You?re mixing FOH for a gig. That means the speakers are over there,
and you?re over here.Is it any wonder that your headphones sound confusing?
We all know that even short distances cause time delays. As a consequence,
listening on headphones when you?re any distance from the stage will leave you
with a confused mess of direct and delayed sound.
Enter Can-D. It?s simple really; Can-D delays your headphones so that they match
the sound from the speakers. With delay times of up to 678ms, you can be 226m
from the stage and still wallow in the sweet sound of time-coherent cans.
And if you like your cans exceptionally loud, you?ll be happy to know that with Can-D?s
substantial headphone amplifier, 9 out of 10 engineers found full volume to be ‘unbearably
Of course, Can-D is rock-solid and tour-proof; its internal PSU and solid aluminium case
ensure it?s ready for anything you can throw at it. Or anything you can throw it at.
Power input: IEC
Audio input: 6 .35 mm jack socket
Audio output: 6 .35 mm jack socket & 3.5 mm
Delay 0 to 67 8 milliseconds
0 to 226 metres
0 to 763 feet
Attenuation 0 to ?80dB
Frequency response: 20 Hz?20 kHz (-0.1 dB/+0.1 dB)
Signal to noise ratio: >98 dB (output load of 70 Ω)
Maximum input level: +16 dBu
Input impedance 10 kΩ
Maximum output power: 325 mW into 70Ω
THD + noise: 0.010% (max power into 70Ω, 1
Power consumption: 8 VA
Dimensions (mm): 105 W x 185 D x 43 H
Weight: 0.58 kg