[NAMM] PreSonus Studio 192 Mobile
PreSonus introduces the Studio 192 Mobile, a USB 3.0 audio with a small form factor suitable for both mobile and studio use.
The PreSonus Studio 192 Mobile is an ultra-low-latency USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 backward-compatible) audio interface and studio command center. It offers 22 x 26 I/O and audio quality up to 192kHz with 2 digitally controlled XMAX Class A mic preamps and flexible connectivity options, including ADAT Optical I/O that allows to expand the system with a PreSonus DigiMax DP88 8-channel A/D/A converter/preamp.
Tight integration with included Studio One DAW and the companion Studio One Remote app for iPad provides remote control over microphone preamp and zero-latency monitor mixing from your recording environment. Studio One’s exclusive hybrid Fat Channel plug-in runs on the user's computer’s processor and on the Studio 192 Mobile DSP, seamlessly switching between playback and recording. Zero-latency monitoring with effects is also available from included UC Surface control software for third-party DAW users.
- Ultra low latency, 22x26 (8x14 at 192 kHz), USB 3.0 audio interface and studio command center
- Flawless analog signal path with up to 24-bit, 192 kHz operation and Burr-Brown converters with 118 dB dynamic range
- 2 mic/instrument inputs with remote controllable XMAX™ mic preamps, 2 balanced line level inputs, and 18 channels of digital I/O
- Zero-latency StudioLive™ Fat Channel processing on every analog input plus the first eight ADAT input channels
- Complete zero-latency monitor mix, preamp control, and control room integration with Studio One, Studio One Remote, and UC Surface
- Studio One 3 Artist DAW and UC Surface control software included
MSRP and release date still to be announced.
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