Arturia AudioFuse 14x14 Audio Interface (Silver)& Bundle w/Resident Audio R100Stereo Headphones&more

  • $599.99

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Combining the sound of a high-end analog console with the flexibility of a solid mobile interface, the Arturia AudioFuse is a revolutionary professional audio interface. Fusing superior audio performance with two DiscretePRO mic preamps and two RIAA phono preamps, AudioFuse is built on a fully symmetrical audio chain and with next-gen analog-to-digital converters it delivers impressive transparency with every detail in your sound. At home, on the road, or in the studio, AudioFuse achieves the superior sound of high-end analog studio consoles with 24-bit next-generation A-D/D-A converters at up to 192kHz sampling rate. The connectivity options are endless with the 14x14 audio interface offering two mic/instrument/line and two phono/line inputs, four analog outputs, 2 analog inserts, and ADAT, S/PDIF, World Clock, and MIDI I/O. The unit also has a 3-port USB hub and a dedicated micro-USB port so you can connect to your computer, tablet, or phone, and provides 3ms round trip latency plus direct monitoring to blend recorded tracks with the direct signal for true zero latency performance. Designed with the studio in mind, AudioFuse offers a talkback mic, A/B speaker switching, and dedicated knobs and button controls avoiding complicated menus and ensuring that nothing is in the way of your creative flow. In an Aluminum chassis with a hard cover, the Arturia AudioFuse is sure to be at your side wherever inspiration may strike you.

Basic Bundle:

Resident Audio R100 Professional Stereo Headphones – Closed-back, lightweight deliver studio sound quality with 20Hz-20kHz frequency response

Fibertique Cloth-Designed with delicate fabric to safely and effectively clean the surface of electronics

3-Pin XLR Jack to 6.35mm Stereo Plug Adapter

4X Xpix Pro-Quality Cables – 2X XLR Cable, 2X ¼” TRS Cable

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