The 2 analog input and output channels have balanced 1/4" TRS jacks with resolutions up to 24-bit/96kHz. A S/PDIF connection creates an interference-free connection to your digital equipment, and digi... Click To Read More About This Product
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The 2 analog input and output channels have balanced 1/4" TRS jacks with resolutions up to 24-bit/96kHz. A S/PDIF connection creates an interference-free connection to your digital equipment, and digital playback is even possible at a resolution of up to 192kHz.
High-end converter components ensure audio quality which meets even the highest studio requirements. The optimized driver pack ensures extremely low latency times, whether on PC or Mac. ASIO 2.0 support and delay-free support of multiple inputs and outputs are, of course, featured, as is problem-free interplay with the Gigastudio format GSIF. You do not need an extra interface for your synthesizers any more--16-channel MIDI I/O is also provided. If your studio grows and you need more inputs and outputs, you can quite simply cascade and synchronize up to 4 PHASE 22s in your computer at once using only one driver. Or, combine them with the PHASE 28 and enter the world of advanced recording capabilities.
2 balanced analog inputs, 1/4" TRS jack
2 balanced analog outputs, 1/4" TRS jack
24-bit/96kHz signal processing of the analog inputs and outputs
Coaxial digital interface for S/PDIF, AC3, or DTS formats
WDM drivers for Windows 98SE/ME/2000 and XP Core Audio and Core MIDI support for Mac OS X Support for ASIO 2.0 - Windows only Support for GigaStudio (GSIF) - Windows only WDM kernel streaming (e.g. Sonar) - Windows only MME and DirectSound support - Windows only ControlPanel for Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP and Mac OS X SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS/RECOMMENDATIONS (PC): Pentium II 450MHz 128MB RAM VGA video card, 800x600/256 colors Windows 98SE/ME/2000 or XP G4 800MHz 256MB RAM VGA video card, 800x600/256 colors Mac OS X