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Crimson combines a USB interface with high-quality preamps and a separate, fully-featured monitor controller. Features Max. six recording and six playback channels 10 source connections, 20 monitoring channels 34V operational voltage for pro levels up to +22 dBu Two discrete mic preamplifiers Two instrument preamplifiers (Hi-Z, +22 dBu) Two separate headphones amps Connect and control two stereo speaker sets Monitor mix from recording and DAW return paths Individual artist monitoring signal, with talkback Hi-Speed USB 2.0 (480MBit/s) 24 bit audio processing Sample rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz or 192kHz Fixed master clock for lowest jitter True 1:1 audio, no sample rate conversion or clock recovery SPDIF and MIDI I/Os Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32 and 64 bit) Mac OS X 10.4 or higher iPad/iPhone class compliant Multi-application mode, simultaneous ASIO and/or WDM playback Low-latency Mac OS X (ASIO-like) HAL plug-in driver Low-latency Windows ASIO and WDM driver Driver feedback synchronization to hardware clock ASIO control panel for Windows and Mac USB Audio Class 2.0 compliance (asynchronous mode) * It comes in a white or black version.

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SPL Crimson

so... SPL Crimson or ID22? confoosed which card more stable on Win7? i read SPL Crimson have horrible win7 drivers and ID22 drivers much better. what about instrumental ins and pres?

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NAMM 2016: Burl Audio is proud to announce the release of the B16 Mothership

...a HUGE market of home musicians who want studio quality conversion in a usb interface. Would buy over RME Babyface, SPL Crimson, Audient ID22, etc.. Imagine a Burl B2 USB interface with no preamps, just the Burl AD and DA. Most of us home musicians have pres anyways. WOULD BE HUGE. WOULD SELL LIKE CRAZY. Can...

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Audient Introduces Nero: Desktop Monitor Controller

But then again, the SPL Crimson is an audio interface as well

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