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  • Model:US200
  • Quick Code:163835
  • Availability: Order on Request
  • Condition: New

Price : £132.00 inc vat

£110.00 ex vat

2-in/4-out Audio/MIDI Interface

TASCAM’s US-200 is a 2-in/4-out USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface for Mac and Windows computers housed in a lightweight portable chassis. Audio can be recorded at up to 96kHz/24-bit resolution. Two high-quality XLR microphone inputs provide phantom power for condenser microphones. Four unbalanced RCA outputs are available on the rear panel as well as a MIDI input and output for synths and drum machines.
A direct monitoring path is available on the US-200 for monitoring without the delay of going through computer software. The US-200 is buss-powered meaning no additional power supply is required.
A copy of Cubase LE5 is included – the latest version of Steinberg’s 48-track workstation software. VST plug-in support automated mixing and MIDI tracks allow you to craft large productions without adding any other software. If you want to use your own software the US-200 supports most Mac and Windows software such as Logic Pro Live Nuendo Digital Performer Fruity Loops and Pro Tools 9.
Whether you’re just starting out or simply need a great-sounding portable interface check out the TASCAM US-200.

• 2-in/4-out USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface
• 96kHz/24-bit audio resolution
• Two mic preamps with phantom power XLR/TRS combo jacks
• Four unbalanced RCA outputs
• MIDI input and output
• Signal Present and Overload meter LEDs on each input
• Line Out/Phones level control
• Monitor mix level control and Mono/stereo switch for direct input monitoring
• Instrument (high impedance) switch for input 1 with indicator LED
• Includes Cubase LE5 48-track workstation recording software

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