Native Instruments Komplete Audio 6 is a premium-quality 6-channel audio interface. It provides everything you need to record, play and perform music, with four analog ins/outs, digital in/out, MIDI and low-latency performance-all in a sleek, rugged metal casing. The two mic inputs are armed with high-end pre-amps while Cirrus Logic converters deliver pristine, transparent sound. Upgrade your setup with Komplete Audio 6-because Komplete sounds better. The Komplete Audio 6 package also includes Komplete Elements with over 1000 sounds and effects, plus software for recording, sequencing and DJing. Komplete Audio 6 lets you experience every facet of your sound, whether you're playing virtual instruments or recording audio. After all, if you're using Maschine or Komplete instruments and effects, you're armed with an array of sounds in the highest-possible audio fidelity. Komplete Audio 6 gives you the hardware to match. Pristine sound doesn't happen by accident-it's the result of knowledge, experience and close attention to detail. Komplete Audio 6 has been designed in-house by Native Instruments. From the custom, streamlined circuit design, through the hand-picked components to the analog volume knob on top of the unit-every part of the interface is designed to preserve signal clarity. Komplete Audio 6 is designed to be flexible, with plenty of options for connecting mics, guitars, MIDI instruments or outboard gear. New chips, new audio drivers and new circuitry ensure that latency is low, and the direct monitoring option provides 100% latency-free monitoring for recording guitars, vocals, or other live sources.
I get your point. I however saw it the other way - since it's a new product, (it was in fact discontinued last year) i expected them to have the thing fixed. But since they don't care fixing things, i've said, ok folks, that's enough for me. Plenty of other manufacturers on the market!!! You...
...metal part (most of it). I believe it's making significantly more noise floor to my Presonus Sceptre S8's than my previous NI Komplete Audio 6 did..
I went out on a limb. It was the NI KA6, or the Roland Quad Capture. I wont go into details of why I decided to go for the KA6, but I went with it. And heres my review:
Core i7 quad core CPU @ 2.0ghz
All USB 2.0 ports
Newest ASIO drivers.
Windows 7 with service...
The Komplete Audio 6 is an amazing audio interface for the price. It has everything you need to start producing and recording.
2 XLR/TRS hybrid inputs on front
2 TRS inputs on the back
4 TRS outputs
The AD/DA converters are Cirrus Logic & the...
I owned the Komplete Audio 6 interface for a good year or two before moving on. It is a nice interface. The build quality is good and the driver performs very well. NI are also good about keeping it up to date. Previously I was using a very cheap Behringer interface.
Komplete 6 is definitely not...
This is a great concept for an interface that is rendered completely useless by extremely buggy drivers on Windows systems. Near constant popping and clicking, and then audio dropouts during recording. I've tested it on multiple machines to find the same results, and a quick Google search reveals...