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Old 04-01-2019, 12:40 PM
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Default Thumbs up to the Presonus Quantum 4848

I've just completed my chalk-to-cheese upgrade by replacing my old 003 rack+ interface with a Quantum 4848. This is the first product I've ever bought from Presonus.

I can't recall ever having a smoother, simpler install experience. Plugged it in, downloaded the driver installer, ran it and then launched Pro Tools. No re-start, no mucking about, no nothing. And the same with the free UC Console app. Downloaded it from the app store onto my iPad, launched it and there - instantly - was the interface with all its input and output meters. RTA mode is fun too - although the lag is probably too much for it to be really useful.

Obviously the greater part of my power gain has been replacing my Macbook Pro with a 12 core Mac Pro - but the Quantum 4848 seems to have a really lean driver. The Sound On Sound review I read mentioned this. I'm running a fairly complex 96k session with lots of plug-ins, including the dreaded Ozone 8 stuff, with a 64 sample buffer and everything's fine.

Now to download my free copy of Studio One Professional and bundled plugins...
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Old 04-01-2019, 07:34 PM
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Default Re: Thumbs up to the Presonus Quantum 4848

Having recently heard the Quantum in use, I agree that its a really good sounding interface
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Old 04-02-2019, 08:25 AM
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Default Re: Thumbs up to the Presonus Quantum 4848

Glad to hear the 4848 is working out for you.
I have the Quantum 2 and agree that Presonus has their act together as far as ease of use and performance. These are great interfaces at good prices.
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