Native Instruments Komplete Audio 1 and 2 to ship from mid-March
Part of Native Instruments new 2019 product lineup included their new Komplete Audio 1 and 2 dual-input audio interfaces.
The new range of audio interfaces from Native Instruments come in two flavours, a single microphone and dual-microphone version, perfect to suit various user needs. The Komplete Audio 1 is perfect for solo musicians and producers who just need the basics, however the Komplete Audio 2 adds the ability to track two microphones, instruments or a stereo track simultaneously.
Both interfaces are capable of 24-bit and 192kHz, and they’re both bundled with a software package to get you started straight out of the box. The software package includes Monark, Replika, Phasis, Solid Bus Comp, Maschine Essentials, Ableton Live 10 Lite and Komplete Start.
The new Komplete Audio 1 and 2 audio interfaces both come with two months of free access to Native Instruments’ sounds.com, which gives you access to millions of samples and loops from leading sound designers.
Native Instruments have announced the official release date…
The new Komplete Audio 1 and 2 audio interfaces are set to ship from mid-March, and they’re already taking pre-orders on their website. The retail pricing on the new audio interfaces is as follows:
The Komplete Audio 1 – USD $109 (Around R1500 excl. duties)
The Komplete Audio 2 – USD $139 (Around R2000 excl. duties)
Both the Komplete Audio 1 and 2 feature an onboard VU meter, direct monitoring and a high-power headphone output with independent volume control. They’re both USB 2.0 bus powered, supply 48v phantom power for mics and feature pristine 24-bit 192 kHz AD/DA converters. The Komplete Audio 1 features stereo RCA output, a single XLR and a single jack input while the Komplete Audio 2 features a pair of balanced jack outputs and two combi-XLR/jack inputs.
For more information check out the Native Instruments website here.