Steinberg’s AXR4-T is a high resolution, highly specified studio audio interface. It’s big, designed to be racked, with 28 in and 24 outputs, plus an interchangeable option card for computer connection – this one is the AXR4-T and has the Thunderbolt 2 option card. Steinberg have chosen to make the interface card interchangeable, which means if computer connectivity changes, you can (presumably) buy another interface option to move with the times, keeping the investment in the actual AD/DA hardware.
One thing that the AXR4 is designed to do is give a high resolution recording, handling up 384kHz sample rates (via Nuendo) at 32-Bit. This makes it suited to demanding audiophile applications, and gives an idea on how highly rated the A/D and D/A are.
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