This is a USB 2.0 interface with Mac and PC compatibility, up to 192kHz recording capabilities, plenty of analogue and digital I/O and high-quality preamps. The OCTA-CAPTURE is a 1U rackmountable tabletop interface that offers ten channels of audio input and output: eight analog plus stereo S/PDIF digital (and MIDI). The eight analog inputs, four on the front panel and four on the rear, are all XLR/TRS balanced combination jacks, and the first two can be switched to handle Hi-Z inputs like guitars. It also has 40-bit DSP-driven cue mixing onboard that lets you set up four independent stereo mixes quickly and easily.
According to several user reviews, they have praised a Roland Octa Capture for the High quality I/O; Impressive software setup on a ‘per channel’ basis; Auto-level setup, in-built reverb and more! Also, some users have complained it for the relatively expensive.
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To restoring the Roland Octa Capture to it’s factory settings, just simply power on while simultaneously holding the CHANNEL [< ] and [ >] buttons. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! When you execute “Factory Reset”, the settings you made will be lost. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Roland Octa Capture Factory Reset” can help you.
Reference: Roland Octa Capture manual