Canford have been designing and manufacturing audio, video and broadcast products in the UK for over 37 years and will be unveiling several new and updated products on Stand J76 (BVE) and Stand C8-12 (Cabsat).
Set for their first unveiling is the new range of Fibre Optic breakout boxes. Available from early May, these innovative boxes allow Neutrik OpticalCON Quad and OpticalCON Duo fibre cables to be broken out to ST, SC and LC connectors. These rugged metal breakout boxes feature a specially designed handle which can be used to temporarily attach the box to equipment or rigging. As with all Canford manufactured products, the breakout boxes come with a two year warranty.
A portable, battery powered tone generator provides five spot frequencies at 3 test levels, making it suitable for a wide variety of test and circuit identification purposes at both mic and line level. Spot frequencies comprise 40Hz, 400Hz, 1kHz, 10kHz and 15kHz, switchable between 0dB, -10dB and -60dB balanced, and -6dB, -16dB and -66dB unbalanced.
Primarily aimed at Guitar technicians for use in noisy environments, the battery powered EMO E250 Guitar Headphone Amplifier can be worn on the belt to allow freedom of movement for the user. The E250 will automatically switch on when an instrument is connected.
The new two channel Analogue Audio Delay unit is designed for use in offline editing and monitoring applications. This easy to use module requires minimal engineer setup. The autosensing inputs accept balanced (professional) or unbalanced (consumer) line level via XLRF 3-pin connectors. Input gain is adjustable between -12dB to +12dB and delay is adjustable from 850 micro to 337 milliseconds.
Updated products featured are the Mk.4 automatic cable tester, updated to allow remote barrels to test installed cables and user display to give clear indication of faults. Reacting to customer request Canford in line barrel attenuators have been updated to allow phantom power pass through.
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