22 January 2014

Prism Sound Atlas Front for web


Prism Sound is expanding its range of USB audio interfaces – literally. The new Atlas USB interface (which was supposed to be classified, Secret Squirrel stuff until NAMM opened its doors, but Prism itself has let the cat out of the bag) improves on the four-preamp USB Titan released last October by providing a total of eight preamplifiers, plus a raft of digital I/O options, wordclock and other functions that place the Atlas as Prism’s premium interface. Similar to the Titan, which is essentially a USB version of the Orpheus firewire interface (bear with us here…) the Atlas has a Multichannel Digital Input and Output (MDIO) expansion slot that offers connection to digital interfaces such as Pro Tools | HDX and AES3 multichannel devices, but Prism is still being coy about Thunderbolt which is “to be confirmed”. Otherwise, the comprehensive feature list of the Atlas has got everything covered and a built-in digital mixer will let you route signals accordingly. Look for yourself – Prism Sound has its act together with www.prismsound.com already chockers with technical data on the Atlas.

Prism Sound Atlas Rear for web

Australian Distributor: CDA Professional Audio  www.cda-proaudio.com


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