Steinberg AXR4 Thunderbolt 2 Audio Interface with premium sound quality

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Article number: AXR4
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With the AXR4, Steinberg sets a new standard in audio interfaces for studios, producers and professional musicians. Featuring facilities and connectivity aimed at professional-level recording, this Thunderbolt 2 audio interface significantly raises the bar, with 32-bit integer resolution and a sample rate of up to 384 kHz. The hybrid mic preamps with Rupert Neve Designs SILK emulation add exceptional tonal control, while SSPLL guarantees ultra-low jitter. The AXR4 ensures universal excellence for all recording applications.

The AXR4 is compatible with all audio editing, mastering and music production software that supports the Core Audio standard. Installing the TOOLS for AXR4 is simple and seamlessly integrates the interface with your favorite DAW, with full control of settings via the included dspMixFX AXR software.

Features

  • Cubase AI included
  • Full Daw Integration With DSPMIXFX AXR
  • Full control with a 28x24 matrix mixer
  • Raising The Bar For Professional-Quality Sound
  • Flagship Hybrid Microphone Preamps With Rupert Neve Designs Sound
  • Rupert Neve Designs Silk
  • Sspll: The Latest Virtual Jitter Reduction Technology
  • 32-Bit Integer/384 Khz AD/DA Conversion
  • DSP-powered effects
  • Yamaha Vintage Classic EQ 601

Specifications

  • Connection Type: Thunderbolt 2
  • Design: 19‘‘ rack unit, 1 HU
  • Casing: Full-metal casing
  • Power supply: External 24 V AC adaptor (Yamaha PA-700)
  • AD/DA: 32 bit
  • Maximum sample rate: 384 kHz
  • Dynamic range input: 119 [dB]
  • Jitter reduction: SSPLL
  • Demensions: 18.90" x 14.88" x 1.77"
  • Weight: 10.14 lbs

 


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