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Radial Engineering USB-Pro
High-resolution stereo direct box
This direct box is designed to convert sound files from a laptop computer and seamlessly transfer them to a pair of balanced audio outputs to feed a PA, recording or broadcast mixing console. Made to be plug-and-play, easy-to-use, the USB-Pro automatically configures itself for use with all popular operating systems including Mac OSX, Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, thus eliminating the need to load special drivers. And unlike devices that are limited with 16-bit, 44.1kHz conversion rates, the USB-Pro elevates the performance with true 24-bit, 96kHz stereo converters to deliver more headroom and greater detail.
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