[NAMM] Roland Super UA audio interface
Roland introduces at NAMM 2015 a compact USB audio interface that supports 1-bit DSD high resolution audio.
With the Super UA, Roland enters the market of desktop/mobile compact interface lead by Apogee and RME, but unlike its competitors, namely One or Babyface, the Super UA can playback 1-bit DSD high resolution audio as well as 32-bit PCM.
The interface is equipped with a USB port, 1/4“ right and left inputs and outputs, 1/4“ and 1/8“ headphone outputs and a connector to link the Super UA to an external box that hosts two XLR mic inputs and line outputs.
The control panel on the Super UA features a large multifunction knob and backlit buttons to quickly access input and output levels.
The Super UA supports low-latency ASIO and Core Audio drivers. It ships with a power supply.
More details about this new audio interface at www.rolandus.com.
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