PreSonus AudioBox USB 2x2 USB Audio Recording System

PreSonus AudioBox USB 2x2 USB Audio Recording System

$119.95

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The PreSonus AudioBox USB 2x2 USB Audio Recording System is a bus powered, USB/MIDI interface and compatible with nearly every DAW on your Mac or PC. It features 24-bit/48kHz recording, zero-latency analog monitoring and 2 mic/line combo inputs with quality preamps. This interface comes with Studio One for recording right away. Buy yours today from UniqueSquared.com
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Description

A great choice for mobile musicians and podcasters, the 2-channel AudioBox USB is bus-powered, compact, ruggedly built, and works with virtually any PC or Mac recording software. It boasts high-performance Class A mic preamplifiers and professional-quality, 24-bit converters. And it comes with PreSonus’ amazing Studio One® Artist DAW software for Mac® and Windows®.


SKU PRE-AUDIOBOX
MPN ABOX
Features PreSonus AudioBox USB Features:
  • Bus-powered USB audio and MIDI interface
  • Compatible with almost all recording software for Mac®- and Windows®
  • 24-bit resolution, 44.1 and 48 kHz sampling rate
  • 2 combo mic/instrument inputs with high-performance, low-noise, high- headroom mic preamplifiers
  • Zero-latency analog monitoring
  • Includes Studio One® Artist DAW software and 6+ GB of third-party resources
Specifications
Microphone Preamp
Type:
XLR Female Balanced
Frequency Response (±3.0 dB):
14 Hz to 70 kHz
Input Impedance (Balanced):
1200 Ω
THD+N (unwtd, 1kHz @ +4 dBu Output, Unity Gain:
< 0.0008%
EIN (unwtd, 55dB Gain, 150 Ω Input, 20Hz to 22kHz:
-115 dBu
S/N Ratio (Unity Gain, unwtd, Ref. = +4 dBu, 20Hz to 22 kHz:
> 95dB
Common Mode Rejection Ratio (1 kHz, 55 dB Gain):
> 95dB
S/N Ratio (Unity Gain, unwtd, Ref. = +4 dBu, 20Hz to 22 kHz:
> 45dB
Gain Control Range (± 1dB):
0 dB to 35dB
Maximum Input Level (Unity Gain, 1 kHz @ 0.5% THD+N):
-3 dBu
Phantom Power (±2 VDC):
+48 VDC
Instrument Input :
Type:
1/4"
TRS Female Unbalanced Input Impedance:
0.5 M Ω
Line Ouputs :
Type:
1/4" TRS
Balanced Output Impedance:
51 Ω
Headphone Output:
Type:
1/4" TRS Active Stereo
Maximum Output: 
60 mW/Ch @ 60 Ω Load
Frequency Response (±1.0 dB):
20 Hz - 30kHz
Digital Audio:
ADC Dynamic Range (Awtd, 48 kHz Sample Rate):
102 dB
DAC Dynamic Range (Awtd, 48 kHz Sample Rate):
110 dB
Bit Depth:
24
Reference Level for 0dBFS:
+4 dBu
Internal Sample Frequency Selections (kHz):
44.1, 48
Power:
USB Bus-powered
Physical:
Package Type:
1/3U - steel chassis
Dimensions:
5.5(W) X 5.5(H) X 1.75(D) inches
Weight:
5.0lbs
Package Contents
  • (1) PreSonus Audiobox USB
  • (1) USB Cable
  • [USB Powered]
  • (4) Rubber Feet
  • (1) Software and User Guide CD
  • (1) Cubase LE 4 CD
Warranty Details Warranty Information
Product: Period:
PreSonus AudioBox USB 1 Year
Reviews
  1. Not great. Review by Ben
    Rating

    This is the first device from Presonus that I've used and didn't care for. It seems to work OK but:

    1.) To get audio to play smoothly without pops and clicks, you need it on very high latency settings. This is with a Core i5 2500K and Win7 x64. Maybe it's better on the Mac. For Pro Tools 10 you need the very highest settings or nothing plays at all. For other software, you're still using a 512 sample latency. My M-Audio Fast Track Pro runs at 128 samples of latency, so it's not the PC.

    2.) There's a low rumble present all the time at around -70db, even with no microphone plugged in. This can really ruin recordings.

    3.) As you click your mouse or scroll along the timeline of your DAW, you'll hear a low-frequency thump. This even happens if you're not using an audio app. Scrolling in Google Chrome sounds like a zipper in my monitors.

    I really truly hate this thing. Studio One Artist is the one saving grace, as it's easy to use. Even then, no 3rd-party plugin support, but the upgrade to Pro with more content and ReWire is $100 well-spent. I like S1 and I love my 44VSL which is why I got the AudioBox as a second interface. (Posted on 8/24/12)

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Description

Description

A great choice for mobile musicians and podcasters, the 2-channel AudioBox USB is bus-powered, compact, ruggedly built, and works with virtually any PC or Mac recording software. It boasts high-performance Class A mic preamplifiers and professional-quality, 24-bit converters. And it comes with PreSonus’ amazing Studio One® Artist DAW software for Mac® and Windows®.


SKU PRE-AUDIOBOX
MPN ABOX

Features

Features PreSonus AudioBox USB Features:
  • Bus-powered USB audio and MIDI interface
  • Compatible with almost all recording software for Mac®- and Windows®
  • 24-bit resolution, 44.1 and 48 kHz sampling rate
  • 2 combo mic/instrument inputs with high-performance, low-noise, high- headroom mic preamplifiers
  • Zero-latency analog monitoring
  • Includes Studio One® Artist DAW software and 6+ GB of third-party resources

Specs

Specifications
Microphone Preamp
Type:
XLR Female Balanced
Frequency Response (±3.0 dB):
14 Hz to 70 kHz
Input Impedance (Balanced):
1200 Ω
THD+N (unwtd, 1kHz @ +4 dBu Output, Unity Gain:
< 0.0008%
EIN (unwtd, 55dB Gain, 150 Ω Input, 20Hz to 22kHz:
-115 dBu
S/N Ratio (Unity Gain, unwtd, Ref. = +4 dBu, 20Hz to 22 kHz:
> 95dB
Common Mode Rejection Ratio (1 kHz, 55 dB Gain):
> 95dB
S/N Ratio (Unity Gain, unwtd, Ref. = +4 dBu, 20Hz to 22 kHz:
> 45dB
Gain Control Range (± 1dB):
0 dB to 35dB
Maximum Input Level (Unity Gain, 1 kHz @ 0.5% THD+N):
-3 dBu
Phantom Power (±2 VDC):
+48 VDC
Instrument Input :
Type:
1/4"
TRS Female Unbalanced Input Impedance:
0.5 M Ω
Line Ouputs :
Type:
1/4" TRS
Balanced Output Impedance:
51 Ω
Headphone Output:
Type:
1/4" TRS Active Stereo
Maximum Output: 
60 mW/Ch @ 60 Ω Load
Frequency Response (±1.0 dB):
20 Hz - 30kHz
Digital Audio:
ADC Dynamic Range (Awtd, 48 kHz Sample Rate):
102 dB
DAC Dynamic Range (Awtd, 48 kHz Sample Rate):
110 dB
Bit Depth:
24
Reference Level for 0dBFS:
+4 dBu
Internal Sample Frequency Selections (kHz):
44.1, 48
Power:
USB Bus-powered
Physical:
Package Type:
1/3U - steel chassis
Dimensions:
5.5(W) X 5.5(H) X 1.75(D) inches
Weight:
5.0lbs

Contents

Package Contents
  • (1) PreSonus Audiobox USB
  • (1) USB Cable
  • [USB Powered]
  • (4) Rubber Feet
  • (1) Software and User Guide CD
  • (1) Cubase LE 4 CD

Warranty

Warranty Details Warranty Information
Product: Period:
PreSonus AudioBox USB 1 Year

Reviews

Reviews
  1. Not great. Review by Ben
    Rating

    This is the first device from Presonus that I've used and didn't care for. It seems to work OK but:

    1.) To get audio to play smoothly without pops and clicks, you need it on very high latency settings. This is with a Core i5 2500K and Win7 x64. Maybe it's better on the Mac. For Pro Tools 10 you need the very highest settings or nothing plays at all. For other software, you're still using a 512 sample latency. My M-Audio Fast Track Pro runs at 128 samples of latency, so it's not the PC.

    2.) There's a low rumble present all the time at around -70db, even with no microphone plugged in. This can really ruin recordings.

    3.) As you click your mouse or scroll along the timeline of your DAW, you'll hear a low-frequency thump. This even happens if you're not using an audio app. Scrolling in Google Chrome sounds like a zipper in my monitors.

    I really truly hate this thing. Studio One Artist is the one saving grace, as it's easy to use. Even then, no 3rd-party plugin support, but the upgrade to Pro with more content and ReWire is $100 well-spent. I like S1 and I love my 44VSL which is why I got the AudioBox as a second interface. (Posted on 8/24/12)

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