Being launched at the 2012 NAMM show in Anaheim, California, UB MADI allows a computer to connect to MADI via USB 2.0.
UB MADI uses the Stealth Digital Processing FPGA technology out of DiGiCo’s SD range of consoles, fits into your top pocket and delivers 48 simultaneous inputs and outputs, totaling 96 channels of audio I/O over USB 2.0.
Once the driver is installed, UB MADI automatically detects the MADI input format and clock selection. UB MADI then communicates with your preferred PC or Mac as a standard ASIO or Core Audio interface.
UB MADI requires a single USB cable, providing both audio and power connectivity. UB MADI is hot pluggable.
Pricing & Availability:
UB MADI moves into full production in early 2012, with the first orders being fulfilled during Musikmesse/ProLight+Sound next March.
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