The ultra-compact XENYX Q502USB mixer’s 5 Inputs (1 mic, 2 stereo) allow you to effortlessly achieve premium- quality sound, thanks to its onboard studio-grade XENYX Mic Preamp and ultra-musical “British” channel EQ. And our easy-to-use “one-knob” compressor provides total dynamic control for the ultimate in punch and clarity, while respecting all the power and emotion you pack into every note. Add to this, the sweet forgiveness of our British-style EQ and superb ease of use – and the Q502USB becomes an incredibly versatile mixer for your live performances. But the XENYX Q502USB isn’t just designed to handle your live gigs; it also provides the state-of-the-art tools you need to make stunning, professional-quality recordings. Along with its built-in USB/audio interface, the Q502USB mixer comes with all the recording and editing software needed to turn your computer system into your own personal high-performance home recording studio.
Premium ultra-low noise, high headroom analog mixer
State-of-the-art, phantom powered XENYX Mic Preamp comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps
Studio-grade compressor with super-easy “one-knob” functionality and control LED for professional vocal and instrumental sound
Built-in stereo USB/Audio Interface to connect directly to your computer. Free audio recording, editing and podcasting software plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins downloadable at behringer.com
Neo-classic “British” 2-band EQ for warm and musical sound
Main mix, 2-Track plus separate headphone outputs
2-Track inputs assignable to headphone output or main mix outputs
3-Year Warranty Program*
Designed and engineered in Germany
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Equipped with the same ESS Sabre32 Ultra™ DAC Technology found in audio interfaces costing thousands, the M2 delivers an astonishing 120 dB Dynamic Range on its main outputs. ESS converters also drive the headphone output, which rivals dedicated headphone amplifiers costing hundreds. Ultra-clean preamp circuits produce a measured -129 dBu EIN on the mic inputs. Capture and monitor your audio with pristine clarity
If you’re looking for a one-stop-shop for home recording, the Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD USB 2.0 audio interface is worth checking out. Perfect for singer-songwriters, the U-Phoria UMC202HD gives you two astonishingly pure, world-class MIDAS-designed mic preamps, as well as the connectivity you need for your guitars, keyboards, and other devices – all in studio-grade 24-bit/192kHz resolution. Make no mistake, the Behringer U-Phoria UMC202HD USB 2.0 audio interface is a value-packed studio-in-a-box! At Sweetwater, we’ve used just about every interface under the sun, so give us a call. We’ll be glad to help you out!
The PreSonus AudioBox 96 Studio starts with an AudioBox USB 96 USB audio interface, which will capture the music with 24-bit/96kHz quality. Studio One Artist is a feature-packed DAW, perfect for recording, mixing, and sharing the music. Users recordings will sound great, thanks to a M7 large diaphragm condenser mic, and users be able to hear everything in pristine detail with a set of HD7 studio monitoring headphones. The AudioBox 96 Studio is great for singer/songwriters, podcasters, and more. Start recording and creating music with an AudioBox USB 96. This compact, convenient, and super affordable audio interface is an ideal option for singer/songwriters and any creative artists looking for an easy way to record at home or on the road.
Apogee has squeezed every ounce of their digital audio expertise into the newly-rebuilt Ensemble Thunderbolt, setting yet another standard for sound quality, performance, and functionality. By utilizing blazing-fast, cutting-edge Thunderbolt 2 technology, the Ensemble Thunderbolt gives you ultra-low latency and unmatched CPU efficiency, allowing you to monitor more effectively, record more tracks, and process more plug-ins. Of course, the Ensemble Thunderbolt’s eight digitally-controlled mic preamps and premium AD/DA converters give you the phenomenal sound quality you’d expect from Apogee.
Designed for musicians, DJs, producers, engineers, podcasters, live streaming, or anyone creating audio content on the go, the Studio 26 from Presonus is a 2×4 USB 2.0 audio and MIDI interface featuring two front-panel combo mic-and-line/instrument inputs with XMAX-L solid-state mic preamps and dedicated 5-pin DIN MIDI input/output connectors. Two main outputs are coupled with another set of stereo L/R monitor outputs for mixing or speaker switching. Additionally, a stereo headphone output features a Cue Mix A/B, which toggles between two mixes, well suited for live-performance DJs or for listening to a performer’s monitor mix. The Studio 26 is a complete recording solution and ships with Presonus’ Studio One Artist software.
The M-Audio AIR 192|14 is an 8-in 4-out feature-packed USB audio/MIDI interface that provides all of the connections and software you need to easily create professional 24-bit/192kHz studio-quality recordings. The AIR 192|14 features (4) XLR+¼” TRS combo inputs, (2) ¼” line inputs and (2) ¼” instrument inputs that have a specially designed gain and impedance stage to provide the most accurate representation of your guitar or bass when plugged directly into the interface. There is also MIDI input and output connections so you can connect any external midi gear that you may have such as external sequencers, drum machines and controllers.
The Quantum from PreSonus is a low-latency audio interface which, via analog, ADAT, and S/PDIF connections, gives you up to 26 inputs and up to 32 outputs. The unit’s converters allow for low-latency recording, as well as dynamic ranges greater than 120 dB on both the ADC (analog to digital) and DAC (digital to analog) side. Furthermore, the Quantum captures audio at 24-bit resolutions, achieving sample rates up to 192 kHz.
If you record music to a Mac, the Apogee Element 88 is for you. The Element 88 is a 16-in/16-out audio interface that takes the best of cutting-edge Apogee gear and packs it into a streamlined, cost-effective unit. The Element 88 gives you eight balanced front-panel analog inputs, two rear-panel XLR outputs plus two balanced 1/4″ outputs, two stereo headphone outs, and word clock I/O. Eight of Apogee’s world-class mic preamps are onboard, with selectable phantom power. For expansion flexibility, optical I/O is also provided with ADAT (8 x 8), SMUX (8 x 8), and S/PDIF (2 x 2) compatibility. Apogee’s Element Control software gives you remote control of your hardware on your Mac and wireless control via iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
The Onyx Series Artist 1·2 is an interface designed to let you record audio to your computer, and to monitor that audio as well. With its Onyx microphone preamp, single XLR input, and 1/4″ input switchable between line-level signal and Hi-Z instrument impedance, the unit is suitable for singer-songwriters, podcasters, content creators, and others who want a mobile setup for recording their own projects. In your own project studio, you’ll be able to connect to your monitors by means of the 1/4″ jacks located on the rear of the unit.
The interface is relatively lightweight at 1.1 lb and provides a 1/4″ headphone output, so you can take it with you wherever you go. Mackie’s rugged steel chassis hardware design aids in this endeavor, giving you a robust, roadworthy chassis for the circuitry inside. Should you monitor through headphones, a direct monitor switch is provided, which mitigates any latency as you record your audio. The unit is designed to connect to your Mac or Windows computer over USB, and is bus-powered by the host computer.
The black Autofuse from Arturia is a 14 x 14 audio interface created for the discerning professional who requires the sound of a high-end analog console with the flexibility of a solid mobile interface. The Autofuse was designed from the ground up utilizing DiscretePRO microphone preamps, which rely on a discrete component topology to achieve studio-quality performance. A temperature-compensated oscillator controls the reference clock to ensure jitter free analog-to-digital conversion and provide remarkable transparency at sampling rates up to 192 kHz. There are no menus to dive through as every function is a single layer with dedicated knob and button controls.