz bands and the CADLive 3000 system operates in the 500 and 600 MHz bands. Both include proprietary CAD ScanLink™ technology with Infrared transmitter setup to precisely scan, select and link to the optimum channel in any RF environment.
The CADLIve 4000 and 3000 utilize True Diversity operation to minimize multipath interference along with CADLock™ Automatic Tone Encoded Squelch to eliminate unauthorized transmissions in the signal path. Receivers and transmitters are equipped with a high definition LCD display and full RF, AF, Battery Life, Mic Sensitivity and RF power metering.
The 4000 and 3000 system handheld transmitters feature all metal construction and a CADLive D90 Supercardioid dynamic vocal mic element that provides a powerful, smooth and highly articulate sound in high SPL live situations. The handheld and body pack transmitters also include SoftTouch™ multi-function On-Off/Mute switches.
CADLive wireless also includes 10, 30, 50mW transmitter power adjustment and dynamic range up to 115dB. Receivers are housed in an all-metal chassis and supplied with single and dual rack ears and a BNC relocation kit. Body pack systems include Equitek E19 earworn and E29 lavalier mics and 3000 and 4000 systems ship in a heavy-duty carry case.
For more information about CAD Audio, please stop by Booth #6630 (Hall A), Anaheim Convention Center or click to www.cadaudio.com.