The Presonus Eureka Goes Digital With The AD192

Baton Rouge, LA (February 27, 2004)--PreSonus Audio Electronics Inc. is now shipping the all-new AD192 optional digital output card for the Eureka pro recording channel. The new AD192 card features word clock I/O, both AES and SPDIF outputs, 24-bit word length and sample rates of 44.1k, 48k, 96k and 192k. In addition, both professional and consumer digital formats are support for further flexibility and compatibility. Balanced TRS line input (right input) is also included so that only one AD192 is needed for using two Eureka's in dual mono or stereo applications.
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Baton Rouge, LA (February 27, 2004)--PreSonus Audio Electronics Inc. is now shipping the all-new AD192 optional digital output card for the Eureka pro recording channel. The new AD192 card features word clock I/O, both AES and SPDIF outputs, 24-bit word length and sample rates of 44.1k, 48k, 96k and 192k. In addition, both professional and consumer digital formats are support for further flexibility and compatibility. Balanced TRS line input (right input) is also included so that only one AD192 is needed for using two Eureka's in dual mono or stereo applications.

The PreSonus Eureka pro recording channel is becoming widely used among many professional and project studio owners. The flexible Eureka becomes more powerful with the AD192 by adding high-quality digital output to a professional recording channel with microphone input impedance selection, tube simulation, variable compressor and ultra smooth three band parametric EQ. Suggested retail price on the AD192 is $249.95.

PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc.
www.presonus.com