Released June, 2008
The Pros:Large number of XLR inputs all combined into a single unit, saves a lot of space. Easy to adjust each volume to the right level with the LEDs. Built-in monitoring control is very handy.
The Tascam US-1641 is a recording interface for taking a band's audio output and sending it directly to a PC. This is similar to the Tascam US-2000, but lacks the 100-LED bridge and wide range of outputs.
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This is an appropriate choice for a musician looking to build a home studio. Audio is processed at up to 96 kHz in 24-bit resolution, and a total of 16 inputs can be sent to the PC simultaneously. Additionally, 4 outputs can all be active at once. The system uses a USB 2.0 interface, and will not work with the slower USB 1.1 standard. Full digital S/PDIF input/output is provided, and 8 standard XLR microphone inputs use phantom power to make setup easier.
- 16 simultaneous Inputs
- 4 Simultaneous Outputs
- 14 x 4 Analog Input/Output
- Stereo S/PDIF Digital Input/Output
- 8 XLR Mic Inputs with Phantom Power
- USB 2.0 Computer Interface
- Up to 96kHz/24-bit Audio Resolution
- Zero-latency Hardware Monitoring
- Independent Monitor and Headphone Outputs
- 16-channel MIDI Input and Output
- Includes Steinberg Cubase LE4
- ASIO and Core Audio support for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Mac OS X
- Weight: 3.2 kg, 7.1 lb
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 19 x 11.1 x 1.74 in (482.6 x 280 x 44 mm)
User Reviews (1)
large number of XLR inputs all combined into a single unit, saves a lot of space
easy to adjust each volume to the right level with the LEDs
built-in monitoring control is very handy
outputs work well with a range of equipment
output is clear and undistorted, suitable for recording
easy enough to set up and work with for a new user
included software offers in-depth fine tuning options for just the right sound
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