An industry first, Zoom has developed new models of USB audio interfaces featuring 32-bit Float recording technology, giving musicians the ability to record pristine audio to their computers and smart devices.

The new Zoom UAC-232 (USB Audio Converter) is now available and feedback from users has been overwhelmingly positive. As a result, Zoom is moving forward with plans to release an 8-channel interface, giving creators even more inputs and features than originally anticipated*. The Zoom UAC-832 will provide 8 inputs in a rack-mountable unit with added functionality to fit home recording studios as well as live set-ups.

The technology built into the UAC series allows the user to capture the highest audio quality possible, with an ultra-wide dynamic range and an incredibly low noise floor. 32-bit Float recording, along with sample rates up to 192 kHz, processes audio at an increased bit-depth and at full bandwidth. All of this is done without the need to set gain.

Standout features:

32-bit Float recording gives musicians peace-of-mind, ensuring that their audio will never clip. No matter how loud or soft the signal, the audio capture is crisp and clean.

Additionally, Zoom’s new interfaces feature a robust chassis, XLR/TRS combo jacks, main and headphone outputs, Direct Monitoring and Midi In/Out.

*Previously announced as 4-channel model (UAC-432)



The UAC-832 (right) and the UAC-232 (left)