The most unique new model is the new UM-3EX 3-In/3-Out MIDI Interface that features a built-in USB hub that allows for the connection of two additional UM-3EX for a total of up to 9-In/9-Out. Three UM-3EX can be rack mounted on an optional Roland RAF-70 rack adaptor.
The UM-2EX replaces the Edirol UM-1SX and adds an additional MIDI out port for a new 1-In/2-Out configuration.
The new UM-1EX replaces the Edirol UM-1X and adds a new MIDI Thru switch that allows the UM-1EX to be used as a standalone MIDI cable or route MIDI back to an instrument or other external MIDI device.
All three new interfaces will be available in the fourth quarter of 2005.
For more information, visit their web site at www.edirol.com.
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