Steinberg introduces UR28M and UR824 audio interfaces

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Updated: 14/09/2011 | Print Page | Comments | More Info

Steinberg have just announced two new audio interfaces.  The UR824 and the UR28M both offer pristine, transparent audio quality, high-speed USB 2.0 connectivity alongside advanced technologies such as DSP-powered reverb and channel strip effects with zero-latency monitoring.







UR28M features:
     
  • 24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface.
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  • Analog 4 in and 6 out plus stereo input for reference source.
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  • Digital - S/PDIF coaxial I/O.
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  • D-Pre Class-A discrete mic preamps supporting +48V.
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  • Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and four Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strips with any DAW by using the latest dspMixFx technology.
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  • Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X and Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip included.
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  • Digitally controlled monitor level control with DIM, Mono, and Mute fed by a 3×3 monitoring matrix.
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  • 2 separate headphone buses with individual outputs.
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  • Cubase AI 6 music production software included.
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UR824 features
     
  • 24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface.
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  • Analog 8 in and 8 out with 8 D-Pre Class-A discrete mic preamps supporting +48 V.
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  • 2 pairs of ADAT optical I/O (doubles as S/PDIF) provide 16 in and 16 out (S/MUX compatible, 8 in and 8 out @ 96 kHz).
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  • Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and eight Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strips with any DAW by using the latest dspMixFx technology.
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  • Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X and Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip included.
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  • 2 separate headphone buses with individual outputs.
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  • Word clock I/O with 2 BNC connectors plus JetPLL ultra-low jitter support
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  • Cubase AI 6 music production software included.
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