M-Audio Intros Deltabolt 12-Channel Thunderbolt Audio Interface

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At the 2015 NAMM Show, M-Audio introduced the Deltabolt 12-channel audio interface, created from the ground up to be a Thunderbolt-compatible interface,

Features:

  • Record up to 32-bit/192kHz over a super high speed Thunderbolt connection
  • Software control panel with iOS remote control over each sub mix
  • Full duplex 12-input and 12-output simultaneous recording in a compact desktop form factor
  • Dual headphone outputs with selectable source for custom mixes and monitoring
  • 8 channels in and 8 channels out with DB-25 connectors

The Deltabolt 1212 is priced at US $499.99. See the M-Audio site for more info.

11 thoughts on “M-Audio Intros Deltabolt 12-Channel Thunderbolt Audio Interface

  1. Can’t find any word on if this is Mac only, or supports PC thunderbolt? And I was only reading an article the other day regarding these high level audio formats, they are actually troublesome, and don’t make for a better process – it creates these frequencies that spike and shoot down the spectrum – seems that producing work in a format that is just above your final resolution makes for a good translation.

  2. — to be followed in 6 months by the delta 2424 with MIDI and ADAT. Looks like street will be well lower than $500, I see them on preorder here for £300. Nice to see more 32-bit interfaces also.

  3. This seems like a great interface. Although I hate to have to say this but, the style is a bit of a rip-off of UA’s Apollo Twin.

  4. Just bought a Trigger finger pro, the damned thing runs out of sync, while all my other outboard gear is running in sync, and there is absolutely no support by M audio, they abandoned the M Audio Venom directly after the release, buying M audio computer controlled gear ?? never again !!

  5. My profire 2626 is still running strong and has been a good unit. I am interested in lower latency interfaces, but wish this had a second headphone out… seems kinda lame to advertise all these iOS submixes for the performers and then not even include a second headphone out. I also wish it was in a rack unit format.

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