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[AES] New Tascam US-16X08 audio interface

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Tascam US-16X08

Tascam is attending AES 2014 where they are introducing various new products, including the US-16X08 USB audio interface.

The Tascam US-16X08 is a rackable USB 2.0 audio interface that can be used with Mac and PC computers and is also compliant for use with Apple iOS devices. It offers 16 inputs, including 8 mic preamps, 8 outputs and features a DSP mixer with dedicated software. The particularity of the US-16X08 is that it can be used as a standalone microphone preamplifier.

Features:

  • 8 HDDA mic preamps with 56dB of gain
  • 8x 1/4” line level inputs, two of which can be switched to instrument inputs
  • 8 balanced line outputs, two of them with front level control
  • 24-bit / 96kHz audio resolution
  • Headphone output with dedicated level control
  • MIDI input and output
  • 125dBu EIN
  • Signal/Noise ratio: 105dB
  • DSP mixer for low-latency monitoring, with 4-band EQ and compressor
  • 19” 1U rack metal chassis
  • removable Bio-cell side panels to install the interface on a desktop with angle
  • Rack ears included

The Tascam US-16X08 will be available in November for the US price of $299.99. More info at tascam.com.

 

 

 

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