PreSonus Studio Introduces 2|6 and 6|8 Ultra-High-Def Recording for the Desktop

PreSonus Studio has introduced the Studio 26 and Studio 68 USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interfaces for affordable ultra-high-definition recording for a wide range of users.

PreSonus said both interfaces record at up to 24-bit, 192 kHz resolution and feature high-quality microphone preamps, audiophile-grade digital converters, ultra-low-jitter clocking and MIDI I/O. 

PreSonus Studio One Artist DAW

PreSonus Studio One Artist DAW

The Studio-series interfaces come with PreSonus Studio One Artist DAW software for the Mac and Windows platforms.

PreSonus Studio 26

PreSonus Studio 26

The Studio 26 2x4 bus-powered audio/MIDI interface features two front-panel combo mic and switchable line/instrument inputs with +48V phantom power for condenser mics. In addition to the L/R main outputs, there are two balanced line outputs for monitor mixing, while LED meters indicate input and output levels.

A Cue Mix A/B function allows users to toggle between two mixes while monitoring through headphones.

Back panel of PreSonus Studio 26

Back panel of PreSonus Studio 26

The Studio 68 six-in, six-out audio/MIDI interface has two front-panel combo mic/line/instrument inputs and two rear-panel mic/line inputs. In addition to the L/R main outputs, there are two balanced line outputs for monitor mixing or speaker switching plus S/PDIF I/O. A Cue Mix A/B function also allows users to toggle between two mixes while monitoring through headphones.

Both PreSonus Studio-series audio/MIDI interfaces are available immediately at PreSonus dealers. The Studio 26 is priced at $199, while the Studio 68 is $299.

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