The PreSonus Studio 192 USB 3.0 Audio Interface & Studio Command Center enables recording at up to 192kHz, and combines eight digitally controlled XMax class-A mic preamps and Burr-Brown converters with StudioLive Fat Channel signal processing.

PreSonus Studio 192The Studio 192 also acts as a studio ‘command centre’, managing speaker switching and talkback (with onboard condenser microphone) and featuring main mix mute, mono and dim.  PreSonus’ UC Surface control software for Mac, Windows and iPad is included for mangement of all functions and quick creation of eight stereo monitor mixes with full Fat Channel processing on every input, plus reverb and delay.

Users of PreSonus Studio One DAW will find full preamp control and zero-latency monitor-mix functions integrated into their recording environment. Studio One’s hybrid Fat Channel plug-in runs on the computer’s processor and seamlessly switches to the Studio 192 DSP. This allows monitoring with Fat Channel EQ and dynamics while switching between playback and recording with no audible change.

Introduced in StudioLive RM-series rack-mount digital mixers, PreSonus’ remote-controllable XMax solid-state preamps use the same analogue circuitry as the StudioLive AI consoles, but add a separate digital volume-control circuit for digital recall without affecting the sound quality. They can be remote controlled from the Studio 192 front panel, UC Surface control software, Studio One DAW or any third-party DAW by setting up a Studio 192 as a standard Midi device, allowing preamp settings to be storedwith each session.

Mixes and the onboard talkback mic can be routed to any output, including the two headphone outputs. The outputs can be used for monitor mixing or for speaker switching. Onboard Dim/Mute and Mono options let you take control of Mthe m ain mix.

The Studio 192 two front-panel mic/instrument inputs and six rear-panel mic/line inputs – 16-channel Adat optical in and out (eight channels at 88.1kHz or 96kHz); coaxial, stereo SPDIF I/O; and BNC word-clock I/O. There are eight balanced TRS outputs, balanced stereo Main outputs, and two headphone amplifiers with independent outputs and level controls. High-end Burr-Brown ADA converters offer 118dB of dynamic range.


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