Roland Rubix24 - 2x4 USB Audio Interface

BH #RORUBIX24 • MFR #RUBIX24
Roland
Roland Rubix24 - 2x4 USB Audio Interface
Key Features
  • 2 Inputs / 4 Outputs
  • 2 Low-Noise Mic Preamps, 48V Phantom
  • Hi-Z Input for Guitar
  • 24-Bit / 192 kHz Resolution
The 2-in / 4-out Rubix24 USB 2.0 audio interface from Roland offers a balance of high-fidelity sound, solid build quality, compact size, and powerful features, which give you studio-grade performance just about anywhere you choose to record.
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Expected availability: Sep 01, 2020
$199.99

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Roland Rubix24 - 2x4 USB Audio Interface

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Roland Rubix24 Overview

The 2-in / 4-out Rubix24 USB 2.0 audio interface from Roland offers a balance of high-fidelity sound, solid build quality, compact size, and powerful features, which give you studio-grade performance just about anywhere you choose to record.

The Rubix24 is equipped with two low-noise mic preamps and a Hi-Z jack input for guitars or other high impedance sources. It supports audio resolution up to 24-bit / 192 kHz and features class-compliant Mac and Windows drivers, for low latency. Four individual balanced outputs give you additional options for routing and monitoring setups.

The unit also features a hardware compressor/limiter to help ensure you capture a hot signal without clipping or unwanted distortion, and big level indicators that clearly show if a channel has incoming signal or if you're going to overload, critical for working in low-level light environments such as stages.

The Rubix24 is well equipped to meet the rigors of the road. Its sturdy and compact metal construction, extensive shielding, and ground lift effectively protect it against radio frequency interference and electrical hums, often found in live venues.

Connect your Rubix24 to an iPad, and using the included Ableton Live Lite software, turn it into a compact system for on-location productions.

2-in / 4-out USB 2.0 audio interface
Two low-noise mic preamps with XLR-1/4" combo jacks
Hi-Z input for guitar and other high-impedance sources
MIDI in/out ports
High-resolution audio up to 24-bit / 192 kHz
Low-latency class-compliant drivers for Mac OS, Windows, iPad
Hardware compressor/limiter
Big, easy-to-read indicators show vital information
Ground lifts for quiet operation in a variety of venues
Extensively shielded, low-noise design
Sturdy and compact metal construction
Includes Ableton Live Lite
UPC: 761294508930

Roland Rubix24 Specs

Interface
Channels of I/O2 Input / 4 Output
Max Sample Rate/Resolution192 kHz / 24-Bit
Number of Mic Preamps2
Display and Indicators2 x LED (Level)
1 x LED (Compression)
1 x LED (Power)
1 x LED (Hi-Z)
1 x LED (+48 V)
Connectivity
Host Connection1 x USB Type-B (USB 2.0)
1 x Micro-USB (Bus Power Only)
Analog I/O1 x Combo XLR-1/4" TRS Balanced/Unbalanced Mic/Line/Hi-Z Input
1 x Combo XLR-1/4" TRS Balanced Mic/Line Input
1 x 1/4" TRS Headphone Output
4 x 1/4" TRS Balanced Output
Phantom Power+48 V
Phantom Power Current6 mA (Max)
MIDI I/O1 x MIDI 5-Pin In
1 x MIDI 5-Pin Out
Performance
Max Input LevelMic Inputs:
+2 dBu
Line Inputs:
+18 dBu
Max Output LevelBalanced Outputs:
+8 dBu
Headphone Output Power20 mW per Channel into 47 Ohms
Dynamic RangeA/D Converters:
104 dB
D/A Converters:
109 dB
ImpedanceOutputs:
2 Kilohms (Balanced)
Headphone Outputs:
47 Ohms
XLR Mic Inputs:
≥4 Kilohms (Balanced)
1/4" Line Inputs:
≥15 Kilohms (Balanced)
1/4" Hi-Z Inputs:
≥500 Kilohms (Unbalanced)
SNR-94 dBu (600-Ohm Load, Min Gain)
Digital Audio
Sample Rates44.1, 48, 96, 192 kHz
Bit Depth24-Bit
Compatibility
OS CompatibilityWindows 788.1 / 10
macOS 10.10 or Later
iPadOS 9 or Later
Power
Power RequirementsUSB Bus Power
Current Consumption500 mA
Physical
Dimensions7.2 x 6.5 x 1.8" / 18.3 x 16.5 x 4.6 cm
Weight2.6 lb / 1.2 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.8 x 8.9 x 3.4"
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