Edirol Debuts UA-25EX 2-Channel USB Audio/MIDI Interface.
EDIROL announces the new EDIROL UA-25EX designed by Roland's DTMP engineering team.
Constructed with aluminum for the chassis, the EDIROL UA-25EX is designed to withstand hard impacts and is shielded against high-frequency interference from other electrical components. A pair of Neutrik XLR/TRS combo jacks with 48V phantom power, Hi-Z port for guitar direct connection, S/PDIF optical I/O ports and MIDI IN/OUT ports round out range of input and output ports in this compact case.
The compressor includes variable attack times and threshold control for recording vocals or instruments, and the accompanying limiter is designed to prevent clipping noise from occurring. Should a ground loop noise occur, the new ground lift switch eliminates the noise by disconnecting the sleeve pin of the master output from the earth ground.
The bundled CD-ROM includes the latest WDM and ASIO 2.0 drivers for Windows XP and Vista (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions available), and CoreAudio (universal binary) drivers for Mac OSX. Another CD-ROM also comes with the UA-25EX, which includes Cakewalk's Production Plus Pack, a feature-rich recording software bundle consisting of SONAR LE, Project5 LE, and Dimension LE, to get musicians and producers started with PC-based recording.
For more information, visit their web site at www.rolandus.com/edirol.
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