PreSonus Introduces AudioBox Stereo Recording Kit

This system includes a USB interface, HD7 monitoring headphones, and a pair of small-diaphragm condenser microphones.

Baton Rouge, LA (December 3, 2013) -- Recording rehearsals and performances in schools, churches, and studios is easy with the PreSonus AudioBox Stereo recording kit! This special all-PreSonus system combines a USB interface with Studio One Artist music-production software, HD7 monitoring headphones, a pair of small-diaphragm condenser microphones, and all necessary cables. It's great for capturing live performances and rehearsals, songwriting, song production, podcasting, and a variety of educational applications.

AudioBox Stereo includes:

AudioBox bus-powered USB audio/MIDI interface with cable
Perfect for musicians, students, school music labs, churches, and classrooms, the ultra-mobile 2-channel AudioBox USB boasts high-performance microphone preamplifiers and professional-quality, 24-bit converters. USB bus-powered, it's compact, easy to use, ruggedly built, and designed to work perfectly with Studio One recording software but also works fine with other audio software that supports ASIO or Core Audio.

Studio One Artist recording and production software (DAW)
Incredibly easy to learn, Studio One Artist lets you work quickly and stay focused on your inspiration while offering features rarely found in entry-level DAWs.

HD7 studio monitoring headphones
PreSonus' high-definition HD7 headphones take advantage of a patented, semi-open sound chamber to deliver exceptionally deep low frequencies with a balanced and yet powerful bass punch.

Pair of small-diaphragm studio condenser microphones
Record bands, choirs, rehearsals, school events, and more with this stereo pair of multi-purpose mics.

AudioBox Stereo MSRP is $349.95 and MAP/street is $299.95

For more information:
PreSonus

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