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MOTU HD192 Core Computer Recording System
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The MOTU HD192 Audio Interface Core Recording System features the latest generation 24-bit enhanced multi-bit 128X oversampling 192kHz converters. Th...Click To Read More About This Product
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Total high-end interface for your computer-based recording studio.
The MOTU HD192 Audio Interface Core Recording System features the latest generation 24-bit enhanced multi-bit 128X oversampling 192kHz converters. The rack mounted recorder achieves a remarkable A-weighted dynamic range of 120dB with balanced XLR connectors. 12 ins and 12 outs can support 2 simultaneous 5.1 surround mixes. AES/EBU I/O with sample rate conversion in and out.
The MOTU recorder's included PCI-424 soundcard is 192kHz ready. Just connect the MOTU HD192 expansion interface to record 192kHz audio. MOTU includes Audiodesk workstation software with the HD192 Core recording system.
- 24-bit enhanced multi-bit 128X oversampling 192kHz converters
- 12 ins and 12 outs
- 120dB dynamic range
- AES/EBU I/O
- Sample rate conversion in and out
- 192kHz ready PCI-424 card
- Audiodesk workstation software
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Well, I have worked with a lot of stuff through the years incl. Protools etc. and have never had any reason to put all that money in it just for the name of it, also when you today can work with so many other AD/DA's that have these last years catched up a lot. The HD 192 runs perfect with Cubase SX 3.0 or the Nuendo, so I highly recommend it, the only thing I miss is that there's no headphone output. It is good to have access to that now and then even though I run this whole thing through warm and nice preamps on an analog console (Soundtracks 4400)...Will buy 2 Motu Expanders when they put in the headph. jack as well.
Major problems with Mac Pro, 90% of the time it doesn't work at all. Tech support is no help. This product is more frustrating that anything else. I don't recommend it if you have a Mac.