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Allen & Heath expands its ICE-16 multichannel audio interface with balanced I/O on D-Sub connectors with the ICE-16D.

The ICE-16D features the same number of inputs and outputs as the orignal ICE-16, with 16 channels for direct multi-track recording to a USB drive or computer via USB or FireWire with a 24-bit / 96kHz resolution (48kHz wav files on a USB stick or external hard drive). It also has the same footprint and will fit into a 1U 19" rack design.

The unit is expandable and can be linked to other ICE-16/D for extended number of available synchronized channels.

The interface also features switchable in/out signal and peak metering for each channel, headphone monitoring with the ability to check individual or multiple channels.

The back panel of the ICE-16D features 2 in and 2 out D-Sub connectors, two FireWire ports, a USB 2.0 port and Sync In and Out connectors.

The interface is available in the UK for £825 + VAT. Visit www.allen-heath.com for further details. 

 

 

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