New AudioBox Drivers

Presonus audio interface performance with Windows Vista improved      02/01/09

New AudioBox Drivers

PreSonus has released new software drivers for its AudioBox USB 2x2 audio interface. The new drivers improve performance stability with the Windows Vista operating system and can be downloaded free at the Presonus website. Here's all the details on the AudioBox in Presonus' own words...
The PreSonus AudioBox USB is a USB bus-powered audio-recording interface featuring 2 microphone/instrument inputs with 48V phantom power, 2 balanced TRS outputs, and MIDI In and Out. It is compatible with Mac OS X 10.3.7 and later and with Windows XP and Vista and is bundled with Steinberg's Cubase LE 4 48-track recording and production software, giving you everything needed to get started recording and producing your music.
PreSonus is famous for its Class A XMAX preamplifiers, which deliver high headroom, low noise, and high gain. The AudioBox USB sports two of these outstanding preamps, along with professional-grade, 24-bit, 44.1/48 kHz analog-to-digital converters with 102 dB dynamic range. The result is big, full, rich, quiet, and musical sound.
The AudioBox USB is built to travel. Weighing only five pounds, it is housed in a 5.5 (W) x 5.5 (H) x 1.75 inch (D), all-metal chassis with metal knobs, and easily withstands the rigors of travel. The unit is powered from the USB bus--no external power supplies or power cables. You can toss it in your laptop bag for travel and then plug it into the computer's USB port when you're ready to record. Done!
Pricing and Availability:
Drivers downloaded for free More information:

PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional Upgrade - Audio and MIDI Recording/Editing Software (Educational, Download)

PreSonus Eris E66 Active MTM Studio Monitor Kit (Pair)

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