Our Newest Generation of Audio Hardware are not packaged with a Manual or Disks.
The AudioBox I-Series (iOne &iTwo) are no exception. -They too, are part of our latest generation of PreSonus Interfaces.
-What you will find inside the box is a registration card and a foldout quick-start guide.
*These two documents familiarize you on what is included in the box and how to locate your drivers & bundled software.
-We want to make sure that we set you up for success by having the latest version of our drivers and software. For example, installing the latest versions of Studio One first thing and have all the information about your new hardware where you need it most. --Safe and sound locked away safely within your PreSonus User account. Ready for you, whenever you need it 24-7.
*User Manuals, Quick Start Guides, Latest Drivers, Latest Installers, Tutorial and Usage Videos, New Firmware Notifications... all right from your my.presonus.com account.
Please take a moment to watch this video:
PreSonus AudioBox I-Series Part 1of 6: Unboxing and Registering Online
What you will need:
The Serial Number of your AudioBox i-Series
-this can be found on the registration card and on label found on the base of the hardware (similar to a bar-code)
Let's get started!
Step #1 - To register PreSonus hardware devices, please log in to your account at https://my.presonus.com
Step #2 - Click the blue button on the right side of your screen that says "+Register New Hardware".
Step #3 - Next Select the Date when you purchased your PreSonus product.
Step #4 - Next Select Your Product In the Drop Down List.
Step #5 - Next Select the empty box below "Serial Number" with your mouse, you'll need to type in the serial number here for your PreSonus product.
Step #6 - Click the Blue "Register" Button to complete the registration process.
Step #7 - Once the registration is confirmed, your account will be populated with necessary drivers, a registered copy of Studio One Artist v2 for you, and a wealth of information (quick-start guides, manuals, videos, and extended reference material) on how you properly configure and operate your hardware.
*For additional reference