Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
3/5 from 20 reviews.
Description:USB 2.0 Two XLR-fed phantom-powered mic inputs Two analogue line level inputs 1 MIDI Input / 1 MIDI Output 96 kHz / 24-bit high quality recordings
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The TASCAM US-122L builds on the successful formula offered by the US-122 by upgrading USB to version 2 and increasing recording to 96kHz from 48kHz. With USB 2.0 carrying 40 times the speed of USB 1 / 1.1 the TASCAM US-122L upgrades its recording capabilities from 48kHz as found in the TASCAM US-122 to 96kHz. The 48 and 96 kHz debate. There seems to be a general disagreement between the professional audio community about the superiority of 96kHz sampling over 48kHz. Some things to keep in mind are: Audio CDs are recorded at 44.1kHz (16-bit). The human ear can only perceive sounds within the 20Hz to 20kHz range. If you do have the facility to experiment with both sample rates by all means do so. A number of free and priced solutions exist for both down-sampling and up-sampling (as long as all of your equipment including soundcard can sample 96kHz). One thing that everyone does agree about is testing and experimenting with different setups until you find the sweet spot with your existing rig.