Cadac celebrates "best ever" PLASA

Wednesday, 28 September 2011
Cadac celebrates DSP engineer on the CDC Eight design team, Emily Watson, also designed and baked the CDC Eight cake presented to Soundking Group president Mr Wong
UK - Cadac literally cut the cake in celebration of major accomplishments at this year's PLASA exhibition, marking a triumphant return to the show for the heritage mixer company. Cadac's management was unequivocal in its appraisal of the company's presence at the show. Head of marketing Patrick Almond stated, "This is the most successful PLASA show for Cadac in years; perhaps the best ever."

The launch of the company's new digital sound touring console, the CDC Eight, was among the most heavily attended events of the show floor. Press, distributors, dealers, customers and Cadac aficionados crowded onto the company's stand for a glimpse of the new mixer.

Development manager Vincenzo Borrelli stated, "The CDC Eight attracted the most wonderful comments and compliments from professional engineers, installers, theatre technicians and the many Cadac enthusiasts at PLASA. It was the subject of a lot of attention throughout the show, particularly from other desk manufacturers; something that is especially complimentary.

"Indeed, reaction to the entire new product range, including the CDC Four digital and Live1 and S Type analogue desks, was astonishingly good; the feature sets and quality we were able to demonstrate clearly hit the right note. Overall, we had a fantastic PLASA, and Cadac is once again a name on people's lips."

Cadac also announced the appointment of CUK Audio as exclusive UK distributor for its sound touring and installation series desks. "Cadac is embarking on an exciting development phase," stated Borrelli. "CUK Audio sits precisely where we need to be in the market to develop our business in live sound, hire and fixed installation applications, where the new console range offers significant advantages and advanced performance over the competition."

(Jim Evans)

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