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Roland Release Octa-Capture USB Audio Interface
Roland have debuted the highly anticipated Octa-Capture Hi-Speed USB Audio Interface setting the standard yet again for the next-generation of audio conversion.
Designed for high level audio quality, the octa-capture combines premium components, engineering and technology.
With a compact design and pristine audio reproduction the octa capture is a perfect interface for multi-channel computer based production.
It is also a great solution for the I/O capability of the V-Studio 700 and 100.
Brimming with quality and performance that punches above its size and price, OCTA CAPTURE is the next-generation audio interface.
With ten inputs, ten outputs, eight VS PREAMPS, and superb 24-bit/192 kHz audio quality, OCTA-CAPTURE sets a new standard in portable USB 2.0 audio interfaces.
In addition the unit has auto input level adjustment, extreme low latency adjustment and four flexible monitor mixes.
Never before has it been so fast and easy to set perfect input levels making it a fail safe audio capture when recording a drum kit to a full band.Posted on 1 Sep 2010 12:50 to category : Instruments News
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