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Tascam US-428


$400.00

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good value - has lots of essential features. Robust - can handle all the advertised MIDI and audio channels simultaneously. Ideal for those getting into recording - has 4 inputs plus MIDI and digitial ins and outs.

The Cons:Inputs produce mediocre sound - competing units provide better sound. Requires fairly expensive software to take full advantage of all the mixdowns. Mediocre bundled software - limited in terms of usability.

TASCAM and Frontier Design Group have partnered together to create the first major innovation in USB-based audio. Start with a fully 24-bit front end, with two XLR inputs, two balanced 1/4" TRS inputs, two unbalanced 1/4" inputs (switchable to Hi-Z), and S/PDIF I/O.
Four channels of audio in and two out simultaneously via USB.

* PC or Mac Compatible via USB interface
* 24 bit D/A and A/D converters
* Four in (analog or S/PDIF) and two out simultaneously
* Records at up to 48kHz, 24-bit resolution
* Two independent MIDI I/O
* Supports unlimited banks of eight faders
* Dedicated EQ, Aux and Pan controllers
* Includes Cubase LE 48-track / 96kHz recording software
* Includes GigaStudio 3 LE 64-voice sampling software

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    good value - has lots of essential features

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    robust - can handle all the advertised MIDI and audio channels simultaneously

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    ideal for those getting into recording - has 4 inputs plus MIDI and digitial ins and outs

Cons
  • 1

    inputs produce mediocre sound - competing units provide better sound

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    requires fairly expensive software to take full advantage of all the mixdowns

  • 1

    mediocre bundled software - limited in terms of usability

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    aging product - might be difficult to find

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