New Steinberg UR12 USB audio interface
Following the 44 and 22 models, Steinberg introduces today the affordable version 12 in its UR USB audio interfaces series.
The Steinberg UR12 is a two-channel USB audio interface featuring a Class A D-Pre mic preamp from Yamaha with front Neutrik XLR connector and phantom power, a Hi-Z instrument TS input and two RCA line outputs. A headphone output is also available for direct monitoring. Steinberg has completed the menu with a loopback function for live broadcasting on the web.
The UR12 supports audio resolutions up to 24-bit / 192kHz, and you can plug it to your Mac, PC or your iPad via the Apple USB Camera Connexion Kit or any compatible adapter. It is USB-powered, a mini-USB port is also available to power the device when using an iPad.
The UR12 will be available next month for the suggested street price of 119 € incl. German VAT. Cubase AI will be offered as a download to the purchasers. More info at www.steinberg.net.
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