The CMC7 is a compact 8 channel / 7.1 / 5.1 surround volume controller and cost-effective alternative to the more complex and feature rich MC7.1. In order to maintain it's compact proportions and to keep the product budget friendly the CMC7 does away with controls that can often be found within your workstation software and concentrates on essential features such as ease of use and the quality of the signal path, ensuring that the audio is transparent and accurate across all channels and operation intuitive.
Whether it is producing audio for film or television, or transporting the listener directly into the venue of an all-encompassing orchestral piece, one thing is sure, the number of users that wish to listen to audio within a surround setting has been growing and will continue to do so. There has been an ever-increasing number of surround products coming to market, not only blue ray players and home cinema but also on mobile and media devices. For example, Apple devices have been capable of reproducing 7.1 surround since iOS 9.3. Therefore, it is likely that at some point every artist and engineer will consider trying surround sound, or fear being left behind. The budget friendly CMC7 allows you to do this without the large financial outlay that other setups will produce.
- Ultra low noise and transparent circuit design.
- All 8 inputs and outputs are via 2 tascam standard 25 Pin D-Sub connectors making connection to interfaces and speakers simple and intuitive.
- Mix down switch enables you to check the Surround as a Stereo mix with an independent Sub switch controlling the LFE/Sub.
- Timed relay protection on all speaker outputs to prevent power up/down bangs.
- A large volume knob incorporating excellent channel matching and smooth feel.
- An independent Headphone Amplifier with Individual Level Control with jack on the rear.
- Kensington security slot (also called a K-Slot or Kensington lock).
- Very low profile desktop enclosure with a footprint of just 18x16cm.
- Stylish and Rugged Enclosure will withstand the knocks of the studio.