All-In-One Solution For Home Recordings

ESI U22 XT cosMik Set features interface, mic and headphones      18/04/19

All-In-One Solution For Home Recordings


ESI says that their U22 XT cosMik Set, ESI offers an all-in-one solution for home recordings. They tell us that the bundle includes a professional 24-bit USB audio interface (U22 XT), a condenser microphone (cosMik 10) including a table stand and an XLR cable as well as headphones (eXtra 10). All product designs are made by the German audio company and can be purchased individually or as a set. Here's more details from ESI...

This bundle is designed for a lot of different purposes, like podcasting, vocal recording, track recording or simply as a starting point for a professional home studio. The set is PC and Mac compatible and includes Bitwig Studio 8-Track as well as Deckadance LE v2 from Stanton and inTone 2 ESI Edition by Audified.

U22 XT
    •    2 input / 2 output 24-bit / 96kHz USB 2.0
    •    microphone preamp with +48V phantom power support
    •    Hi-Z instrument input with 1/4“ connector
    •    USB bus powered
    •    line input with RCA connectors
    •    line output with balanced 1/4“ TRS connectors
    •    headphone output with 1/4“ connector
    •    ADC with 102dB(a) dynamic range
    •    DAC with 108dB(a) dynamic range

cosMik 10
    •    Microphone Type: Condenser
    •    Polar pattern: Cardioid
    •    Diaphragm Size: 1“ (25.4mm)
    •    Output impedance: 100 Ohm

eXtra 10
    •    50mm diameter neodymium drivers
    •    Impedance: 32 Ohm
    •    Sensitivity: 94dB SPL (1mW)

 

Pricing and Availability:
U22 XT cosMik Set will be released in May 2019

More information:

 

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