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Steinberg Ship CI1 and CI2+ Interfaces
Steinberg have begun shipping the CI1 and CI2+ interfaces.
The new mobile recording solutions, CI1 and CI2+, are now available at stores worldwide, including Gear4music.com
Both interfaces feature two great sounding microphone/line combo jacks with +48V phantom power and a HI-Z switch on input 1 for direct connection of a guitar or bass.
The entry-level solution CI1 is bundled with Steinberg's sequencer Sequel LE and the audio editing software WaveLab LE 7.
Being at the top of the range, CI2+ comes with the music production system Cubase Essential 5 and also houses additional controller functionality.
Together with last year's released CI2, all three portable units provide intuitive handling, professional audio quality.
The units also offer seamless integration with the included Steinberg software.Posted on 12 Aug 2010 14:33 to category : Instruments News
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