M-Audio Profire 2626
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- 26 x 26 simultaneous analogue/digital i/o
- Eight preamps with octane technology
- Flexible on-board dsp mixer
- Up to 24-bit/192khz for high-definition audio
- 2 x 2 coaxial s/pdif (via included breakout cable)
High-Definition 26-in/26-out FireWire Audio Interface with Octane Preamp Technology 26 x 26 simultaneous analog/digital I/O > ideal for project studios Eight preamps with OctaneTM technology > award-winning quality Flexible on-board DSP mixer > create multiple unique cue mixes User-assignable master volume knob > customize your setup Functions as eight-channel mic pre/eight-channel A/D-D/A converter > standalone operation Up to 24-bit/192kHz > pristine high-definition digital audio JetPLL technology > critically acclaimed jitter elimination Pro Tools M-Powered compatible* > industry-standard software
This powerful interface delivers 26 x 26 simultaneous I/O, complete with an onboard DSP mixer sourced from up to 52 audio streams. It features every kind of connection you need - including award-winning Octane preamp technology on all eight analog inputs, ADAT, S/PDIF, word clock and MIDI. Critically acclaimed JetPLL jitter elimination technology ensures pristine audio quality and reliable synchronization all the way up to high-definition 24-bit/192kHz resolution. In addition, ProFire 2626 offers easy FireWire connectivity, extremely low latency, dual headphone outputs, front-panel 1/4" instrument inputs and standalone operation.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
I did a lot of research before deciding to go with this unit, and read review after review after review trying to decide which interface to go with. I settled on this and after owning for a couple of weeks and installing it on 2 computers (1 old mac - OS 10.4, and 1 new mac) I haven't had a single problem with the unit.
The routing options are a doddle to work out, the installation took seconds, the quality of the thing just 'feels' right. First impressions are that it sounds great. And this will give our small band loads of options when recording new material, and recording gigs.
Other options I considered were the Presonus Firestudio & Mackie Onyx Blackbird. And a host of other 8 in 8 out boxes.
Really glad I went with this one.
Hopefully i've made your decision a little easier, as I know what a nightmare it can be choosing between all the interfaces available.