Edirol Improve USB Audio Interface

UA-25EX with pro studio extras succeeds the UA-25      16/06/08
Edirol Improve USB Audio Interface


Edirol has announced a new version of its popular UA-25 24bit/96kHz USB Audio Interface. The UA-25EX succeeds the UA-25, and adds pro-grade microphone preamps, a newly developed analog compressor/limiter, and ground-lift functionality for studio and stage.
Edirol tell us that the current UA-25 has been very popular since its debut in 2004, thanks to its USB bus-powered operation and compact, sturdy aluminum body. They believe that it is widely heralded as the industry-standard USB audio interface. The UA-25EX has been improved with the pro-grade microphone preamps, latest phantom-power technology, along with a newly developed analog compressor and limiter. With a simple knob, say Edirol, you can dial up a fat, high-impact sound.
Edirol say that, for the first time in an audio-interface product, the UA-25EX has ground-lift functionality - very useful for live and home recording. It is Mac/PC cross-platform compatible and supports WDM, ASIO 2.0, and Mac OS X Core formats.
With the bundled Cakewalk Production Plus Pack CD-ROM, including the popular SONAR LE recording/composing application, Edirol see the UA-25EX is a true all-in-one recording solution.
Features
  • High-resolution 24-bit/96kHz performance with newly developed mic preamps and analog compressor/limiter
  • USB bus powered, low-noise, wide-range power supply
  • Two mic preamps and XLR/TRS combo jacks with 48V phantom power, Hi-Z port for guitar-direct connection, S/PDIF optical I/O, MIDI in/out
  • Ground lift for studio and live stage use
  • Bundled with Production Plus Pack from Cakewalk By Roland
Pricing and Availability:
TBC More information:
  • www.edirol.com

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