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Digigram Cancun 442-Mic, Cancun 222-Mic
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Cancun is a range of mobile USB sound cards for on-the-go audio professionals and reporters. The range offers high-end performance and features with an ergonomic design that makes the cards exceptionally efficient to use. It is initially available in two models: the Cancun 442-Mic with four inputs and outputs, and a dual input/output version, the Cancun 222-Mic. Both offer simultaneous analog and AES I/O with 2x500 MIPS dual-core processing power, embedded in a stylish robust casing. Cancun's high quality mic preamp delivers 55dB gain, 105dB THD+N, and a maximum sensitivity of -60dBu. The pro-grade specification delivers analog levels of +25dBu maximum and guaranteed low latency of less than 4ms on Windows and Mac OSX platforms.
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