Traktor Audio 10 & Audio 6 Sound Interfaces Released

Phil Morse | Read time: < 1 min
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Last updated 29 November, 2017


Traktor Audio 6 & Audio 10 First Review
The Traktor Audio 6 and Audio 10 sound interfaces up the game for DVS users especially.

As part of its raft of product announcements today, Native Instrument has released details of its forthcoming Audio 10 and Audio 6 sound interfaces, as exclusively revealed on Digital DJ Tips last week.

These two feature-laden audio interfaces are designed to work alongside the four-deck Traktor Scratch Pro 2 software, and its two-deck equivalent Traktor Duo 2, to provide a brace of out-of-the-box, powerful digital vinyl systems.

Traktor Audio 6
The Traktor Audio 6 offers two phono preamps as part of its cut-down spec.

Headline features include ten (or six) inputs and outputs, “Cirrus Logic® converters for supreme audio quality”, and “club readable” LEDs to display configuration. The Audio 10 has four phono premaps, and the Audio 6 has two. Native instruments claims easy switching between DJs using the “thru” function, a record or CD could be played while two software DJs switched laptops. (This is different the the Rane SL4 which offers true dual-laptop support with two USB jacks.)

We can confirm the pricing to be US$449 / €399 for the Audio 10, and US$279 / €249 for the Audio 6.


Here’s the official Native Instruments video detailing their new audio interfaces:

What do you think of the new features? How do you think these stack up against the Rane SL series? Let us know in the comments…

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