The Ultralite-mk3 is MOTU's most compact and portable FireWire audio interface, featuring bus powered operation, on-board mixing and effects. It can be used alone or with a computer.
The UltraLite-mk3 provides flexible and mobile bus-powered operation, samples rates up to 192 kHz and various I/O, including two mic/instrument inputs, six line-level analog inputs, ten channels of analog output, stereo S/PDIF and a discrete stereo headphone output.
Housed in a rugged, compact enclosure you can take anywhere, the UltraLite-mk3 is equally well-suited for studio and stage, boasts the manufacturer, with or without a computer. As an interface or standalone mixer, the UltraLite-mk3 provides 10 separate inputs and 14 separate outputs.
The UltraLite-mk3 ships this summer at the same price as the original award-winning UltraLite.
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