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The rack-mountable TAC-8 audio interface is designed to act as the central hub in both professional and home environments. It provides 8 analog inputs and 10 analog outputs, 10 digital inputs and outputs (in both S/PDIF and ADAT Optical formats), and both Word Clock and MIDI I/O.

Whether you want to record large scale multi-channel 24-bit/192k sessions in your studio without worrying about latency or you want to bring your onstage performance to new heights, the TAC-8 allows you to take full advantage of today's latest technology.


Anyone Own the Zoom TAC-8 Interface?

Hey y'all, As of lately I've been comparing thunderbolt interfaces. The Zoom TAC-8 has caught my eye for the price point. But I haven't been able to find any real first hand experiences with the interface. So instead I picked up the Focusrite Clarett 4pre. Though it's a very lame reason, the 4pre bummed me out...

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Gear Porn thread - pics of your slutty setups

...SQ1 in there somewhere. Running Logic with an E-RM Multiclock to keep all the hardware synced. Audio interface is a Zoom TAC-8 thunderbolt. MIDI is via 2 eMagic Unitor8 with a 3rd Unitor8 setup as a patchbay/merge box. Pride of place is this synth ...

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Audio Interface - Low Latency Performance Data Base

BTW, interesting numbers anyway. The TAC-8 is still available here in Canada. I have Thunderbolt 1 on my MBP early 2011 and could benefit from lower latencies (I know, latency is not the only variable to take into consideration, driver efficiency is also a major player). However, I know about some Midi messages sent...

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