Aaton-Digital’s CantarMini Gets the Ambeo Treatment at NAB

Aaton-Digital’s CantarMini audio system will become compatible with Sennheiser Ambeo 3D audio technology at NAB.

Aaton-Digital said it will promote the integration of Ambeo technology in the Aaton-Digital Cantar family with A-B conversion — an immersive audio system offering real possibilities for VR, animation, wildlife and sound design.

The CantarX3 digital 24 track location recorder includes the possibility to use two Ambeo microphones at the same time. An Aaton-Digital CantarX3 will be shown with double Ambeo integration.


Aaton-Digital has announced that from now on, the CantarX3 and the CantarMini will be delivered with Sennheiser’s Ambeo compatibility as standard.

Wisycom will show the Aaton-Digital CantarMini digital 16 track sound recorder on a new lightweight support compatible with Wisycom’s receivers, giving direct access to the user interface of the receiver from the Cantar allowing set-up of options or channel frequencies.

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