Produce Sound. Hear Music.
ZEN CAN Studio is a very high performance, powerful, dedicated headphone amplifier, for musicians who rely on headphones for mixing, monitoring or mastering and can’t accept compromise.
Housed in a compact enclosure, the ZEN CAN Studio is perfect for studio, live room, stage or home use.
Alternatively, connect it to a pair of active monitors using the 4.4mm balanced output to use as a desktop monitor controller. Combine with the matching ZEN One Studio D/A to create a full interface/controller.
Power. And Volume.
Getting the best out of your headphones just isn’t possible with the output from laptops. The ZEN CAN Studio has 52x more output, giving you everything you’ve been missing and helping you hear your recordings without running out of power.
It’s designed to work with pretty well any headphones, with four steps of +6dB gain adjustment for the perfect match.
The ZEN CAN mono selection feature allows you to switch between L, R or L&R to both headphones.
Stage. Or Studio.
The ZEN CAN Studio is equally at home on stage, in a live room or in the control room. Use it for musician monitoring in a live room, for example to each member of an orchestra or band, to give far higher quality than is usually offered during recording sessions.
Take it on the road and use it on stage as a monitoring amplifier with your personal IEMs – it’s ideal for use by keyboard players, drummers and static musicians.
Monitor your recordings during mixing and mastering using headphones and the high-quality amplifiers in the ZEN CAN Studio and be confident that what you hear is what you want.
The ZEN CAN Studio forms one half of a powerful duo when partnered with the ZEN One Studio. This extremely high-quality stand-alone D/A converter can be connected using a 4.4mm, XLR or TRS balanced cable to the ZEN CAN Studio to create a fully functioning interface and monitor controller.
Add a pair of active near-field monitors to the balanced output on the ZEN CAN Studio and the volume pot becomes the controller for the monitors. Switch between inputs on the ZEN One Studio and this duo proves itself as an adaptable and expandable interface.