PreSonus has expanded its Quantum audio/Midi interface series with the Quantum 2.

PreSonus Quantum 2Slightly smaller than the original Quantum, the 22x24-channel Quantum 2 uses the Thunderbolt 2 bus and a direct-to-DAW signal path to achieve extremely low latency, and uses 24-bit, 192kHz converters with 120dB of dynamic range with PreSonus’ recallable XMax microphone preamps. For more I/O channels, up to four Quantum 2 interfaces can be stacked via Thunderbolt to create a 80x80 system.

The Quantum 2 offers two combo mic/instrument inputs and two combo mic/line inputs, each with a digitally controlled XMax preamp and +48V phantom power. There are also four quarter-inch TRS line outputs, and a headphone output with dedicated volume control. With Adat Optical I/O and SPDIF stereo digital I/O, you can have up to 18 additional digital inputs and outputs for a total of 22 in/24 out. BNC word clock I/O ensures Quantum 2 and Midi I/O are also supported.

The Quantum 2 interface will become available in late October 2017 at an anticipated MAP/street price of US$699.95.


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