Steinberg UR816C Audio Interface

Steinberg UR816C Audio Interface

Regular price $985.00

Steinberg UR816C

The Steinberg UR816C is a rack-mountable USB Audio Interface, perfect for your home studio. Featuring cross-compatibility, you can use your interface with Mac, Windows and even iOS. Making the UR816C a suitable option for all your recording needs.

Additionally, the UR816C is loaded with 8 combination XLR/TRS analog inputs, as well as digital inputs for MIDI, ADAT Optical, and World Clock I/O enabling you to effortlessly sync all your digital gear. Also built-in is SSPLL technology, reducing clock jitter for pristine audio quality. With the ability to simultaneously handle analog and digital signals, world clock, MIDI and DSP; making it the perfect audio interface if you have both analog and digital gear.

Included with your UR816C is a copy of Cubase AI and Cubase LE for iPad. Create on the fly with Cubase LE and open your project files on the computer at a later time.

Overall, with flexible controls, software, and device capability; the UR816C rack-mountable audio interface is the perfect addition for your home studio.


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