[NAMM] Behringer launches U-Phoria USB interfaces
Behringer introduces at NAMM 2013 four U-PHORIA USB audio interfaces equipped with Midas Xenyx mic preamps.
All units feature high-speed USB 2.0 interfaces, +48 V Phantom Power for use with condenser microphones, phones output with Level control and Direct Monitor select, Status, Signal and Clip LEDs and an aluminium chassis.
They are compatible with many popular software packages including Avid Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Steinberg Cubase, and others on Mac OS X and Windows. Behringer is also offering a massive recording, editing and podcasting software bundle as a free download, with virtual instruments and effects plug-ins included in the bundle.
Pricing and availability are to be announced.
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