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Steinberg UR28M USB Audio Interface

502004300 - Steinberg UR28M USB Audio Interface

Scan Code: LN42121

Manufacturer Code: 502004300

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502004300 - Steinberg UR28M USB Audio Interface

Steinberg UR28M USB Audio InterfaceSteinberg UR28M USB Audio Interface
Steinberg UR28M USB Audio Interface

Product Overview

The UR28M interface delivers high-resolution audio with striking clarity. Connecting via USB 2.0, the DSP-powered console features digital and analog I/O with D-Pre mic preamps.

Designed for easy access to controls and connectors, the UR28M’s console comes with a single prominent output volume knob for individually controlling the levels of one of three stereo output pairs or the levels of six outputs simultaneously. You can also select between three monitoring mixes set up in the dspMixFx mixer or Cubase which is routed to the selected outputs. Several smaller rotary knobs to control signal levels of inputs 1 and 2 and the levels of the two headphone outputs. while further dedicated switches for inputs 1 and 2 allow you to employ 48 volt phantom power, 26 dB signal attenuation and connecting high-impedance instruments. Other controls include the Dim button for attenuating all line output signals by 20 dB, the Mono button and the Mute button for muting the selected output signal. Four-segment LED meterings for the inputs and the output are also available on the UR28M console.

The rear panel provides two TRS line inputs and two Neutrik combo TRS/XLR mic/line inputs alongside six analog balanced TRS outputs plus a coaxial S/PDIF input and output connector. Also included is a 1/8 inch stereo input jack for connecting to a portable audio player or other devices as a reference source

Features

• 24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface
• Analog 4 in and 6 out plus stereo input for reference source
• S/PDIF coaxial I/O
• D-Pre Class-A discrete mic preamps supporting +48V
• Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and four Channel Strips with any DAW by using the latest dspMixFx technology
• Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X and Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip additionally included
• Digitally controlled monitor level control with DIM, Mono, and Mute fed by a 3x3 monitoring matrix
• 2 separate headphone buses with individual outputs
• Cubase AI 6 music production software included
• Cross-platform compatibility for Mac OS X and Windows

Technical Specification

Manufacturer:SteinbergiPad Compatible:Yes
Computer Interface Type:USB 2.0
Dynamic Range:101 dB
Connections (Input):2 x 6.35mm (1/4") Jack
1 x SP/DIF Coaxial
2 x XLR / Jack Combo
Connections (Output):6 x 6.35mm (1/4") Jack
2 x Headphone (TRS 6.35mm Jack)
1 x SP/DIF Coaxial
Maximum Input Level:+22 dBuMaximum Output Level:+16 dBu
Mic Preamps (Max):2 Low Latency Performance Rating:
Instrument Inputs (Max):2 Dimensions (mm):291 x 59 x 164 WxHxD
Phantom Power:YesDSP Processing:Yes
Sample Rate (Max):96 kHz
Misc. Notes:
Bit Resolution:24

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Details

Duration: 24 months

Type: Return to base

DOA Period: 7 days

RTB Period: 24 months

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Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by It solves the problem I was having with latency when recording using Cubase and a Yamaha mixer 09 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Seems to work flawlessly, running Cubase 7 on Windows 7 64bit. So far I've had no issues with drivers or anything else. The price is also very impressive as this unit costs less than most standalone monitor controllers but has the extra functionality of an audio interface, the mic pre-amps also have a great sound for this price range, I've used much more expensive kit that sounded demonstrably worse, so I was pleasantly surprised by the UR28M in this regard. The silver outer casing is made of plastic, it's a small complaint but honestly I was hoping it would be aluminium, however it's not a massive issue as the build quality is still very nice & solid. 28 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very easy to set and use. Headphone output volume is quite low! 06 November 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Superb interface, lots of I/O and you can set it up to take your PC's soundcard output in so you never have an ASIO clash (you can be using ASIO while running a non-ASIO app in the background). The Reverb & FX which it comes with it are some of the best i've used, and the direct monitoring & internal mixer are a dream. the Hardware feels tough and the buttons & controls are very responsive. The drivers aren't as stable at low latencies as my old Lexicon Omega yet. However they are very new drivers so I think we be improved over time, whereas the Omega has been around for years and is very stable. i'm just referring to under-runs though, they haven't crashed on me so far. 31 August 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best preamps for the price, great AD/DA, very smart desktop form no issues with reliability yet but it seems quite fragile 13 April 2012
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