UR824 &amp
UR824 and UR28M
Review Guide
© Steinberg Media Technologies GmbH
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1 About
About this document
This document is the review guide for Steinberg’s new UR hardware
series, comprising the UR824 and the UR28M USB audio interfaces.
About the UR series
With the UR series, Steinberg offers two professional solutions for
musicians and producers. Boasting USB 2.0 connectivity for immense
throughput expected from studio-grade interfaces, both URs ensure
universal compatibility with PCs and Mac computers.
While the UR824 rack unit is regarded as an allround I/O device, the
UR28M is a desktop unit with fewer inputs and outputs but an easy-touse monitor controller console. Both interfaces include the Cubase AI
music production software as well as native VST 3 plug-ins of the
REV-X reverb and Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip. Offering DSPpowered monitoring with effects at zero-latency, the UR interfaces are
the ideal scalable solution for professional requirements in a home
studio and project studio.
About UR824
The UR824 is a USB 2.0 audio interface with eight inputs and eight
outputs. Equipped with dspMixFx, this interface provides DSPpowered, latency-free monitoring with Cubase and any DAW software
for a truly professional recording experience.
The eight balanced Neutrik combo inputs together with studio-grade
D-Pre microphone preamps, eight balanced line outputs and the two
pairs of ADAT provide up to 24 channels, offering sufficient means for
medium recording studio setups.
UR824 USB audio interface
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About UR28M
The UR28M combines interface and dedicated monitor controller in
one desktop console. The onboard dspMixFx technology provides
DSP-powered, latency-free monitoring with Cubase or any other DAW
of choice.
UR28M USB audio interface
Featuring two TRS inputs, six TRS outputs and two combo inputs that
come with mic preamps and switchable 48 volt phantom power, highimpedance input and pad attenuation. The controller part hosts a
handy master volume knob for easy control. Combining Cubase AI 6
and the UR28M allows each user to take full advantage of the wealth
of tools at hand — at home and in the rehearsal room.
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UR824: Key features
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24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface
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Analog 8 in and 8 out with 8 D-Pre Class-A discrete mic preamps
supporting +48 V
•
2 pairs of ADAT optical I/O (doubles as S/PDIF) provide 16 in and
16 out (S/MUX compatible, 8 in and 8 out @ 96 kHz)
•
Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and
8 Channel Strips with any DAW by using the latest dspMixFx
technology
•
Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X and Sweet Spot Morphing
Channel Strip included
•
2 separate headphone buses with individual outputs
•
Word clock I/O with 2 BNC connectors plus JetPLL ultra-low jitter
support
•
Cross-platform compatibility: Cubase AI DAW software and drivers
for Mac OS X and Windows
UR824: Top 5 features
•
•
24-bit/96 kHz 24-channel USB 2.0 audio interface
8 analog in and 8 analog out with 8 D-Pre Class-A discrete mic
preamps supporting +48 V phantom power and 2 headphone
buses with individual outputs
•
2 pairs of ADAT optical I/O provide 16 ins and outs (S/MUX
compatible)
•
Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and
8 Channel Strips compatible with any DAW by using the latest
dspMixFx technology and native VST 3 effects plug-ins also
included
•
Word clock I/O with 2 BNC connectors plus JetPLL ultra-low jitter
support
UR28M: Key features
•
24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface
•
Analog 4 in and 6 out plus stereo input for reference source
•
S/PDIF coaxial I/O
•
D-Pre Class-A discrete mic preamps supporting +48V
•
Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and
four Channel Strips with any DAW by using the latest dspMixFx
technology
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•
Native VST 3 plug-ins of REV-X and Channel Strip
•
Digitally controlled monitor level control with DIM, Mono, and Mute
fed by a 3x3 monitoring matrix
•
2 separate headphone buses with individual outputs
•
Cross-platform compatibility: Cubase AI DAW software and drivers
for Mac OS X and Windows
UR28M: Top 5 features
•
24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface
•
4 analog in and 6 analog out with 2 D-Pre Class-A discrete mic
preamps supporting +48 V phantom power plus stereo input for
reference source
•
S/PDIF coaxial I/O
•
Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with one REV-X reverb and
4 Channel Strips compatible with any DAW by using the latest
dspMixFx technology and native VST 3 effects plug-ins also
included
•
Digitally controlled monitor level control with DIM, Mono and Mute
fed by 3x3 monitoring matrix
UR series: Top 5 features
•
24-bit/96 kHz USB 2.0 audio interface manufactured by Yamaha
to exacting standards
•
Outstanding sound quality due to further enhanced components of
the highly acclaimed MR816 series
•
Enhanced Class-A inverted Darlington circuit D-Pre boutique-style
microphone preamps
•
Latency-free DSP-powered monitoring with REV-X reverb and
Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strips compatible with any DAW by
using the latest dspMixFx technology and native VST 3 effects
plug-ins also included
•
Two discrete headphone outputs for individual FX-powered
monitoring
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2 What’s the UR series?
The UR series provides high-speed USB 2.0 connectivity and
comprises the rackmountable UR824 interface and UR28M desktop
interface for capturing and playing back high-resolution audio.
Strong family values
With this new line of USB 2.0 connectivity interfaces, you’ve got it all
covered: one 19-inch rackmountable unit and one handy desktop unit
beautifully conceived and manufactured to meet the most exacting
standards. Sharing the same line of heritage as the highly acclaimed
MR816 interfaces, both URs house studio-grade converters, D-Pre
Class-A discrete mic preamps plus analog and digital I/O, tending
perfectly to your individual needs and on which — it must be said
again — quality is written everywhere in big fat letters.
Hook up to your UR824
The UR824 is a 1U, 19-inch audio interface that fits nicely in your
studio rack. Its high-speed USB 2.0 lets you connect to your PC and
Mac computer while the two pairs of ADAT I/O, eight Neutrik combo
inputs with state-of-the-art D-Pre mic preamps and eight TRS outputs
add up to 24 channels, providing ample ways to hook up all your
musical gear and connect even to 7.1 surround setups. Its DSPpowered dspMixFx technology boasts latency-free monitoring in
conjunction with the native REV-X reverb and Sweet Sport Morphing
Channel Strip VST 3 plug-ins.
UR824
UR28M for your desktop
An elegant audio interface sitting beautifully on your studio desk, the
UR28M offers two TRS inputs, six TRS outputs and two Neutrik
combo inputs that come with first-class D-Pre mic preamps and 48
volt phantom power, pad switches for mic signal attenuation and highimpedance input that permits you to plug your guitar directly into the
interface. The two-track input is an additional option for monitoring
reference sources. The console features a practical master volume
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knob alongside DIM, Mono, and Mute monitor level controls while the
onboard dspMixFx technology provides DSP-powered, latency-free
monitoring with Cubase and other DAWs.
UR28M
Cubase AI 6
Cubase AI 6 is a lean Cubase version tailored to record your music
without additional bells and whistles. Based on the same core
technologies as Steinberg’s highly acclaimed Cubase 6 advanced
music production system, Cubase AI 6 offers a comprehensive feature
set for composing, recording, editing and mixing. Run it together with
either the UR824 or UR28M audio interfaces and Cubase AI 6
provides a full system solution for recording music in studio quality,
used by many musicians and producers around the world.
Cubase AI 6 Project window
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3 Described in detail
Teaming up with the included Cubase DAW running on your PC or
Mac computer, both UR824 and UR28M interfaces are full-fledged
recording studios defined through seamless DAW integration and
superb sound quality.
Perfect all-round DAW integration
By turning to the UR series, your interest is now piqued to look at the
ideal interface solution for Cubase as well as really any other DAW out
there. Boasting excellent sound characteristics and no-latency
monitoring mixes with Yamaha’s custom-designed SSP2 DSP chip,
the UR824 and UR28M integrate effortlessly into your existing
workstation environment.
dspMixFx DSP mixer for UR824 and UR28M
Cubase all the way…
Running with Cubase, the UR824 and UR28M do away with any need
for additional mixing software between DAW and I/O. This means that
all aspects of I/O handling and DSP management are handled directly
from within Cubase. Once your UR interface has been installed,
Cubase detects the launched device and automatically embeds it into
the Cubase production environment. With Steinberg’s acclaimed True
Integrated Monitoring technology, Cubase manages all audio streams
with perfect sync, allowing for a highly efficient workflow that boosts
productivity to new levels.
The URs feature direct integration into Cubase with dedicated
windows and views that only appear when they are connected,
providing full control of the hardware’s functionality from within
Cubase itself. This not only includes the Cubase Mixer extension for
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the Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip and REV-X reverb DSP
effects, but almost all hardware functionality.
…. plus overall DAW support
Zero-latency monitor mixes with DSP effects are managed alongside
mixes played back through your DAW of choice via the included
dspMixFx mixing application, combining hard disk audio data and live
streams being recorded at the same time. Each independent monitor
mix can utilize the DSP capability for an outstanding sound that you
will feel extremely comfortable performing to. The effects can be
included in the signal recorded to the input track but the signal can, of
course, also be recorded dry with no FX or bypassed completely.
All power to DSP
Powered by Yamaha’s custom-designed SSP2 DSP chip, you now
can enjoy the benefits of dspMixFx technology which offers latencyfree monitoring together with the highly acclaimed REV-X reverb and
the Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip for users of any DAW
software. When using Cubase all the advanced monitoring capabilities
are fully integrated into the application's GUI by featuring True
Integrated Monitoring.
The Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip consists of a sidechainenabled compressor and a 3-band parametric equalizer, which can be
applied to up to 8 mono input channels or 4 stereo input channels on
the UR824 and 4 mono input channels or 2 stereo input channels on
the UR28M. Both EQ and compressor were developed to attain a
highly musical sound.
Sweet Spot Morphing Channel Strip
Its featured morph knob smoothly allows you to morph through both
EQ and compression settings in combination in order for you to come
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up with the ideal sound very quickly just by using one single control
element.
The REV-X built into the UR824 and UR28M is a complex reverb
algorithm developed by Yamaha. Renowned for its high-density, richly
reverberant sound quality, with smooth attenuation, spread and depth
that work together to enhance the original sound, the REV-X features
three types of reverb effects: Hall, Room and Plate simulations with
reverb time and level control.
REV-X reverb
Crisp, crystal-clear sound
The audio quality of the UR interfaces is absolutely stunning due to its
state-of-the art convertors and studio-grade preamps.
The UR824 features eight of the latest generation of Yamaha
microphone D-Pre preamps while the UR28M comes with two D-Pres.
Each discrete Class-A analog mic preamp utilizes an advanced
Inverted Darlington circuit design and boasts a -26 dB Pad selector as
well as 48 volt phantom power. The result is a sumptuously smooth
and richly detailed sound normally only attained by preamps costing
many times more; the outstanding sound of these mic pres obviate the
need for all but the rarest vintage preamps.
Just as important as the preamps are, of course, the converters
behind them. The UR824 includes first-rate A/D and D/A converters
that offer absolutely crystal-clear sound that portrays the sound with
astonishing precision and clarity.
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Inputs and outputs as far as the eye can see
UR824
The UR824’s front panel hosts two Neutrik combo TRS/XLR
connectors for balanced microphone/line input with switchable 48 volt
phantom power and Hi-Z, pad push buttons for signal attenuation,
gain controls with peak indicators. On the opposite side there’s a
single output level rotary knob that allows you to easily adjust the
levels of the eight line output signals alongside two headphone
connectors, each with a dedicated level control. The output signal to
be controlled by the front panel rotary is selected through the
software.
Front and back panel of the UR824
The rear panel provides six Neutrik combo TRS/XLR inputs and eight
analog balanced TRS outputs as well as two pairs of optical ADAT
inputs and outputs. Also on board are two BNC connectors for –
switchable word clock input and output.
Developed by using advanced technologies to offer seamless
scalability, this mixing and recording interface offers options to expand
the number of analog inputs and outputs across the system via ADAT
to provide up to 24 input and output channels. By using only one USB
port on your computer, all connected I/Os are recognized by Cubase
with no additional setup required.
For signal synchronization, the UR824 interface also features JetPLL,
a patent-applied solution for audio network jitter. JetPLL provides the
same performance as traditional, expensive clocking solutions found
in the world’s best professional clocking products.
UR28M
Designed for easy access to controls and connectors, the UR28M’s
console comes with a single prominent output volume knob for
individually controlling the levels of one of three stereo output pairs or
the levels of six outputs simultaneously. You can also select between
three monitoring mixes set up in the dspMixFx mixer and Cubase
which is routed to the selected outputs. Several smaller rotary knobs
to control signal levels of inputs 1 and 2 and the levels of the two
headphone outputs. while further dedicated switches for inputs 1 and
2 allow you to employ 48 volt phantom power, 26 dB signal
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attenuation and connecting high-impedance instruments. Other
controls include the Dim button for attenuating all line output signals
by 20 dB, the Mono button and the Mute button for muting the
selected output signal. Four-segment LED meterings for inputs 1
through 4 and output are also available on the UR28M console.
Console and back panel of the UR28M
The rear panel provides two TRS line inputs and two Neutrik combo
TRS/XLR mic/line inputs alongside six analog balanced TRS outputs
plus a coaxial S/PDIF input and output connector. Also included is a
1/8 inch stereo input jack for connecting to a portable audio player or
other devices as a reference source.
Taking a closer look
UR824 front panel view
The front panel fo the UR824 interface offers you quick access to an
array of controls. You get Gain and Pad controls for each input on the
rear panel as well as two mic/line inputs with Hi-Z and Pad push
buttons. Also available are input metering, two dedicated volume
rotaries for the two headphone jacks alongside the big output level
knob for controlling the signal levels of selected outputs.
1) 2 XLR/TRS combo input
2) High-impedance switch for guitar and bass
3) Pad switch, selectable for each channel
4) Signal/peak indicator
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5) Input gain control
6) Phantom power switch selectable for channel pairs
7) Headphone volume control knobs
8) Headphone outputs
9) Word clock source indicator
10) Sample rate indicator
11) Main output volume control
12) Power switch
UR824 back panel view
On the UR824’s back side you can find a host of analog and digital
inputs and outputs, word clock BNC connectors for accurate
synchronization with other devices plus a single high-speed USB 2.0
port for connecting to your PC or Mac computer.
1) Power adapter connector
2) Grounding screw
3) USB 2.0 port
4) Word clock I/O switch
5) BNC connectors for word clock input and output
6) 2 pairs of optical ADAT input and output (also S/PDIF Toslink)
7) 8 analog TRS line outputs
8) 6 Neutrik combo TRS/XLR inputs
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UR28M console view
The UR28M is not only an eyecatcher on every studio desk but offers
a host of rotary and button controls for adjusting and routing signals
fed through this interface. A single knob especially calls for your
attention, allowing you to control the volume of two of the six available
line outputs or all six simultaneously for true surround sound.
1) Dedicated high-impedance switches for connecting electric and
bass guitars to inputs 1 and 2
2) Pad switch for high-level input signals on inputs 1 and 2
3) Phantom power switch for +48 V on inputs 1 and 2
4) Individual gain knobs for inputs 1 and 2
5) Phones volume knob for headphones output level
6) 2 track input level control for reference source input
7) 2 track on/off switch
8) Input level LED meter for inputs 1–4
9) Output LED meter
10) Output select buttons
11) Source select for 3 mix sources
12) Mix 1–3 indicator
13) DIM button
14) Mono mix button
15) Output level control
16) Mute button
17) Power switch
18) Word clock source indicator
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UR28M back panel view
Turn the UR28M around and you get six channels of analog balanced
line outputs, provided on quarter-inch TRS connectors, plus four
channels of balanced line TRS inputs, two of which boast Neutrik
combo connectors for both mic and line signals. The coaxial S/PDIF
connector and 2-track input complement the I/O capababilities of the
UR28M.
1) Power supply connector
2) Ground screw
3) 2 track input
4) USB 2.0 port
5) Coaxial S/PDIF input/output
6) Headphone outputs
7) 6 line outputs (TRS/TS supported)
8) 2 line inputs (TRS/TS supported)
9) 2 mic/line inputs (XLR/TRS combo connector with switchable high
impedance)
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Best setups for your gear
UR824
With its expanded I/O capabilities, the UR824 interface lets you hook
up a vast number of equipment and instruments, the signals of which
can also be fed via its high-speed USB 2.0 link to your computer for
mixing and recording at a maximum audio resolution of 24 bits and 96
kHz.
Setup diagram for UR824
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UR28M
The UR28M represents a top-notch recording system with plenty of
inputs and outputs to connect to microphones, instruments, studio
monitors and headphones. There’s a USB connector to hook up to
either your Mac or PC that lets you record and mix your productions
with the included Cubase AI workstation or other audio software.
Setup diagram for UR28M
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4 Target groups
With an array of inputs and outputs, easy handling and pristine audio
quality, both UR interfaces are the first choice for project studios,
rehearsal rooms and small to medium-scale installations.
Small studio, big effect
The UR series offers recording and production solutions for project
studios prioritizing excellent sound and a swift workflow. Connections
required for studios such as word clock, S/PDIF and ADAT plus a
range of Neutrik combo connectors on the UR824 and routable TRS
I/O on the UR28M are at hand. Also on board are EQ and
compression tools in the form of the Sweet Spot Morphing Channel
Strips on each channel, not to forget the REV-X plug-in that provides
quality reverb for modifying the intricacy of a sonic space. The
UR824’s eight line outputs offer full support for surround productions
up to 7.1, while the UR28M allows for up to 5.1 surround with its six
line outputs.
Keep on rockin’
Both UR824 and UR28M interfaces are ideal for rehearsal rooms.
Mount the UR824 in your rack and with the range of channels and
connectors, pick up all the band’s instruments and vocals and record
and mix them in Cubase AI or your preferred DAW. The UR28M has
fewer inputs and outputs, but thanks to its practical size you can place
it anywhere and even take it home with you. For live rigs, the UR824
offers inputs and outputs over a variety of formats, the two pairs of
ADAT of which provide additional I/O expansion capability. Connect
either to two 8-channel mic preamps with ADAT outputs or two UR
units in standalone mode to get a stunning 24 channels for recording
an entire rock band setup.
Cubase or not Cubase
To unleash the full potential of each UR interface, you needn’t employ
Cubase as the DAW of choice, but there are undoubtedly certain
benefits that remain unrevealed to non-Cubase users. That’s why a
streamlined version of the award-winning Cubase music production
system is included with both the UR824 and UR28M.
Combining the UR series with Cubase offers advantages such as full
integration into the Cubase user interface for a smooth workflow. But
there are plenty of reasons to take a closer look at the UR824 and
UR28M no matter what DAW you’re on. Included are ASIO and
CoreAudio drivers for full compatibility with any DAW application using
either of these driver standards. The dspMixFx DSP mixer runs on
Mac and PC and handles all aspects of DSP, routing, monitor mixing
in one easy-to-navigate interface.
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5 Product fact sheet
Tagline
USB audio interface
Language support
The user’s manual is localized in seven languages: English, German,
French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese
Components
The UR28M retail box includes the following:
•
UR28M hardware unit
•
AC power supply (PA-3C or equivalent)
•
Printed Getting Started document
•
Essential product license information card
•
TOOLS for UR28M CD-ROM
•
Cubase AI installation DVD-9
•
USB cable
•
Ferrite core
The UR824 retail box includes the following:
•
UR824 hardware unit
•
AC power supply (PA-300C or equivalent)
•
Power cable
•
Printed Getting Started document
•
Essential product license information card
•
TOOLS for UR824 CD-ROM
•
Cubase AI installation DVD-9
•
USB cable
•
Ferrite core
•
Rubber stoppers x 4
UR824: System requirements
Mac
Mac OS X 10.5.8, 10.6.3 (32-bit/64-bit kernel)
Intel processor (Intel Core Duo or faster recommended)
1 GB RAM (2 GB for Windows 7 64-bit)
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CD-ROM drive
Internet connection for license activations for included plug-in software
Compatible with any software application supporting ASIO, WDM,
CoreAudio
PC
Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
Pentium / Athlon 2 GHz or faster (dual core processor recommended)
1 GB RAM (2 GB for Windows 7 64-bit)
CD-ROM drive
Internet connection for license activations for included plug-in software
Compatible with any software application supporting ASIO, WDM,
CoreAudio
For recommended systems, refer to www.steinberg.net in the
Support section under DAW Components.
UR28M: System requirements
Mac
Mac OS X 10.5.8, 10.6.3 (32-bit/64-bit kernel)
Intel processor (Intel Core Duo or faster recommended)
1 GB RAM (2 GB for Windows 7 64-bit)
CD-ROM drive
Internet connection for license activations for included plug-in software
Compatible with any software application supporting ASIO, WDM,
CoreAudio
PC
Windows XP SP3, Vista SP2 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit)
Pentium / Athlon 2 GHz or faster (dual core processor recommended)
1 GB RAM (2 GB for Windows 7 64-bit)
CD-ROM drive
Internet connection for license activations for included plug-in software
Compatible with any software application supporting ASIO, WDM,
CoreAudio
For recommended systems, refer to www.steinberg.net in the
Support section under DAW Components.
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Cubase AI 6: system requirements
Mac
Mac OS X 10.6, Native 32-bit and 64-bit version
Intel dual core CPU
CoreAudio compatible audio hardware
2 GB RAM
Display resolution of 1280 x 800 recommended
4 GB of free HD space
DVD-ROM drive
Internet connection for license activation
PC
Windows 7, native 32-bit and 64-bit versions
Intel or AMD dual core CPU
Windows compatible audio hardware (ASIO, WDM)
2 GB RAM
Display resolution of 1280 x 800 recommended
4 GB of free HD space
DVD-ROM drive
Internet connection for license activation
For recommended systems, refer to www.steinberg.net in the
Support section under DAW Components.
Pricing
Product
€ SRP ₤ SRP
UR28M
€449
₤380
UR824
€849
₤719
All GBP pricing includes 20% British VAT
All EUR pricing includes 19% German VAT
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6 Technical specifications
UR824
Electrical characteristics
MIC/LINE INPUT (Balanced)
Frequency Response
+0.1/-0.1 dB, 20 Hz to 22 kHz
Dynamic Range
105 dB, A-Weighted
THD+N
0.0014%, 1 kHz, -1 dBFS, 22 Hz/22 kHz BPF
Crosstalk
>125 dB, 1 kHz
Maximum Input Level
+24 dBu
Input Impedance
4k Ohm
Maximum Gain
60 dB
Adjustable Gain
44 dB
Pad
-26 dB
HI-Z INPUT (Unbalanced)
Maximum Input Level
+10 dBV
Input Impedance
1M Ohm
LINE OUTPUT (Balanced)
Frequency Response
+0.1/-0.1 dB, 20 Hz to 22 kHz
Dynamic Range
117 dB, A-Weighted
THD+N
0.0009%, 1 kHz, -1 dBFS, 22Hz/22 kHz BPF
Crosstalk
>130 dB, 1 kHz
Maximum Output Level
+18 dBu
Output Impedance
75 Ohm
PHONES 1/2
Maximum Output Level
75 mW+75 mW, @40 Ohm
USB
Specification
USB 2.0, 24 bit, 44.1 kHz/48 kHz/88.2 kHz/
96 kHz
XLR INPUT
Polarity
Pin 1: Ground
Pin 2: Hot (+)
Pin 3: Cold (-)
General Specifications
Power Requirements
38.4 W (PA-300C or equivalent)
Power Requirements
480 x 44 x 275 mm
Net Weight
3.1 kg
Operating Free-air - Temperature Range
0 to +40 °C
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UR28M
Electrical characteristics
MIC/LINE INPUT (Balanced)
Frequency Response
+0.1/-0.2 dB, 20 Hz to 22 kHz
Dynamic Range
101 dB, A-Weighted
THD+N
0.002%, 1 kHz, -1 dBFS, 22 Hz/22 kHz BPF
Crosstalk
>114 dB, 1 kHz
Maximum Input Level
+22 dBu
Input Impedance
4k Ohm
Maximum Gain
60 dB
Adjustable Gain
44 dB
Pad
-26 dB
HI-Z INPUT (Unbalanced)
Maximum Input Level
+9.8 dBV
Input Impedance
500k Ohm
LINE OUTPUT (Balanced)
Frequency Response
+0.1/-0.2 dB, 20 Hz to 22 kHz
Dynamic Range
106 dB, A-Weighted
THD+N
0.001%, 1 kHz, -1 dBFS, 22 Hz/22 kHz BPF
Crosstalk
>129 dB, 1 kHz
Maximum Output Level
+16 dBu
Output Impedance
75 Ohm
PHONES 1/2
Maximum Output Level
35 mW+35 mW, @40 Ohm
USB
Specification
USB 2.0, 24 bit, 44.1 kHz/48 kHz/88.2 kHz/
96 kHz
XLR INPUT
Polarity
Pin 1: Ground
Pin 2: Hot (+)
Pin 3: Cold (-)
General Specifications
Power Requirements
8.4 W (PA-3C or equivalent)
Power Requirements
291 x 59 x 164 mm
Net Weight
1.4 kg
Operating Free-air - Temperature Range
0 to +40 °C
UR824 & UR28M Review Guide
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