Presonus Studio 1810c is an audio interface with a great mix of analogue and digital I/O and USB-C™ computer connectivity for Windows or macOS.
More than just a face-plate colour upgrade from the previous Studio1810 model, Studio 1810c is a USB-C interface, offering ultra-hi-def recordings – up to 192 kHz.
You get: four front-panel inputs (via combi connectors) with +48V phantom power for condenser mics. Gain control for each input is also on the front panel, along with LED metering for input / output, and you get two headphone control levels (each of which go to 11). There is also a Main Out level control knob.
Flip it around, and there are another four line inputs via 1/4″ TRS jacks (making 8 analogue inputs in total), along with main out L&R, plus 4 addition analogue line outputs. There is also SPDIF I/O and ADAT In (making up to 18 inputs total). Yep, there is MIDI I/O also parked around the back, and the two headphone jack sockets.
Here’s what PreSonus has to say about Studio 1810c:
Ideal for producers and small bands who want to record audio from a wide range of sources, the Studio 1810c 192 kHz USB-C™ audio interface records up to 18 simultaneous inputs, including ADAT and S/PDIF, and features PreSonus® XMAX mic preamps…with included Studio One® Artist music production software… and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 and 3.0 connections.
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