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MOTU FireWire audio interfaces user reviews

  • MOTU 828 Mk2

    MOTU 828 Mk2 - "one of the best"


    The sound quality on the mk3 is very good, it's I/o flexibility is nearly perfect, for my needs (live sound) I would love to have 8 mic pres not 2 and dedicated gain control knob for each of the 8 line inputs (or at least one knob that could access e…

  • MOTU UltraLite

    MOTU UltraLite - moosers's review


    The MOTU UltraLite is a 14 x 10 audio and MIDI interface designed for the home studio DAW that will support up to 96 kHz. For such a little unit, it’s actually got a good amount of versatility and options. It’s a firewire based unit, consisting of …

  • MOTU 8pre

    MOTU 8pre - moosers's review


    The MOTU 8Pre is a firewire based audio interface, consisting of eight microphone preamplifiers and inputs.  I like this unit a lot because it doesn't overload you with too many features, but still has pretty much everything that you'd need.  As far …

  • MOTU 828

    MOTU 828 - M Elise's review


    I believe this was one of the first consumer oriented external firewire devices on the market. It originally sold mail order for $800.00. I bought mine around 2001 or 2002 and am still happily using it (2008) to record onto my home computer. It fe…

  • MOTU 828 mk3 Firewire

    MOTU 828 mk3 Firewire - Audiofanzine FR's review


    (Originally written by Guiloux666/translated from Audiofanzine FR) - Which technical specifications motivated your choice? Pros: * input + parametric EQ + compressor concept. * Compact size (1U) * Expansion possibilities (two ADAT ports…

  • MOTU 828 Mk2

    MOTU 828 Mk2 - FP User's review


    Well, the cuemix function doesnt work on 828's, yet the marketed it like it did. Price paid: 300 usd UTILIZATION No problems, worked like it should. GETTING STARTED Not the greatest build, but not the worst either. OVERALL OPINION Flat, not mu…

  • MOTU 896

    MOTU 896 - FP User's review


    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 …

  • MOTU 828 Mk2

    MOTU 828 Mk2 - FP User's review


    Allows you to record up to 20 channels at the same time at 24bit. The only catch is that 8 of those channels are ADAT (Great if you have a digital mixer) and 2 of them digital coax. That leaves you with 8 1/4" to work with and a pair of combo XL…

  • MOTU 828 Mk2

    MOTU 828 Mk2 - FP User's review


    Nothing missing, in fact, it has extra that comes in very handy. I like to purchase equipment based on whether the equipment can be used for production and live. With the 828mkII, you get a free mixer practically! There are 4 mix channels and slots t…

  • MOTU UltraLite mk3

    MOTU UltraLite mk3 - peepsaudio's review


    I got this a year or two ago because I wanted to get a small portable interface that I can take with me when I travel and I don't want to lug around a giant rack with my studio gear. This little interface is packed full of features even though it's …