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Steinberg UR824

USB audio interface from Steinberg belonging to the UR series.

Steinberg has introduced the rackmountable UR824 interface and the desktop UR28M interface, two products in its new range of audio interfaces with USB 2.0 connectivity.

With the UR interfaces, Steinberg offers two solutions for musicians and producers. Both interfaces provide means of connectivity, D-Pre microphone preamps plus DSP-powered reverb and channel strip effects for monitoring at zero latency.

Steinberg UR28M / UR824

UR28M Features:

  • 24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface.
  • Analog 4 in and 6 out plus stereo input for reference source.
  • S/PDIF coaxial I/O.
  • D-Pre Class-A mic preamps supporting +48V.
  • DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and four Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strips with any DAW by using the latest dspMixFx technology.
  • Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X and Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip included.
  • Digitally controlled monitor level control with DIM, Mono, and Mute fed by a 3×3 monitoring matrix.
  • 2 separate headphone buses with individual outputs.
  • Cubase AI 6 music production software included.
  • Cross-platform compatibility for Mac OS X and Windows.

 

UR824 Features:

  • 24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface.
  • Analog 8 in and 8 out with 8 D-Pre Class-A mic preamps supporting +48 V.
  • 2 pairs of ADAT optical I/O (doubles as S/PDIF) provide 16 in and 16 out (S/MUX compatible, 8 in and 8 out @ 96 kHz).
  • DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and eight Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strips with any DAW by using the latest dspMixFx technology.
  • Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X and Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip included.
  • 2 separate headphone buses with individual outputs.
  • Word clock I/O with 2 BNC connectors plus JetPLL low jitter support.
  • Cubase AI 6 music production software included.
  • Cross-platform compatibility for Mac OS X and Windows.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The UR28M is now available to purchase for 449 EUR incl. VAT. The UR824 will be available in November of this year, priced at 849 EUR incl. VAT.

 

For more information, visit Steinberg.

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