PreSonus - AudioBox Advanced 4 x 4 USB 2.0 Recording System
- Model: 44VSL
- SKU: 6512302
The AudioBox 44VSL is the second model in a new generation of PreSonus USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interfaces that take hardware/software integration to the logical next step.
Using your computer CPU and PreSonus Virtual StudioLive (VSL) software, AudioBox VSL-series interfaces provide reverb and delay effects and the same Fat Channel compression, limiting, semi-parametric EQ, and high-pass filter, as the PreSonus StudioLive™ 16.0.2 digital mixer-all with inaudible latency.
Furthermore, thanks to the power of VSL, the AudioBox 44VSL includes an 8x4 software mixer. As a result, with just an AudioBox 44VSL and your laptop or other computer running VSL, you can mix a studio session or a live show featuring, say, a guitar duo with vocals, a small band, a DJ rig with mixer and stereo synthesizer, or a panel discussion-all while monitoring and recording with or without real-time effects!
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- PreSonus - AudioBox Advanced 4 x 4 USB 2.0 Recording System
- AudioBox 44VSL Advanced 4 x 4 USB 2.0 Recording System
- 12V DC External Power Supply
- Software Media (Studio One Artist)
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Weight (Approximate): 2.60 lb
Additional Information: Record with or without processing High-end sound in a portable, roadworthy interface Built for the rigors of the road 24-bit /96 kHz, 4 x 4, USB 2.0 recording interface
Green Compliant: Yes
Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: REACH, RoHS, WEEE
Limited Warranty: 1 Year
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Great sound, hard to configure, latency issuesJanuary 10, 2015
This is my second PRESONUS and both had issues with latency. I spent hours on the phone with tech support getting this to work with Windows 8. When I finally did get it working the sound was amazing. Crystal clear, no unwanted definition of either high or low sound. The preamps on this are amazingly clear. You do have to turn the volume up a bit (8/10 ) but not a problem for me. First recordings of 1 guitar, 1 vocal was very nice. But, going back to do anything on top of that gave me latency issues and the more I worked with the recording the worse it got. It does have a monitor knob on it that you can choose to hear what you are recording or just the tracks already there. I never got it working properly on the Windows 8 (does anything work properly with Windows 8?). After a week of pulling my hair out I decided to try it with my 5 year old (dropped) MACBOOK Pro. Install was a breeze and the latency issues were not nearly as noticable. WHAT I LEARNED ALONG THE WAY always download/install/update drivers/software before connecting device. Always use the device on the USB port it was installed on Failure to do this will cause many problems. I was able to get it running fairly well on the MAC machine but bot the Windows 8. If I had started with the MAC the latency wouldn't have been as big an issue. It was still lagging a bit but it wasn't nearly as much on the Mac. But, I decided to exchange it for a firewire or thunderbolt interface which promises zero latency, sell the new WINDOWS 8 laptop, and buy a new MAC.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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