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Audio Discrete 8 Synergy Core

$1,399 antelopeaudio.com

he battle for mid-priced, highly spec’d audio interfacing has become ever more intense in recent years, with a number of manufacturers now offering an awful lot for the $1,200 mark. Amongst the RMEs, MOTUs and Focusrites, you may have noticed Antelope Audio gaining some juicy traction, helped by the high quality of their Discrete 4 and 8 interfaces, which combine high audio fidelity with some neat ‘extras’, of which more shortly. The subject of this review is the Discrete 8 Synergy Core, which is a revised and updated version

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