Steinberg - Audio Interface - Multi

This Steinberg UR28M audio interface features 2 Neutrik combo TRS/XLR inputs and latency-free, DSP-powered monitoring for creating your own customized sound and a USB 2.0 port for an easy connection to your computer.
$395.99
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Overview

What's Included


  • Steinberg Audio Interface
  • Cubase AI 6 music production software
  • Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X
  • Sweet spot morphing channel strip

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
50% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1 out of 2)

Features


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Volume knob

For easily adjusting the levels of 6 output signals. Also features a dim button for attenuation and mono and mute buttons for customized use.

Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring

With 1 REV-X reverb and 4 channel strips via most DAWs using dspMixFX technology.

4-segment LED meterings

Help keep you informed of the status of the inputs and outputs.

6 Neutrik combo TRS/XLR inputs

Along with D-Pre Class-A microphone preamps that support +48V phantom power.

2 headphone connectors

Each feature a dedicated level control for private listening.

USB 2.0 port

Provides an easy connection to your computer. Compatible with Mac and PC.


Overall customer rating

3
50%
would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Same league as Mbox 3 Pro and Apogee Duet 2

    Posted
    lucasproaudio
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

    I am not a Cubase user. I work with Logic since 1997 and Pro Tools since 1999. I was very skeptical about purchasing this unit but I decided to give it a try. My primary goal was to get a decent mic preamps with impeccable conversion for vocals and guitars up to 96 + DSP FX for zero latency and multi monitoring system. A big challenge on a budget under $500. First, I have used for at least a month the following: Apogee Duet 2: Excellent, great pres and immaculate conversion, but no DSP FX and no multi monitoring option, single headphone out for $600. Mbox 3 Pro: As good as the Duet 2 in pres and conversion and perfect if you need more channels. Decent DSP FX for zero latency. But almost twice the price of the UR28M. Focusrite Saphire 24 DSP: Poor preamps, poor conversion, horrible dsp software. Now, for the Steinberg UR28M I was completely blown away. Preamps are on the same league as the Duet II and Mbox 3 Pro. Conversion is smooth and transparent. Same league as the other two units. Monitoring control is excellent for 3 sets of monitors. I have two: A KRK V8 and Adam AX3. The DSP FX is very intuitive and user friendly. FX Quality for monitoring is excellent. Way better than the Mbox 3 Pro. Unit is very well built. Not as sturdy as the Mbox 3 Pro but way better than the Saphire 24 DSP. I am vey happy with it. For $399 this is a no brainer. There is nothing under $500 that will get even close to the quality of this unit.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Does not work well at all

    Posted
    Todd
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    At first I thought it was just Pro tools that it didnt like. But nope...My iMac does not like this interface either. Constantly losing communication. I had to re install the drivers and it worked for a second. Stopped again. I am running 10.8.5 (old yes but still). Had no problems with my cheap focus rite. Probably gonna return this soon and get an Apollo.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend



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