Prism Sound will unveil Titan at the AES
D-7 before the AES starts and Prism Sound announces that they will debut their new Titan USB audio interface at the show.
Derived from the Orpheus, but with USB connection, Titan is a multichannel audio interface equipped with DSP engine and an extension slot for MDIO interface which allows for integrating Titan into the Pro Tools HDX system-equipped environments.
Titan features 8 analog inputs and outputs, as well a S/PDIF and TOSLINK optical digital I/O (ADAT also supported). 2 headphone outputs are also available with their respective level control.
The interface supports up to 192kHz sample rate and Prism Sound installed digitally controlled preamps, four for microphones and two for instruments, which will be automatically selected when the signal source is detected.
The built-in DSP engine is also based on the Orpheus interface and offers inputs and output level controls, along with a full mixer for each output (ADAT included), with 5.1 and 7.1 surround support.
Note that the large rotary control on the front of the interface can be assigned to monitoring or controlling the output level and all Titan settings can be handled remotely via the Titan Control Panel App installed on a computer.
No information regarding the price of this new interface or its availability. Visit Prim Sound starting october 17th at booth 3032 and the AES show.
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