Hercules 16/12 FW Price Drop

$100 less in the US      29/03/05

Hercules 16/12 FW Price Drop
The Hercules 16/12 FW

Buying Choices
If you're about to buy a FireWire interface, you may want to take a look at the Hercules 16/12 FW - the US distributor, Kaysound Imports, have just announced a $100 price drop of the Hercules 16/12 FW, the first FireWire 24-bit 96kHz 16-In/12-Out audio and MIDI interface for PC and Macintosh. "The Hercules 16/12 FW gives customers an incredibly powerful computer recording solution that is now available for under $500." said Mark Kalisky, President of Kaysound Imports. "Hercules has been very receptive to the needs of the market and its customers and has helped make this great product available to a wider audience." The Hercules 16/12 FW now retails for $750 and has an estimated street price of $499*, down from $599*. Features
  • Sturdy audio interface mountable in a standard 1U / 19" rack unit
  • Up to 16-In/12-Out multi-track recording via FireWire (IEEE 1394)
  • 24-bit 96kHz audio sampling with professional-quality converters
  • 16 inputs including 12 analog, 1 coaxial (stereo), 1 optical (stereo)
  • 12 outputs: 8 analog, 1 coaxial (stereo), 1 optical (stereo)
  • 2 mic/instrument pre-amplifiers with switchable 48-volt phantom power
  • 2 MIDI In and 2 MIDI Out via standard DIN jacks (32 In/32 Out)
  • Word Clock I/O synchronization via BNC connectors
  • No latency with direct hardware monitoring
  • Compatible with all the most popular audio software applications
  • Drivers for Mac OS X and Windows What's more, Hercules 16/12 FW is bundled with an innovative music software suite compatible with Windows and Mac OS X and more than 900MB of high-quality sound files including STORM? Special Edition (Arturia), Live Special Edition (Ableton). For more information
  • http://www.hercules.com


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