[NAMM] PreSonus AudioBox USB
Last but not least, PreSonus Audio Electronics announce the AudioBox USB 2x2 USB recording system.
The AudioBox USB is a USB bus-powered interface with 2 mic/instrument preamps with 48V phantom power, 2 balanced TRS outputs, MIDI in/out, and a playback mixer knob on the front panel allowing the user to adjust the volume level between recording and existing tracks.
The AudioBox USB ships complete with the PreSonus Propak software suite including Cubase LE 4 as well as a bundle of third party plug-ins, loops and drum samples.
Key features :
- USB Bus-powered interface
- 2 microphone/instrument preamps
- 48V phantom power
- 2 balanced TRS outputs
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