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[AES] Tascam announces Celesonic US-20x20

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Tascam Celesonic US-20x20

USB audio interface from Tascam .

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Public price: $499 incl. VAT

From AES booth 118, Tascam has introduced the Celesonic US-20x20 USB audio interface.

The TASCAM Celesonic US-20x20 packs 20 ins and 20 outs into a USB 3.0 audio interface for Mac OSX and Windows computers. Eight Ultra-HDDA preamps feature 20dB of headroom and low noise performance. The rear panel features ADAT and S/PDIF digital I/O, word clock, MIDI, and two balanced line inputs. The US-20x20 can also be used as a stand-alone mic preamp or digital mixer.

Shipping October with an estimated street price of $499.99. Read more at the US-20x20 product page.

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