SNAMM06: Two New USB Audio/MIDI Interfaces From Tascam

US-122L and US-144 offer 96kHz/24-bit recording      19/07/06

SNAMM06: Two New USB Audio/MIDI Interfaces From Tascam


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Tascam have been showing off their two new portable USB Audio/MIDI interfaces. The US-122L is the follow-up to the popular US-122 while the US-144 is more of the same but with S/PDIF digital input and output added. Both allow you to Record two tracks at a time at up to 96kHz/24-bit qualitywith zero latency and seem like they would make aideal travelling companions to a laptop.

US-122L Features
  • 2 XLR mic inputs with phantom power
  • 2 analog line inputs (1 switchable to high impedance for use with guitars, basses, etc.)
  • 1 MIDI input, 1 MIDI output
  • USB 2.0 equipped (also supports USB 1.1)
  • Up to 96kHz/24-bit for high quality recordings
  • Zero-latency hardware monitoring
  • Headphone/level control
  • Bus powered for use with any PC or Mac, including laptops
US-144 Features
  • 2 XLR mic inputs with phantom power
  • S/PDIF Digital Input & Output
  • 2 analog line inputs (1 switchable to high impedance for use with guitars, basses, etc.)
  • 1 MIDI input, 1 MIDI output
  • USB 2.0 equipped (also supports USB 1.1)
  • Up to 96kHz/24-bit for high quality recordings
  • Zero-latency hardware monitoring
  • Separate headphone output & level controls
  • Bus powered for use with any PC or Mac, including laptops

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