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ESI U24XL 24-Bit USB Audio Interface
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The ESI U24XL is a 24-bit USB audio interface theat continues ESI's tradition of offering high quality extremely small and portable audio devices. Wi...Click To Read More About This Product
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24-bit USB audio interface for PC & Mac with S/PDIF I/O and more.
The ESI U24XL is a 24-bit USB audio interface theat continues ESI's tradition of offering high quality extremely small and portable audio devices. With the legacy of ESI's Waveterminal U24 in mind, the U24XL USB interface was released just in time for the 10th anniversary of ESI.
The U24XL USB audio interface is not only stylish, its small design means that it can go with you anywhere. The ESI U24XL offers you the total flexibility of an external USB device with pure digital quality, coupled with true, high-quality 24-bit support. You also get 2 analog input and 2 analog output channels provided via TRS connectors. Even better, the ESI U24XL audio interface also provides digital S/PDIF connections in both optical and coaxial format. ESI ships the U24XL with Cubase LE 4.0 from Steinberg for both Mac and PC.
- 2 x analog input and 2 analog output channels (1/4" TRS connectors)
- One output connector usable as headphone output
- S/PDIF digital in and out available via optical (Toslink) and coaxial (RCA) connectors
- 24-bit AD/DA converter
- Real-time input monitoring for incoming signals
- Drivers for Windows Vista/XP with ASIO support with low latency
- Core Audio support under Mac OS X 10.4 and higher
- Bundled with Steinberg Cubase LE 4 for PC and Mac
Record wherever you need to with this quality, portable solution.
- Dimensions (WxD): around 10cm x 9cm
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Comments about ESI U24XL 24-Bit USB Audio Interface:
So this ESI U 24XL looked to be a good choice for a portable interface for my laptop. Didn't need tons of I/O or bells and whistles. First thing when plugging in the USB cable the rear panel flexed , not good , but if the drivers worked then i could live with it. Installed the latest drivers correctly per the manual. Plugged the USB cable into it's own USB 2.0 port so it wasn't sharing bandwidth. From the get go made my computer unstable. Got the dreaded BSOD on vista 32. I uninstalled it called Musicians friend and have since returned it.My computer is a C2D P7350, MSI motherboard , 4 gigabytes of ram, ATI mobility Radeon HD 4670. Vista 32,Ubuntu dualboot. forgot to mention i didn't try it with Ubuntu but the specific program i needed it for is windows based.