imgNew York, NY (April 24, 2014)—Chinese pro audio manufacturer C-Mark will make its first move into the North American pro audio market this June at InfoComm when it introduces its CDM12 and CDM24 digital mixers.

Intended for the small- to mid-range digital mixer marketplace, the two consoles are designed for use in numerous applications by operators of varied experience, leading the company to call them its ‘universal type’ desks.

The CDM24 features a fourth-generation SHARC floating processor as the core, allowing users to mix 24 channels from a variety of inputs, including 16 mic/line and 4 x 2 stereo analogue input, 2 SPDIF coaxial, 2 SPDIF optical fiber, 1 AEX/EBU and 1 on-board digital audio source. DSP functions including high-pass filter, 3-band PEQ, Noise Gate, Compressor and Enhancer, auto-gain AVC, delay and more. The console also provides +48V phantom power and a phase switch on each mic input channel, as well as a real-time display of input/output levels in a variety of measurements. A total of 50 scene presets can be set up; digital recording in various formats is available; and an IEEE 802.3 network interface, connected LAN or WIFI network, allows PC remote control via TCP / IP and wireless iPad control.

Both consoles will be on display at InfoComm at booth C12010.

C-Mark Audio