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RME's HDSPe PCI Card is not based on a PCI to PCI Express bridge, which would simply add PCIe to existing PCI technology. It is a genuine PCI Express solution, which consequently takes full advantage of the format, achieving significant performance gains in multitrack audio.
The Hammerfall DSP MADI is RME's both inexpensive and outstanding PCI card with MADI interface. Hammerfall DSP MADI is based on the award-winning Hammerfall DSP technology, and represents the top model of this world-wide successful card line.
Audio Interfaces - Apogee's Symphony I/O 16x16 System + ThunderBridge Bundle equips your studio with the pristine audio quality, high channel counts, and the ultra-low latency you need for major-league pro studio work. Apogee packed 25 years of industry-leading digital audio expertise into their amazing-sounding Symphony I/O interface/converter. Combine that with Apogee's 16x16 Analog I/O Module and 64 channels of lightning-fast Thunderbolt (courtesy of ThunderBridge), and you've got a convenient, high-performance, cost-saving solution for your Mac-based studio. Supercharge your setup with the Apogee Symphony I/O 16x16 System + ThunderBridge Bundle.Apogee Symphony I/O 16x16 System + ThunderBridge Bundle at a Glance:Symphony I/O - the base unit16 channels of impeccable analog I/O - plus coax S/PDIFBlazing-fast Thunderbolt performanceApogee's uncompromising digital audio qualitySymphony I/O - the base unitThe Symphony I/O comes as a single base unit. This unit features built-in Ethernet and USB output, as well as Symphony/Pro Tools HD PC-32 I/O - but no additional I/O. A pair of module bays lets you decide what additional I/O you need, allowing you to build the system you want. Choose from five different modules, each with a different assortment of analog and digital I/O. You can even add banks of Apogee's ultra-transparent microphone preamps! Each of the Symphony I/O's module cards offers Apogee's finest conversion technology, and the Symphony I/O itself sports enhanced C777 clocking for completely reliable jitter-free performance.16 channels of impeccable analog I/O - plus coax S/PDIFThe Symphony 16x16 Analog I/O Module adds a 16 channels of analog inputs and outputs to your Apogee Symphony I/O on four 25-pin D-Sub connectors: two for input and two for output, each carrying eight balanced channels. You also get two channels of S/PDIF coax I/O (up to 192kHz) on RCA. Blazing-fast Thunderbolt performanceApple's Thunderbolt connectivity has opened up a world of professional recording possibilities. Apogee's Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge is a 64-channel Thunderbolt connection for Apogee's Symphony I/O. On the back panel, you'll find two PC-32 ports for connection to Apogee interfaces, and two Thunderbolt ports that let you take advantage of the protocol's daisy-chain feature. From the second port, you can connect high-bandwidth Thunderbolt devices such as hard drives and DisplayPort monitors in parallel from a single Thunderbolt port on your Mac. A trim desktop unit, Symphony | 64 ThunderBridge will also connect X-Symphony-equipped AD-16X, DA-16X, and Rosetta Series converters to Thunderbolt Macs.Apogee's uncompromising digital audio qualityFor more than two decades, Apogee has developed some of the finest pro audio technology, including the famous X-series and Rosetta series converters, the Big Ben master clock, the Trak2 mic preamps, and the Symphony PCI protocol. Now, they put all that experience into one amazing interface: the Symphony I/O. You get
Signal Processing - With the Alpha-Link Series, Solid State Logic breaks from their normal routine of producing some of the best sounding analog gear around and leaps into the world of high-end digital conversion. The Solid State Logic Xlogic Alpha-Link Audio I/O product range is a new collection of highly flexible and fully featured multi-channel Audio Converters for studio, live and broadcast applications at an incredible price/performance ratio. There are three Alpha-Link models featuring high quality 24-channel SSL enhanced AD/DA converter circuitry and offering a choice of digital audio format options. XLogic Alpha-Link MADI AX At-a-Glance:VersatileUse it Standalone or with the Mixpander CardVersatileThe XLogic Alpha-Link series of Audio Converters are stylishly designed, 2U-high rack-mountable units with deceptively simple front panel controls. Each offers a comprehensive input/output routing matrix used to set up global connections between the various I/O connections that makes all combinations possible. There is also a handy front panel headphone connection and a metering section for the analogue inputs and outputs with an AD/DA selection button, mode indicator LEDs and 24 tri-color level LEDs.Use it Standalone or with the Mixpander CardAll Alpha-Link units can be used as standalone format converters, but used in combination with a Mixpander PCI card they provide a powerful, highly flexible I/O solution for native PC-based audio workstations. Featuring up to 64 channels of digital MADI I/O at 48kHz (or 32 channels at 96kHz), 24 ADAT Lightpipe digital inputs and outputs at up to 48kHz (12 ADAT Lightpipe digital inputs and outputs at up to 96kHz), 24 balanced analogue I/O, TDM Expansion Bus and much more, the Alpha link MADI SX delivers a dependable, versatile, high quality MADI to ADAT Lightpipe based conversion solution.XLogic Alpha-Link MADI AX Features:56 or 64 MADI digital inputs and outputs at up to 48kHz, 28 or 32 MADI digital inputs and outputs at up to 96kHz. 24 balanced analogue I/O with SSL enhanced AD DA at up to 96kHz on D-Sub connectors (for use with D-Sub to XLR looms). 64 channel Expansion Bus port. Word/SuperClock input and output. Video Sync input functionality for the Word Clock input: the Video Sync. signal can be converted to Word Clock internally and transmitted via the Word Clock output. MIDI input and output. Connects to Mixpander via Expansion Bus port. All input and output channels can be used simultaneously in any configuration.SSL Alpha-Link MADI AX - Premium AD/DA Conversion from the Analog Masters! Misc Digital Converters
TV Tuner - Form Factor: Plug-in Card - Host Interface: PCI Express - Audio Line In: Audio Line In
Audio Interfaces - RME's Fireface UC continues the Fireface legacy, but this time trades in FireWire for USB. Using a newly developed RME Hammerfall core, the Fireface UC is capable of super-low latencies when running multi-channel audio. Two different firmware versions with different transfer methods are used, effectively removing the current restrictions of USB. I/O is plentiful, as the Fireface UC boasts two mic pres, ADAT, and S/PDIF, for a total of 18 input/output channels plus MIDI I/O. Latency is nearly non-existent on both Mac OS X and Windows Vista with the Fireface UC.RME Fireface UC 24-bit/192kHz USB Audio Interface at a Glance:18-in/18-out interface Cross-platform performanceBuilt on RME's stellar legacyTotalMix integrated DSP mixerAnalog I/OPreampsDigital I/OCross-platform performanceThe Fireface UC works on both the Windows and Mac operating systems. In fact, the compact Fireface UC has been uncompromisingly optimized for highest performance under either platform. Based on a newly developed RME Hammerfall core the Fireface UC provides revolutionary ultra-low latencies even with multiple channels. It uses two different firmware versions with different transfer methods to remove current restrictions of typical USB audio interfaces. The unit's operating mode Win or Mac can be changed directly at the unit at any time. Under Mac OS the Fireface's MIDI ports are class compliant, the operating system therefore automatically uses the included MIDI driver. Under both Operating Systems the available latencies are incredible. The smallest buffer offered under Windows Vista has 48 samples, under Mac OS X 14 samples. With this RME provides a performance comparable to PCI Express interfaces - under USB 2.0.Built on RME's stellar legacyThe Fireface UC features all of the proven RME analog and digital circuitry. It is the only device in its class with active jitter suppression, enhanced stand-alone functionality and complete controllability from the front panel, highly flexible I/Os in professional quality, and an unsurpassed 648-channel matrix router - all at sample rates of up to 192kHz.TotalMix integrated DSP mixerAll inputs and outputs can be freely mixed, routed, and distributed with RMEs TotalMix software. Up to 9 totally independent stereo submixes can be set up. Every output channel, and every submix channel can be recorded directly and without external cable loops. TotalMix can be completely MIDI remote controlled. The DSP-based hardware calculates RMS and Peak levels for all channels, without causing any significant CPU load.Analog I/OEight analog inputs and outputs (all balanced, except outputs 7/8) with software controlled reference levels (-10 dBV, +4 dBu, Lo/HiGain), realized discretely in the analog domain, ensure high dynamic range and fidelity. Inputs 5 through 8 on the rear panel feature RME's proven level references, -10 dBV, +4 dBu and Lo Gain can be selected in the settings dialog, equivalent to +2 dBV, +13 dBu and +19 dBu for
PCI-Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller with Audio Video Bridging
For 25 years, Upgrading and Repairing PCs has been the world’s #1 guide to PC hardware: The single source for reliable information on troubleshooting and fixing problems, adding hardware, optimizing performance, and building new PCs. Now, better than ever, this 21st edition offers beefed-up coverage of the newest hardware innovations and maintenance techniques, plus more than two hours of new DVD video. Scott Mueller delivers practical answers about PC processors, mother-boards, buses, BIOSes, memory, SSD and HDD storage, video, audio, I/O, input devices, networks, Internet connectivity, power, and much more. You’ll find the industry’s best coverage of diagnostics, testing, and repair—plus cutting-edge discussions of improving performance via overclocking and other techniques. Mueller has taught thousands of professionals in person and millions more through his books and videos—nobody knows more about keeping PCs running perfectly. Whether you’re a professional technician, a small business owner trying to save money, or a home PC enthusiast, this is the only PC hardware book you need! NEW IN THIS EDITION The newest processors, including Intel’s 3rd generation Ivy Bridge Core i-Series processors and AMD’s 2nd generation Trinity CPUs3TB (and larger) disks, 4K sectoring, partition alignment, faster SATA disk interfaces, and SSD (solid state drive) hard drive replacementsNew firmware innovations, from full UEFI BIOS support to built-in motherboard flash BIOS upgrade utilitiesIntegrated video and audio, including 5.1/7.1 surround sound, HDMI, and DisplayPort connections, and Windows 8 compatible multi-touch touchscreen technologyUpdated PCI Express 3.0, 4.0 interfaces, and Power Supply specifications for powering high-end video cards Emerging interfaces such as SATA Express, USB 3.0, and Thunderbolt Updated coverage of building PCs from scratch—from choosing and assembling hardware through BIOS setup and troubleshooting ON THE DVDGet 2 hours of up-to-the minute, studio-quality how-to videos—all playable on your DVD player or computer! In this edition, Scott Mueller offers true insider information about several of the key components in a PC, including motherboards, solid-state drives, and more. You will see a detailed tour of a modern high-performance motherboard, showing all the components from the processor socket and CPU voltage regulators to the audio and network chipsets, and more. You’ll learn how all the devices on the board are interconnected, so you can more easily understand their importance. There is a detailed segment comparing solid-state drives (SSDs) to conventional hard disk drives (HDDs), explaining all the differences and similarities between them in an easy to understand fashion. Finally, there are several segments on building a state-of-the art system from scratch using a high-performance overclockable motherboard and processor combination. You’ll see tips on how to best prepare the components,
Sound Board - Limited Warranty: 1 Year - Form Factor: Internal - Host Interface: PCI - Sound Channels: 7.1 - Audio Processor: C-Media CMI8768
Audio Interfaces - Borrowing the same award-winning microphone preamplifiers found on their 744T digital portable interface, the Sound Devices USBPre 2 provides one of the highest quality portable interfaces available for both Mac and Windows computers. The USBPre 2 is equipped with a pair of fully discrete, transistor-based XLR inputs and impressively lucid 24-bit converters that are capable of up to 192kHz sample rates. Additional inputs for line-level sources and consumer audio electronics, as well as S/PDIF optical Toslink digital devices are also available. A 23-segment, multicolor LED meter provides you with the essential feedback you need to keep an eye on your levels, and are an invaluable asset when using the USBPre 2 as a standalone preamp and A-to-D converter.Sound Devices USBPre 2 Microphone Interface Features at a Glance:Extended bandwidth, low-noise microphone preamplifiers with 48 V phantom, limiters, highpass filters, and 15dB padDynamic range greater than 114dB (in 24-bit operation)Flat 10Hz to 40kHz (@96kHz SR) audio bandwidth with very low distortion Each input individually selectable between microphone, line, and aux level signals (both channels selected simultaneously for S/PDIF connections)Precision, 23-segment, multicolor LED peak/VU meter, selectable between input and output sourcesHigh-output headphone amplifier can drive a wide range of headphonesBalanced outputs on XLR connectors with dedicated level control can be used to drive line- or mic-level inputsMix control enables zero-delay monitoring of source audio, computer audio, or a mix of both source and computer audio for multitrack recording or computer telephonyPhono (RCA) jacks connect Aux Output to external loudspeakers or preamplifiersBus powering via USB for convenient, single-cable connection to the computerIn Stand-Alone mode the USBPre 2 operates as a microphone preamplifier and analog-to-digital converterHardware loop-through for test & measurement to send computer audio directly back to an inputHigh-strength extruded aluminum chassisMac OS X 10.4+, Windows XP/Vista/7, and Linux, class-compliant audio deviceAdditional features controlled by hardware DIP switches on the back panel USB Audio Interfaces
Audio Interfaces - Akai Professional's amazing EIE puts a whole new spin on the audio interface! This space-friendly 4 x 4 USB interface offers a fresh look and approach to desktop or on-the-go production, putting high-quality recording in a rugged tabletop format. You get four XLR/TRS combo jacks with phantom power, four 1/4" outputs, and two VU meters that are source-selectable. Adding to the EIE's smart design is a 3-port USB hub on the back that's perfect for controllers, hard drives, iLoks, or other peripherals. It's never been easier to get great-sounding recordings, thanks to the incredibly convenient and outstandingly affordable EIE!Akai Professional EIE USB Audio Interface at a Glance:Make great-sounding audio recordingsDesktop friendly design, road tough constructionAll the connections you needMake great-sounding audio recordingsDon't compromise recording quality just because you want an interface that fits your budget. Akai Professional's EIE interface lets you record 44.1kHz audio at 16-bit resolution. You'll love the EIE's flexible inputs, which accomodate both microphones and instruments. Plus, those genuine VU meters look cool and display levels accurately. Desktop friendly design, road tough constructionAkai Professional made the EIE the perfect size for your desktop studio - and, they built it road tough, so you can record wherever your inspiration takes you. This rugged audio interface features an ultra-durable cast-aluminum chassis. The EIE is compact enough for easy transport, but Akai made sure to put the connections and controls right where you need them, for absolute convenience and better workflow. All the connections you needBecause many of the best recording laptops feature a limited number of USB ports, Akai Professional decided to give the EIE a trio of extra USB inputs. That means you can take your controller keyboard, pad controller, and external hard drive, with you, and still have USB ports left over for your iLok or other peripherals. Plus, onboard MIDI I/O lets you hook up any MIDI based gear as well.Akai Professional EIE 4-channel Audio/MIDI USB Interface Features:Compact 4 x 4 audio interface with integrated 3-port USB hub makes an ideal nerve center for your home studio4 XLR/TRS combo jacks with phantom power - works with all your favorite mics and instruments2 VU meters with source selection, accurate level readings at all stages of recordingMIDI I/O ports and four 1/4" outputs on the rear, for the connectivity you needCompact desktop format with rugged construction - perfect for your desktop or portable rigAkai Professional's EIE interface helps you turn your inspiration into great-sounding reality! USB Audio Interfaces
Audio Interfaces - Apogee has squeezed every ounce of their digital audio expertise into the newly-rebuilt Ensemble Thunderbolt audio interface, setting yet another standard for sound quality, performance, and functionality. By utilizing blazing-fast, cutting-edge Thunderbolt 2 technology, the Ensemble Thunderbolt gives you ultra-low latency and unmatched CPU efficiency, allowing you to monitor more effectively, record more tracks, and process more plug-ins. Of course, the Ensemble Thunderbolt's eight digitally-controlled mic preamps and premium AD/DA converters give you the phenomenal sound quality you'd expect from Apogee. The original Ensemble was an enormously popular audio interface here at Sweetwater and found its way into many Sales Engineers' personal studios, so we're confident that the new Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt will be our next in-demand audio interface!Ensemble Thunderbolt Audio Interface at a Glance:New software driver for ultra-low latency and unmatched CPU efficiencyConverters provide exceptional-sounding audio, whether going in or coming outPristine preamps result in detailed, distortion-free recordingsAmple I/O provides lots of recording and monitoring optionsNew software driver for ultra-low latency and unmatched CPU efficiencyThe Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt audio interface's software driver utilizes a Direct Memory Access (DMA) engine that resides on the Ensemble Thunderbolt's hardware logic chip to efficiently read and write data directly to your Mac's memory. Since this happens independent of your Mac's CPU, it doesn't run out of resources, and the driver is able to crunch an enormous amount of data at blazing speeds. Featuring a full 32-bit signal path directly from your DAW's output straight to its D/A converter, the Ensemble Thunderbolt's driver also ensures that your audio doesn't need further data processing before it hits your studio monitors or headphones. What does this mean for you? Well, in the real world, it means that you can monitor straight through your DAW in real time (even with loads of plug-ins) and that you'll no longer have to compromise on speed when you need more power.Converters provide exceptional-sounding audio, whether going in or coming outThe Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt audio interface's A/D conversion has received a significant upgrade over its predecessor, giving you greater dynamic range, lower distortion, and an almost nonexistent noise level. The icing on the cake; however, is the Ensemble Thunderbolt's inclusion of an ESS Sabre32 32-bit Hyperstream D/A converter with a Time Domain Jitter Eliminator, providing you with unbelievably clear, jitter-free audio playback. When compared to older 24-bit technology, the ESS Sabre32 D/A converter's 32-bit filter processing results in an astonishingly low THD+N specification and a large dynamic range, improving upon the audio fidelity and transparency for which Apogee is renowned. While already wildly popular with the audiophile community, Apogee is
Audio Interfaces - At Sweetwater, we've been recommending MOTU's 8-preamp, ADAT-equipped audio interfaces since they first became a thing - MOTU practically invented the format! So we were all a bit blown away when the groundbreaking MOTU 8M hybrid audio interface came out, and we're sure you'll feel the same way, when you get a look at what it's got going on under the hood. For starters, the 8M include eight magnificently clear MOTU preamps onboard, which each sport V-Limit protection to ensure clipping doesn't ruin your sound. And each of the 8M's combo inputs accommodate balanced line-level and unbalanced instrument-level signal as well, so you can comfortably hook up all of your gear. An additional 16 channels of I/O on ADAT optical ports provides you with plenty of expansion options too. Thanks to its Thunderbolt connectivity, latency isn't an issue for the 8M, and a standalone DSP mixer onboard offers routing for monitoring, mixing, and more.MOTU 8M Hybrid Audio Interface at a Glance:Classic MOTU audio quality with the shockingly low latency of Thunderbolt connectivityDSP-fueled mixer onboard gives you the added benefit of EQ, compression, and effectsExpand your production system with additional AVB networkable audio interfacesClassic MOTU audio quality with the shockingly low latency of Thunderbolt connectivityThe 8M hybrid Thunderbolt/USB 2.0 audio interface continues a tradition of high-quality audio that many of us here at Sweetwater have come to expect. With a mere -110dB THD+N of self noise and 123dB (A-weighted, 20Hz-20kHz) of dynamic range, this 8M's offers you some of the cleanest audio around. Eight amazingly transparent microphone preamps include MOTU's V-Limit protection, which offers a 9dB buffer to prevent digital clipping. An additional 16 channels of digital I/O via ADAT optical ports brings your total channel count to 24 x 24. To go with this impressive selection of high-quality I/O, MOTU gave the 8M ultra-fast Thunderbolt connectivity (in addition to USB 2.0), so you get epically low system latency too. DSP-fueled mixer onboard gives you the added benefit of EQ, compression, and effectsGranted, with the MOTU 8M's extremely fast Thunderbolt connection, system latency isn't much of an issue to begin with, but the onboard DSP mixer still offers a number of advantages you'll find useful in a variety of settings, such as when you're connected via USB. For starters, this digital mixer supports up to 48 inputs (via AVB expansion) and 12 stereo busses, allowing you to set up extremely complex routing schemes completely independent of your computer. In fact, if you connect a wireless router to your 8M, you can access all of its internal mixing functions, including effects and processing, via an app on your iOS device, turning this powerful audio interface into a fully capable standalone mixer. Speaking of onboard processing and effects, whether you're in the studio or onstage with your 8M, you'll find a ton of uses for its DSP EQ,
2-input, 2-output computer audio interface with mic, line, and high-Z instrument inputs,free MixEfx app for Mac lets you apply reverb, echo, and low-cut filter effects to input signals for low-latency monitoring,Thunderbolt connection to your Mac allows for high-speed data transfer
Audio Interfaces - If you need lots of I/O for your home studio, the Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820 USB 2.0 audio interface is worth a look. With 18 inputs and 10 outputs, the U-PHORIA UMC1820 gives you plenty of options for connecting your synths and outboard gear. Add eight Midas-designed mic pres and high-resolution 24-bit/96kHz converters to the mix, and you've got yourself a complete studio-in-a-box. Not enough I/O? Connect a Behringer ADA8200 to the U-PHORIA UMC1820's ADAT input and expand to a total of 16 preamps. Got questions? Sweetwater Sales Engineers receive ongoing product training on nearly everything we sell. Give us a call, we'll point you in the right direction!Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820 USB 2.0 Audio Interface at a Glance:Ample I/O provides extensive connectivityMidas-designed mic preamps deliver high-quality audio reproductionDirect monitoring for zero-latency cue mixesAmple I/O provides extensive connectivityThe U-PHORIA UMC1820 provides 18 inputs and 20 outputs, as well as MIDI I/O, enough to connect and sync all of your favorite synths, modules, compressors, external mic pres, and whatever else you have lying around. The U-PHORIA UMC1820's TRS, RCA, and XLR outputs ensure that you've got your analog playback options covered. With support for S/PDIF, ADAT, and S/MUX digital formats, the U-PHORIA UMC1820 lets you use all three signals simultaneously, allowing for plenty of expansion.Midas-designed mic preamps deliver high-quality audio reproductionIncorporating Midas-designed mic pres, the U-PHORIA UMC1820 allows you to record vocals or acoustic instruments directly into your DAW with surprising clarity. The U-PHORIA UMC1820 includes +48-volt phantom power for your condenser microphones and sufficient gain for your dynamic mics. On top of that, high-resolution 24-bit/96kHz converters ensure that what goes into your U-PHORIA UMC1820 is captured with accuracy.Direct monitoring for zero-latency cue mixesIt's no secret that when artists can hear their performance with no delay or lag, they perform better. The U-PHORIA UMC1820's zero-latency direct monitoring ensures that technology will never get in the way of a great performance. Additionally, the U-PHORIA UMC1820 features dual headphone outputs with separate level controls and monitor A/B source select for DJ-style cueing.Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820 USB 2.0 Audio Interface Features:Midas-designed mic preamps deliver high-quality audio reproduction24-Bit/96kHz resolution for professional audio qualityAmple I/O provides extensive connectivitySimultaneous use of all signals allow for plenty of expansionDirect monitoring for zero-latency cue mixesDual headphone outputs with individual level controls and monitor A/B source select for DJ-style cueingHigh-quality components and rugged construction ensure long lifeThe Behringer U-PHORIA UMC1820 is a great all-around audio interface! USB Audio Interfaces
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2-input, 2-output computer audio interface with 2 mic preamps,2 front-panel XLR/TRS inputs with high-Z switch for use with microphones, keyboards, electric guitars and basses,includes Cubase AI digital recording software
20-input/20-output computer audio interface with 8 mic preamps and ADAT-compatible digital inputs,Scarlett MixControl digital mixing software offers fully assignable 18-in/16-out routing and low-latency monitoring,includes Ableton Live Lite digital recording software along with Scarlett Plug-in Suite
Audio Interfaces - The MOTU 112D is an incredibly flexible device. A digital audio interface, router, format converter, and stand-alone mixer - all in a roadworthy, rackmount 1U chassis, the 112D connects to your host computer through ultra-fast Thunderbolt technology, AVB Ethernet, or class compliant, high-speed USB 2.0 (with USB 3.0 and iOS compatibility). The 112D rocks 24 channels of AES/EBU digital I/O, 24 channels of ADAT optical digital I/O and 64 channels of MADI - that's a whopping total of 112 simultaneous digital I/O channels! Freely route anything, anywhere - all with near-zero latency. At Sweetwater, we've seen our share of feature-packed interfaces, but the 112D may just take the cake. Whether you work your audio magic in the studio or onstage, you owe it to yourself to check out the MOTU 112D.MOTU 112D at a Glance:112 simultaneous digital I/O channelsProdigious router and converterBig-console-style mixingRule your network112 simultaneous digital I/O channelsYou read that right. And all channels can be active simultaneously. Check it out: 64 channels of MADI - the 112D operates as a near-zero latency 64-channel MADI-to-AVB converter with flexible routing and splitting to/from your AVB network. Cool, but the plot thickens, with 24 channels of AES/EBU and ADAT up to 96kHz: three 8-channel banks (on D-sub) of AES/EBU at all sample rates up to 96kHz. Then there's ADAT optical, with three 8-channel banks at rates up to 48kHz and six banks (24 channels) of ADAT at 2x sample rates. Wow!Prodigious router and converterWith the MOTU 112D, you can route any input to any (or multiple) outputs - again, with vanishingly low latency. Freely route all 112 audio channels to and from your Mac or PC over Thunderbolt, or to/from any devices on the AVB network. So, we see that the 112D is indeed a prodigious router, but it's also a rockin' format converter that lets you convert any format to any other. Compatible formats include AES/EBU, optical, MADI, AVB, and computer audio (Thunderbolt or USB). Big-console-style mixingMOTU endowed the 112D with robust DSP that offers you big-console-style mixing with 48 channels, 12 stereo busses, and 32-bit floating-point effects processing that includes modeled analog EQ, vintage-style compression, and classic reverbs. You can even use the 112D as a stand-alone mixer and control the whole shebang from its innovative web app running on your tablet, smart phone, or laptop. Rule your networkConnect a second MOTU AVB interface (such as a 1248, 8M, 16A or another 112D) to the 112D with a simple Ethernet cable. You can add more I/O with the optional MOTU AVB Switch. Build your AVB audio network with multiple switches and sub-millisecond latency, even over lengthy cable runs. Stream hundreds of channels among the devices and computers on the network. In the studio or onstage, the 112D gives you flexible digital routing/conversion, state-of-the-art performance, and rock-solid reliability. You need it.MOTU 112D Features at
2-input, 2-output computer audio interface with 2 mic preamps,XLR and high-Z instrument inputs for use with microphones, electric guitars and basses,compatible with iPad (external adapter required)