Familiar USB Audio Interface Returns

ESI re-release MAYA44 USB with an updated design      05/03/07
Familiar USB Audio Interface Returns


Due, they say, to popular demand, ESI has re-released the MAYA44 USB with an updated design. They tell us that the brand new 4-in/4-out USB audio interface is compatible to all major music and DJ applications and that it's shipping now.
ESI say that, besides standard recording and playback functionality, MAYA44 USB provides everything that is needed for professional music production. In its compact case MAYA44 USB provides 4 analog input and 4 analog output channels with RCA connectors and a combined optical S/PDIF digital output / stereo headphone output.
With support for ASIO 2.0, CoreAudio and MME / WDM, MAYA44 USB is compatible to all major music and DJ applications like Cubase, Logic, Sonar, Reason, Reaktor, MixVibes, Traktor DJ Studio, BPM Studio and much more.
Features
  • 4 input channels and 4 output channels with RCA connectors
  • -10dBV input / output level (unbalanced)
  • optical S/PDIF digital output with Miniplug connector
  • headphone output (1/8" connector) with 60mW amplifier
  • ASIO 2.0 and CoreAudio support (4 inputs / 4 outputs)
  • MME / WDM support (2 inputs / 2 outputs)
  • Standard USB connection to PC or Mac
  • compatible with Windows 2000, XP and Mac OS X
  • compatible with all important DJ software applications
  • compatible with all important professional audio applications
  • compact, portable and lightweight design
Pricing and Availability:
TBC More information:
  • www.esi-audio.com

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