Tascam Updates USB 2.0 Interfaces
Tascam has updated its US-122L, US-144 and US-1641 with new drivers and Steinberg's latest workstation software, Cubase LE4.
The 1.01 drivers support Apple's Mac OS X Leopard operating system and are said to improve performance at 88.2k and 96kHz sampling rates. The bundled Cubase LE4 recording software built on Steinberg's latest 32-bit audio engine, compatible with plug-in synths and samplers and with up to 64 audio tracks.
TASCAM's US-1641 is a 16-in, 4-out audio interface with 8 mic ins and six line ins. It utilizes USB 2.0 technology — said to be 20% faster than FireWire 400 — for maximum channel count at minimal cost. The US-122L is the latest version of TASCAM's portable stereo audio interface. The US-144 adds additional monitoring and a pair of S/PDIF digital inputs and outputs.
For more information, visit their web site at www.tascam.com.
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