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The Roland Quad Capture Audio Interface provides high quality audio input and output to your computer. With two high quality mic inputs, two coaxial inputs / ouputs, phantom power, high impedance inputs for guitars, auto input level setting, 24bit / 192kHz conversion and low latency drivers, the latest of Roland's interfaces - the Quad Capture UA55 - can handle most simple studio applications and help you to record stellar audio with the minimum of fuss!
Here's what Roland say about the Quad Capture
With a pair of premium VS Preamps onboard, plus superb 24-bit/192 kHz audio quality, ultra-low latency performance, and convenient USB bus power, QUAD-CAPTURE sets a new standard for portable USB 2.0 audio interfaces. Its compact, durable design and pristine sound makes it the perfect foundation for portable, multichannel computer-based productions on the go. With quality and performance that far exceeds its size and price, QUAD-CAPTURE stands at the head of its class.
- Two combo XLR/TRS inputs with premium mic preamps (VS Preamps), two TRS outputs, coaxial I/O, headphone out, and MIDI I/O
- Graphical Control Panel software provides fast, intuitive control of the VS Preamps
- Phantom power, ground lift, and Hi-Z switches
- One-click AUTO-SENS function intelligently sets optimal input levels for the preamps
- Extreme low-latency VS Streaming driver
- Low-noise, wide-range power supply
- Compact with durable aluminium body and Direct Box functionality
- Bundled with Cakewalk SONAR X1 LE
Dave | Purchase date: 02 June 2013
Does what it is supposed to do and does it well! Got the Sonar X2 upgrade so I am good to go!!
Alex | Purchase date: 04 October 2011
The set up was straight forward. The manual also very easy to read and understand.From getting it out of the box to up and running took about 15 minutes and that's because I was finding my way back around the computer settings. From then on it was easy to link it to the Sonar X1 LE software that came free with it.
A patch lead was then quickly installed from my Boss Micro Br to the UA55, which then went straight to the Sonar software. I've now just got to understand the Sonar manual, which only refers to the X1 edition, and not the LE. It's basically the same, with a few omissions. It's best just to play around with everything and understand it that way. Also, I'm 61, so if I can manage it, then surely anyone can. Great.