Alesis iODock Coming in July
Alesis' audio dock for the iPad is now announced for July, confirming that the project is still coming up.
The Alesis iO Dock has several features and connectors, including audio connections like XLR & 1/4″ TRS.
- Connect microphones and instruments including guitar, studio monitors, PA speakers, headphones, and MIDI controllers
- Universal device designed to work with most audio and MIDI app in the App Store; Core MIDI compliant
- Video output for connection to TVs and projectors
- Inputs: two combo XLR-1/4″ for use with audio gear, instruments, and computer audio
- Input channel gain controls and switchable phantom power for use with condenser microphones
- Guitar-direct switch for use with amplifier- and effects-modeling app
- Outputs: pair 1/4″ and 1/4″ headphone with separate volume controls
- Control: MIDI In, MIDI Out, USB MIDI, and assignable 1/4-inch footswitch input
Pricing & Availability:
It should be priced at around $200 and be available in July 2011.
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