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PreSonus Unveil Quantum, Their Slickest Interface To Date
Founded in 1995 Presonus have established as one of the industries leading lights in audio-recording and live-sound software and hardware. Having gathered praise from both enthusiasts and professionals alike, Presonus' reputation for creating premium grade products falls far into the realms of legend.
Presonus' latest venture fares no different; with XMAX preamps and the ability to stack itself four times over, you can expect an incredibly powerful and cohesive unit that gives the user the ability to maximise their I/O processing capabilities.
The analogue I/O is made up of two combo mic/instrument/line inputs and six seperate combo mic/line inputs featuring regulated XMAX preamp and a 48V phantom power. The Quantum additionally features a dual 1/4inch TRS main output and eight 1/4 inch TRS line outputs providing the user with a number of connectivity options affording complete convenience and room for maneuverability within a studio-based environment. With 26 inputs and 32 outputs in total, you'll never be caught short again.
During the creative process of Quantum's design, speed, quality and control where signified as top priorities that were to be expressed. Thanks to a high-speed connectivity with no DSP, Quantum is able to convey an exceptionally lean output that not only increases your workflow but drastically improves your audio quality and output.
Designed with the intention to be used specifically with PreSonus' own Studio One DAW, Quantum reveals a world of opportunities that come as a result of the pairs seamless integration and capacity for control. Fitted with full preamp control and is even able to be used remotely from your iPad, putting the power in your hands, no matter where you are.
To find out more about our range of PreSonus products please visit our Presonus product page.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 27 Apr 2017 12:54 to category : Instruments News
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