[Musikmesse] PreSonus Studio 192
PreSonus introduces at Musikmesse the Studio 192, its very first USB 3.0 audio interface equipped with XMAX mic preamps.
- USB 3.0 audio interface, 2.0 compatible
- Up to 26 inputs and 32 outputs simultaneously (8 x 14 at 192 kHz)
- Max resolution: 24-bit / 192 kHz
- 8 Class A solid-state XMAX mic preamps, digitally controlled from the interface or remotely from the AC Surface Control, Studio One or any MIDI-compatible DAW on Mac or PC
- 2 front mic/instrument inputs and 6 inputs on the rear
- 16-channel ADAT optical input and output (8 channels at 88.2 or 96 kHz)
- Coaxial S/PDIF stereo input and output
- Word Clock BNC input and output
- 8 balanced TRS outputs
- Balanced Main stereo outputs
- 2 independent headphone outputs with level controls
- Burr-Brown converters (118dB of dynamic range)
- StudioLive Fat Channel signal processing
- Built-in condenser microphone for talkback that can be routed to any channel
- Speaker switching systems
- Mute, Mono and Dim functions for the main mix
- 19” 1U rack format
- Provided 18V DC external power supply
The new PreSonus Studio 192 will be available during Q2, 2015. It will ship with a license for Studio One Artist DAW and the UC Surface software for Mac, iPad and Windows with support for touch functions on Windows 8.1. More info at www.presonus.com.
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