Digigram will be showing NAB Show attendees the latest in the Cancun line of digital audio soundcard/interfaces.
The Cancun 422-Mic (shown) is a high-end, USB sound card for reporters and audio professionals. It has four mic preamps, analog and AES/EBU digital inputs and less than 4 mS latency. A dual-core processor keeps things moving.
Digigram’s Q-Mic is a petite mic preamp for smartphones and tablets. Housed in a light and ultra-ruggedized casing with professional connectors, the company says, it provides the low noise and high gain (up to +24 dB) demanded by professional dynamic microphones. It has extremely low power consumption (less than 500 µA) enables long recording sessions and uninterrupted on-air interviews.
Expect also to see the IQOYA family of codecs — including the IQOYA *Mobile iPhone app for remote audio over IP field contribution and the IQOYA *Call/LE, a versatile AoIP codec for professional IP audio contribution.
Also of interest to radiocasters are the PCX-IP and VX-IP Livewire sounds cards that enable broadcasters to interface with Livewire networks.
Most recently, Digigram has released AQORD and AQILIM video encoders and the AQORD *Link IP video encoder/decoder.
NAB Show Booth: C2752