Launched at NAMM 2020, the Quantum 2626 is PreSonus’ first Thunderbolt 3 audio interface — with round-trip latency of less than 1 millisecond, making it a solid choice for small studios looking for a low-cost way to step up to Thunderbolt 3. The included Studio Magic software makes it an even better value — with over $1,000 of virtual instruments, effects plug-ins and more.
Get a closer look at the PreSonus Quantum 2626 and Studio Magic software in our video!
The Quantum 2626 includes 8 transparent XMAX mic preamps on the front panel, and channels 1 and 2 offer preamp outputs and line returns, so you can insert analog outboard effects (like a hardware EQ or compressor) before the signal hits your computer. You also get 8 TRS balanced outputs, a pair of TRS main outputs, Word Clock I/O, MIDI I/O, plus two headphone outputs with level controls. And with dual ADAT I/O and S/PDIF for digital audio connectivity, the Quantum 2626 lives up to its name, with a grand total of 26 inputs and 26 outputs.
Like all PreSonus interface products and StudioLive mixers, the Quantum 2626 comes with PreSonus’ Studio Magic suite as a free download. There’s something for everyone in this software bundle, so let’s take a closer look at everything you get!