Steinberg and Rupert Neve Designs collaborated to create two new USB audio interfaces.

Hamburg, Germany (April 12, 2018)—Steinberg Media Technologies has announced its new UR-RT2 and UR-RT4 USB audio interfaces, developed with Rupert Neve Designs. The interfaces will ship in June.

The UR-RT 24-bit/192 kHz USB 2.0 audio interfaces use transformers by Rupert Neve Designs, the circuitry of which was specifically developed for audio interfaces, aiming in part to provide a touch of natural compression and saturation.

The UR-RT2 comes with four inputs—two analog XLR/TRS combo inputs (Hi-Z switch on input 1 for electric guitar), plus two TRS line inputs, headphones jack with independent level control—and two outputs.

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The UR-RT4 offers six inputs and four outputs—four analog XLR/TRS combo inputs (Mic/Hi-Z on input 1/2 and Mic/Line on input 3/4), plus two TRS line inputs, and a pair of separate headphone buses with individual outputs.

Both interfaces offer USB 2.0 and MIDI connectivity alongside a range of input/output options for laptop and iPad, as well as providing DSP-powered effects for monitoring—REV-X reverb, Channel Strip and Guitar Amp Classics (a VST 3 plug-in version also included).

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The units also sport two D-PRE Class-A D-PRE mic preamps by Yamaha supporting +48 V phantom power, and ship with included software such as dspMixFx editor application for Windows, macOS and iOS; Cubase AI DAW software download version for Mac and PC (only for 64-bit environment); and Cubasis LE DAW app for iPad.

The SRP for the UR-RT2 is $349.99, while the UR-RT4 is $599.99.

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