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PLASA 2010: Mackie release Onyx Blackjack USB recording interface
Mackie is releasing a host of new products at PLASA 2010 including the Onyx Blackjack premium 2x2 USB recording interface.
Let's face it. If you could fit one of our flagship Onyx 1640i consoles into your workspace and budget, you probably would do it.
But that shouldn't mean you have to settle for the cheapest, plastic 2x2 interface available.
We've spent serious time and research creating the Onyx Blackjack Premium USB Recording Interface.
It delivers the same proven Onyx preamps as our other flagship Onyx products in an ultra-compact, ergonomic desktop design perfect for your home studio.
Other professional features include high-end AD/DA converters, built-in DIs, phantom power and true analog hardware monitoring of inputs for hassle-free zero-latency tracking, in either mono or stereo.
The USB connection provides bus-power to the Blackjack, eliminating the need for another cable run. Plus, it's Mac/PC friendly and ready for most major DAWs right out of the box.
So, don't settle. Be smart and check out the Onyx Blackjack - the utmost in sonic quality and simplicity.
Mackie's Onyx Blackjack Premium 2x2 USB Recording Interface offers proven Onyx performance in a compact and ergonomic desktop design perfect for home studios.
With two boutique-quality Onyx preamps and premium 24-bit AD/DA conversion, Blackjack delivers unmatched fidelity, headroom and transparency for your recordings.
True analog hardware monitoring of inputs provides hassle-free zero latency tracking, in either mono or stereo.
Other professional features include phantom power, built-in DIs and separate level control for monitors and headphones.
Portable by design, it's bus-powered and Mackie tough. Compatible with Mac and PC, and ready for most major DAWs out-of-box, Blackjack offers the utmost in sonic quality and simplicity.Posted on 8 Sep 2010 12:25 to category : Instruments News
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