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TASCAM US-322 2-In/2-Out USB Audio Interface

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Brand Tascam
Compatible Devices Personal Computer
Connectivity Technology USB
Item Dimensions LxWxH 9.75 x 8.5 x 8 inches
Maximum Sample Rate 96 KHz

About this item

  • High-Quality HDDA (High Definition Discrete Architecture) Mic Pre-amps
  • Up to 24bit/96kHz Recording Supported
  • Two XLR/TRS (MIC/LINE) Inputs with Full +48V Phantom Power Supply
  • On-Board Digital Mixer and Digital Effects
  • 2 Balanced TRS Analog Outputs and 2 RCA Analog Unbalanced Outputs

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Product Description

Product Description

The US-322 is the next line of interfaces from the leading professional and home recording manufacturer, TASCAM. This interface combines compelling new technologies like on-board digital mixers (DSP Mixer) and on-board digital effects (DSP Effects) along with advances on the wildly popular US-122mkII interface. The US-322 sports an aluminum casing for the same rugged reliability plus new improved HDDA (High Definition Discrete Architecture) mic pres. These HDDA Mic Pres offer a wider frequency response (10Hz to 68kHz), high S/N ratio (98dB), low EIN (-120dBu) and low THD+N (0.0045%); qualities rarely achieved in interfaces this affordable.

From the Manufacturer

 

US-322 USB 2.0 Audio Interface

The US-322 is the next line of interfaces from the leading professional and home recording manufacturer, TASCAM. This interface combines compelling new technologies like on-board digital mixers (DSP Mixer) and on-board digital effects (DSP Effects) along with advances on the wildly popular US-122mkII interfaces. The US-322 sports a similar aluminum casings for the same rugged reliability plus new improved HDDA (High Definition Discrete Architecture) mic pres.

This all-new interface boasts a high S/N ratio, low THD and flaunts 24bit/96kHz recording; certifying this to be the best sounding 2-In/2-Out interface to be released by TASCAM yet. The US-322 features 1 Mic XLR/Line-Guitar TRS input, 1 Mic XLR/Line TRS input, 2 Line TRS and 2 Line RCA outputs.


Anatomy of the US-322

HDDA (High Definition Discrete Architecture) Mic Pre-Amplifiers

 

To ensure superior sound, TASCAM organized months of tests and trials to design the HDDA mic pre-amplifier. Manufactured with a discrete structure and select premium parts, the HDDA pre-amp achieves a wide frequency response (10Hz to 68kHz), high S/N ratio (98dB), low EIN (-120dBu) and low THD+N (0.0045%); qualities rarely achieved in interfaces this affordable.

 


 


On-Board DSP Mixer

The on-board DSP mixer offers two operational modes. One designed for music creation (Mulit-Track Mode), the other for podcasting (Stereo Mix Mode)

Multi-track Mode
The multi-track mode is ideal for music creation. This mode delivers independent monitor-mixing from a send-level like an inline-console to a PC. In addition, this mode delivers monaural-monitoring.

Stereo-mix Mode
The stereo-mix mode makes podcast recording or broadcasting convenient and easy. An output audio signal from any PC can relay that signal back to the PC again via your DSP mixer. Any BGM from a PC can mix your voice by microphone then the mixed sound will transfer back to the PC again.


 


On-Board Effects

 

The US-322 offers send and insert effects to help support high quality recordings. All located on-board the DSP, choose between the compressor, 3-band EQ and various reverbs. Access or hide youe mixer panel and effects easily with one-click of the "Mixer Panel" button located on the top the unit.


 




Full Feature List

  • US-322
    • 2-in/2-out USB audio interface
    • Up to 24bit/96kHz recording
    • RCA line outputs (Signal is the same as the TRS balanced line outputs)
    • 2 - XLR mic inputs with HDDA mic pres and +48V phantom power
    • On-board digital mixer - “Multi-track mode” or “Stereo mix mode” selectable
    • On-board Effects:
      • Insert: Compressor, EQ
      • Send: Reverb
    • Low latency monitoring
    • Prepared for Internet broadcasting and movie file creating/editing (Stereo Mix Mode)
    • Dedicated monitor mixing (Multi-Track Mode)
    • Mixer panel provides users intuitive operation on PC for sound mixing and activating effects.
    • MON MIX volume provides easy operation for adjusting level balance from external devices and PC.
    • Output selector for each output; selectable between internal mixer output and PC sound.
    • 2 balanced XLR microphone/TRS line inputs. L channel can be switched to Guitar Input for high-impedance support.
    • TRS balanced Line Outputs
    • 1/4” TRS headphone output
    • USB 2.0 bus-powered
    • Cubase LE6 is included
    • Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8 support
    • Mac OSX Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion support

 

 

 

 

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