Looking for an Audio Interface ? Only $249 USB/FIREWIRE with Inserts Audio Goodness

Hello there folks there’s another discovery here with not just Audio goodness but audio savings as well at the same time… there were about 10 people following the first post I had for the other gear and now got to follow on this one as well…

Cool… if you are looking for an audio interface then this might be two of your choices… whether you need  6 ins 10 outs  or a 16 ins and 16 outs… it’s good because not just the savings you gonna get if you buy them but the added features they will give you… or that you will benefit from them… in the recent NAMM show 2012 Behringer hit it again with it’s newest interface… the Behringer FCA 1616 you would know they have done their homework on this one as well considering what’s available in the market and what they have added unto it… tell me if you have found an interface in the market that’s got both USB and FIREWIRE to connect whatever set up you have?  also, tell me if you have found an interface that’s got insert points for your outboard gears… if your answer is NONE then this one does them all in one piece.  I would say very very very cool and one of my classmates bidding on it now… hahaha… well, saving some cash to order… it’s only $249 for the 16×16 sampling on 96khz with 24bit…  can’t beat this one mate… this is really AUDIO GOODNESS PLUS AUDIO SAVINGS…

Check it out… 

Audiophile 16 In/16 Out, 24-Bit/96 kHz USB/FireWire Audio/MIDI Interface with ADAT
Audiophile ultra low-noise, high headroom audio interface with 24-Bit/96 kHz resolution
Multi-channel audio and MIDI operation via FireWire 400 or USB2.0
Streams 16 inputs / 16 outputs plus 1x MIDI I/O with ultra-low latency to your computer, supporting Mac OS X and Windows XP or higher
4 state-of-the-art, phantom-powered XENYX Mic Preamps comparable to stand-alone boutique preamps with individual Pad, Low Cut and Hi-Z
All standard I/O formats supported – analog, S/PDIF (coaxial and optical), ADAT, S/MUX
Direct Monitoring and Main Volume control on hardware front – no confusing software mixer panel
2 powerful Headphone outputs with individual Volume control, Mono and Source signal select
Level control of your stereo or 7.1 active speaker system with a single knob turn
Smooth cross-fading between inputs and DAW playback signals while your record sessions
Get 8 additional microphone inputs and line outputs with the BEHRINGER ADA8000 (not included) – connected via ADAT
8 analog Inserts for use of external effects such as compressors, etc.
Status and signal presence indication for all analog and digital I/O
Powered via external power supply (included)
Standard 19″/1U rack-space form factor
Free audio recording, editing and podcasting software plus 150 instrument/effect plug-ins downloadable at http://www.behringer.com
Standard port for Kensington security lock provided
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
Conceived and designed by BEHRINGER Germany

here it is folks audio goodness and audio savings...


5 responses to “Looking for an Audio Interface ? Only $249 USB/FIREWIRE with Inserts Audio Goodness

  1. as a owner of a profire 2626 , i am a bit upset in behringer for the following reasons;
    1. the price , beats the price of the profire hands down.
    2. the insert points , this aint such a problem if you use a desk before the interface in your signal chain.
    3. they could of give a better clock speed and a higher jitter error correction function.

    i dont know how behringer get away whith it. all they have done is taken the break away cable off the system , removed a 2 adat ports , added insert points. and they have the cheek to change the name from 2626 to 1616 lol.

    also dont understand the need for usb unless it is usb3 , for god sake if you have firewire use it its faster

    as an avid fan of behringer i an impressed with the new lines they have brought out. but i am a bit skeptical over reliability issues and how the preamps will compare to the ones in the profire.

    p.s. i am enjoying your articles on audio equipment ric, keep up the good work , and remeber guys trust your ears not the gears.

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  2. thanks bro… will this you think hurt digidesign or avid? and will enhance the image of behringer… they are getting better and better

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