[NAMM] The Arturia AudioFuse interface unveiled
It’s a big day for Arturia who finally introduces today at NAMM 2015 its long-awaited audio interface, the AudioFuse.
After months of teasing, we can finally discover what the innovative Arturia AudioFuse is all about: any kind of available connections for mic, line and instrument (MIDI, ADAT, audio, S/PDIF, Word Clock and more) and even a 3-port USB hub, talkback, insert and direct access controls, without sub-menu or hidden feature so that musicians can focus on what’s important (music of course).
- 2 DiscretePRO mic preamps with fully discrete circuits inspired by vintage consoles but built with modern technology
- 24-bit AD/DA converters
- Up to 192 kHz sample rate
- Advance proprietary clock circuit
- 2 front XLR/jack combo inputs
- 2 rear 1/4” line inputs
- 2 pairs of switchable 1/4” outputs
- 2 front 1/4” and 1/8” headphone outputs, each with their respective volume controls
- 1/4” MIDI in and out
- S/PDIF World Clock input and output
- ADAT in and out
- 2 insert jacks
- RCA stereo phono outputs
- 3-port USB/MIDI hub
- Talkback with built-in microphone
- Direct signal monitoring and mixing to computer with a dedicated control
- Aluminum chassis with a leather-covered cover and a choice of Silver, Grey and Black colors
The AudioFuse will be available this Spring for the price of 549 €. Visit www.arturia.com for more info.
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