NAMM 2015: The New Super UA Audiophile Interface from Roland
Roland is revealing an innovation in the field of audio interfaces this year at NAMM, with the new Super UA Audiophile-Grade Interface for MAC and PC. Housed in a die-cast metal chassis, the interface earns its reputation by offering native support for both 2.8 mHz/1-bit DSD, as well as 192 kHz/ 32-bit floating point PCM playback with a newly developed S1LKi DSP engine and stable low-latency ASIO and CORE drivers to operate in your favorite DAW environment.
For I/O, the interface features four inputs and four outputs with Neutrik XLR and ¼" connectors as well as ¼" and 1/8" headphone jacks. It also features a detachable design with a main tabletop unit that connects to an I/O module via a single cable so you can go mobile without having to disconnect studio mics and monitors individually. This makes the interface ideal for addressing the needs of studio musicians on the go who might record in a hotel room and mix on a plane before mastering the same track in a home studio.
The main unit sits securely grips a tabletop so it won’t slip, and features an OLED-ringed volume knob, two integrated TRS inputs and outputs for convenient additional I/O on the go.
You can learn about more new products from the 2015 NAMM Show at this link, courtesy of B&H.