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MOTU 896

FireWire audio interface from MOTU belonging to the 896 series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Conectivity is well...ok. (could be better) You get eight 1/4 inch/XLR plugs for input but only XLR for the output! (who's smart idea was that!?)

Price paid: $1000 bucks give or take

UTILIZATION

Not many nobs on the thing so u dont have to have a degree to use it.

GETTING STARTED

The thing is built like a tank! great for taking along on gigs.

OVERALL OPINION

Sounds great. Converters sound nice and plenty of headroom with the onboard pres

as far as it goes, i just like motu stuff with macs. it works when i need it to and I dont need to read 400 pages of a manual when i want to do sumthing new. Just PLUG AND PLAY. &quot;whats not to love?&quot;

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Meech_young ( 7-, 2005)
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