Antelope Audio Goliath Thunderbolt / USB / MADI Audio Interface

Antelope Audio Goliath Thunderbolt / USB / MADI Audio Interface

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Overview

The Antelope Audio Goliath is a top-of-the-line audio interface with Thunderbolt, USB and MADI connectivity, 64-bit clocking, and a staggering amount of I/O and powerful DSP modeling features. 36 analog inputs, 32 analog outputs (including reamp outputs!) and a plethora of digital I/O options make the Goliath the single "biggest" audio interface of its kind. 16 Class-A mic preamps and awesome conversion capture your sounds with impeccable detail and nuance, setting the stage for Antelope's impressive models of popular microphones, guitar amps and cabinets, compressors and EQs that operate with zero latency. Advanced remote apps and an onboard touchscreen give you full control and excellent visual feedback of the Goliath's meters, routing and functions, making the Goliath a one-and-done solution for any studio that needs tons of connectivity and flexibility.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Goliath Thunderbolt / USB / MADI Audio Interface
Finish
  • Silver
Year
  • 2010s
Categories
Bit Depth
  • 24-bit
Bus-Powered
  • No
Compatibility
  • Windows
  • macOS
Computer Connectivity
  • Thunderbolt
  • USB
Digital Input Format
  • ADAT/Optical
  • AES/EBU
  • MADI
  • S/PIDF
Digital Output Format
  • ADAT/Optical
  • AES/EBU
  • MADI
  • S/PIDF
Electronics
  • Analog
  • Digital
  • Solid State
Format
  • 19-inch Rackmount
Number of Analog Inputs
  • 32
Number of Analog Outputs
  • 36
Number of Channels
  • 128
Number of Digital Inputs
  • 154
Number of Digital Outputs
  • 154
Number of Headphone Outputs
  • 2
Number of MIDI Inputs
  • 0
Number of MIDI Outputs
  • 0
Number of Mic Preamps
  • 16
Sample Rate
  • 192 khz
Simultaneous I/O
  • 64 x 64

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