New Edirol UA-25 Ships

Nice package eh?      01/09/04

New Edirol UA-25 Ships
Tasty metal box

The new UA-25, spotted at this Summers NAMM session is shortly to be with us. Edirol have just announced that the bus-powered, audio and MIDI equipped interface is off to the stores. The compact UA-25 offers phantom power mic preamps on the TRS/XLR combo inputs for use with microphones; a Hi-Z switch to bring a guitar or bass in without the need for a direct box; Digital In to bring in DAT and Mini Disc, RCA, TRS Balanced, and Digital Output to sendthe signal to any audio destination. Adding quality to this flexibility, the UA-25 offers balanced +4 dBu inputs & outputs. In addition, the UA-25 includes a Direct Monitoring switch that allows the user to hear the recording in real time, as well as a "MONO" setting to hear phasing issues or monitor a single source through both the left and right headphone. The most differentiating feature on the UA-25 is the "Limiter" function which adds mild compression to the analog inputs. This reduces the likelihood of clipping and makes the UA-25 the best audio interface for remote recording where a clean audio recording is a must anda second take is not an option. With advanced power circuitry and a low-noise, wide-rangepower supply, the UA-25 achieves the highest quality in a USB-powered audio interface. As always, Edirol has paid particular attention in crafting powerful, stable, low-latency audiodrivers for the UA-25 on both Windows and Mac operating systems, including direct supportfor ASIO2.0, WDM, Core Audio, and OS native drivers. Suggested retail price is $295. www.edirol.com

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