Swissonic USB Studio D
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Swissonic USB Studio D

USB Studio D, USB audio interface from Swissonic.

08/29/2003

Swissonic USB Studio D : Anonymous 's user review

5

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● 4 Stereo line inputs
● 2 XLR mic inputs with phantom power and phase reverse
● 2 between high impdance instrument
● a line between Stereo RCA phono prampli
● a volume knob for each between
● Monitoring, Recording and switchable headphone output
● Vu-nitre
● Converters 20-bit AD / DA
● I / O numrique (SPDIF)

About Trs to a professional studio, medium-high-end studio for a man.
Compatible with almost all the configs, new ASIO drivers for Mac and Windows
I use it with the micro T.bone SC450 primarily for singing / voice only for now, piano ultrieurement.
I put 9 because of the converters 20 and not 24-bit in return.

UTILIZATION

The installation t sufficiently proved because of the manual -> 10 pages in English, super lightweight manual, and only remember the technical specifications. For a professional / ing her, no problem. But for me one hour to understand the system.
No incompatibility but hey I do not use ASIO drivers, I am not yet in Cubase (blasphme?)
Once the Systm understood is excellent: it can cost in the instrumental record only the headphone and singing, or otherwise, in short we do what we want with the returns, we can monitor and any gnial it.

GETTING STARTED

Under WinMe, NO problem, plug the USB cable (supplied), the computer on reconnat, and go. So no need driver, those windows are working. O If the ASIO drivers are available on the site SWISSONIC (http://www.swissonic.com/support/drivers.html). I use the windows but I think magntophone try with cool edit freeware or equivalent. Latency: not for my use of recording microphones. Simultanment four recordable tracks.

OVERALL OPINION

I use dpuis two days, compltement delighted the report qualitfonctions / price is unheard of stuff is all pro. Premire feel how something so small can weigh as heavy? it's solid, no plastic here, we laugh not. I love the simplicity of use and design, I do not uh ... my room beginning be small. I do it again without hsiter this choice, however for the price, I think the big studios can afford them two or three without problem and without being dcus.