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Title: UA 2192 vs Apogee PSX100SE in 16 bit/ 44.1 (UV22 question)
Post by: zulusound on April 22, 2005, 02:02:07 PM
I apologize if this thread has been touched on in the past, but I have a specific question to those who have used both an Apogee PSX100SE and a Universal Audio 2192. If I am mastering a CD for replication (16bit/44.1), would an Apogee PSX100SE with UV22 have an edge over the UA 2192 at 16/44.1?

I have an amazing oportunity to buy a UA 2192 at the same price that I just bought a PSX100SE for (and that is showing up tomorrow).. People seem to gush about the 2192. I do like the idea of having 4 WC outputs from the unit.

I realize many don't consider the PSX100SE state of the art anymore, as it's a few years old (!) but I'm sure it will be a marked improvement to my onboard Masterlink or Finalizer A to D's. (don't flame me). I have never used a PSX or the UA.

Any advise would be appreciated! This is my first post here!

Thanks.
Evan in Seattle
Title: Re: UA 2192 vs Apogee PSX100SE in 16 bit/ 44.1 (UV22 question)
Post by: compasspnt on April 24, 2005, 07:10:03 AM
Evan,

I have used both, and like the UA much better.
Title: Re: UA 2192 vs Apogee PSX100SE in 16 bit/ 44.1 (UV22 question)
Post by: echorec on April 24, 2005, 06:14:48 PM
compasspnt wrote on Sun, 24 April 2005 12:10

Evan,

I have used both, and like the UA much better.


+1
Title: Re: UA 2192 vs Apogee PSX100SE in 16 bit/ 44.1 (UV22 question)
Post by: breathe on May 08, 2005, 03:33:08 AM
I used to live above Rich Williams' studio.  He designed that thing.  Is it really that good?  Better than Benchmark?

Nicholas