Model MTRACK8XUS

    M-Audio M-Track Eight - audio interface

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    Specs

    General

    • Device Type
      Audio interface
    • Manufacturer
      M-Audio

    Power Device

    • Nominal Voltage
      DC 19 V

    Interface Provided

    • Qty
      2, 8
    • Connector Type
      XLR, phone mono 6.35 mm, phone stereo 6.35 mm
    • Type
      audio line-in, audio line-out, microphone

    Audio

    • Max Sampling Rate
      96 KHz

    Power

    • Voltage Required
      DC 19 V

    Audio Output

    • DAC Resolution
      24-bit
    • Sample Rate
      96 kHz (max)
    • Signal-To-Noise Ratio
      111 dB
    • Frequency Response
      20 Hz
    • Type
      audio interface
    • Features
      rack-mountable
    • Interface Type
      USB 2.0
    • Max Sampling Rate
      96 KHz

    System Requirements

    • OS Required
      Apple MacOS X 10.7.5 or later, Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10

    Header

    • Brand
      M-Audio
    • Product Line
      M-Audio M-Track
    • Model
      Eight
    • Packaged Quantity
      1
    • Compatibility
      Mac, PC

    Dimensions & Weight

    • Width
      19 in
    • Depth
      5.9 in
    • Height
      1.7 in
    • Weight
      4.37 lbs

    General

    • Manufacturer
      M-Audio

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