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New Steinberg Audio Interfaces - NICE!

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JonUrban

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I just got an email from Steinberg (Cubase, Wavelab, Neundo) describing their new line of audio interfaces. They are very nice, and very reasonably priced (from what I could tell)

Might be worth checking out for some of you


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With 16 in/16 out you could conceivably connect a Q8, a Q4, a turntable, and a DVD-A/SACD player and permanently leave them connected without ever having to disconnect one to use the other.
 

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Something like the 16x16 is on my to buy list, maybe the end of next year. The thing I want is reliable and supported drivers/software (though not on a subscription - my pet hate), and Steinberg hopefully are ok on reliable/support.
 

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With these audio interfaces they count a lot of non analog stuff. for instance this 16x16 has 8 analog in and out, the other 8 come from ADAT, so you if you want 16 in you'd also need an ADAT interface with analog 8 in.

As I posted in another thread tonight (assuming line it/out is what you want) this is less money and is a 24x24 analog interface AND a standalone 24 channel recorder:


The gotcha for that one is you need the 25pin breakout panels or cables, and with that high a channel count over USB, your sample rate will be limited to 48Khz, but you can do 96Khz at 8x8.

Reviews are good but I haven't pulled the trigger myself (yet).
 

zeerround

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Santa came early. :LBMajor project to pull out the old interfaces and replace cabling etc. but I'll let you know how it goes.
 

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Unless there is a new driver coming soon, it looks like this thing is a bust as an interface. I'll talk to my Sweetwater sales rep tomorrow, but I wouldn't jump on this at this time. More details later.

It's tough to find an interface with 12 or more analog outs. Especially if you want to go beyond 48Khz.
 
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