NAMM 2015 VIDEO: Roland introduces Super UA "next generation" audio interface

Modular device comes in two parts

YouTube :

NAMM 2015: Supporting both 1-bit DSD and 32-bit PCM playback, Super UA is Roland's new "audiophile-grade" audio interface.

Offering 4-in/4-out operation on XLR and 1/4-inch jacks, it promises low-latency performance and sports a multi-function knob with an LED surround. The main unit is accompanied by an I/O module; this can be detached and left in your studio when hit the road, leaving you with just a portable 2-in/2-out interface.

Specs are below, and you can hear more about it in the video above and on the Roland website.

Roland Super UA features

  • Audiophile sound quality with 1-bit DSD and 32-bit PCM playback

  • Four inputs and four outputs with XLR and 1/4-inch connectors

  • Die-cast metal construction with simple, solid controls and smooth metering
Includes 1/4-inch and 1/8-inch jacks for headphones

  • Flexible design allows for mobile use without having to disconnect studio mics and monitors
Large multi-function knob and recessed, illuminated buttons provide quick access to input and output levels

  • Clean, quiet operation with stunning clarity and dynamic range
Low-latency ASIO and Core Audio drivers
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