The PUC2 is a hi-definition USB audio interface with breakthrough horse power, unmatched operating reliability, plug-n-play installation, breakthrough AES-3 and balanced analog audio quality with up to 192 kHz @ 24 bit and a sensational dynamic range of 105 dB.
Plug-n-Play for pure simplicity
With support for Windows and OSX, simply connect PUC2 to the USB port of your PC or Mac and watch the automatic installation. In only a few seconds you’ll be enjoying the highest standard of USB audio performance. There are no drivers to install, and since it’s USB-powered, you don’t need a separate power supply.
You're well connected
PUC2 offers connectivity for AES3 digital audio (XLR) and balanced analog line level audio (XLR) simultaneously. Analog audio can be set to various standard operating levels up to 18 dBu. For enhanced ease-of-use and functionality, we also offer a proprietary ASIO driver available for download free of charge.
Goodbye, power supply
Hello intelligent, state-of-the-art power management. Since PUC2 is powered via USB, there's no bulky power supply and fewer cables to connect, so it delivers exceptional performance without cluttering your workspace.
Anything but average - the superior audio quality you deserve
PUC2 delivers the highest available audio standards – up to 192 kHz at 24-bit – with a sensational dynamic range of 105dB. It combines simple, seamless setup with a clever modular design, providing the flexible ease-of-use you demand and the audio quality you deserve.
Monitoring the way it should be. With no latency.
Zero Latency Monitoring is a unique feature that allows you to monitor your recording signal in real-time, without any kind of delay. You can choose between listening to the input signal, or the return path arriving via USB. For further monitoring convenience, an AUX output lets you connect a pair of headphones, enabling you to check your audio signal quickly and easily.
Zero Latency Monitoring (ZLM)
PUC2 has a special feature which allows the user to monitor its input signal directly at all of its outputs simultaneously. This bypasses the USB conversion and computer, offering very low input to output times, typically less than 5 ms, even at low sample rates. This can be turned on by closing the tip and sleeve (ground) contacts on the 3.5mm stereo ZLM switch jack on the unit.
The USB sound output of the computer is mixed into the input signal, and by default, both signals are dimmed (reduced in level) by 6dB to avoid overloading the output stages. This automatic level adjustment can be over-ridden by connecting the ring and sleeve (ground)contacts on the ZLM switch jack, or by using a mono 3.5mm jack (or dummy plug) to switch on ZLM mode.