USB Audio Interface Run Over By A Truck

PreSonus tests the durability of the new AudioBox USB in online video      02/05/08

USB Audio Interface Run Over By A Truck


Presonus have been in touch to tell us that they have recently created a video demonstrating the durability of the new AudioBox USB, proving that it can handle even extreme wear and tear and still produce high quality recordings.

Seems like everyone is jumping on the "indestructable" idea - but I still think that TC Electronic win out with their G-System. I mean how do you beat a tank rolling over it? Presonus say that the AudioBox USB is a USB bus-powered audio recording interface featuring 2 microphone/instrument inputs with 48V phantom power, 2 balanced TRS outputs, MIDI in/out along with Steinberg's Cubase LE 4 48-track recording and production software giving you everything needed to get started recording and producing your music.
Features:

  • 24-bit / 44.1, 48k USB audio recording interface
  • 2 class A XMAX microphone / instrument preamplifiers
  • 48V phantom power
  • 2 balanced TRS outputs
  • MIDI input/output
  • Powered via USB
Click here to go to the AudioBox USB page and watch the video.
Pricing and Availability:
Check with local distributor. More information:



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