IK Multimedia launches universal iRig Pro
IK Multimedia releases of iRig Pro, and Audiofanzine tested this now universal iOS and Mac audio and MIDI interface, a world exclusive.
The next generation of iRig interfaces now goes universal with the ability to receive both audio and MIDI signals. You can plug a dynamic condenser microphone, Hi-Z instruments (guitar, bass, etc.) or any line level source, as well as MIDI keyboards, pads or controllers thanks to the MIDI input. Both audio and MIDI inputs can be used simultaneously on an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Mac computer.
The interface features an XLR/1/4" jack combo input, a mic/instrument preamp with a gain control, +48V phantom power, a 24-bit A/D converter, a 5-pin MIDI DIN input, and LED indicators for device status, MIDI, phantom power and signal level.
The interface is powered by your iDevice or USB when used with instruments or dynamic mic. A 9V battery (included) provides phantom power to condenser microphones. It also ships with three detachable cables compatible with Lightning, 30-pin and USB connectors respectively, as well as a standard MIDI cable.
iRig Pro comes with a bundle of Free iOS apps such as AmpliTube, VocaLive, SampleTank, iGrand and iRig Recorder, as well as AmpliTube, T-RackS and SampleTank for Mac OS X.
Pricing: $149.99 / 119.99€ excl. taxes.
Audiofanzine tested the iRig Pro interface prior to its release, you can read the world exclusive review here.
Official page: www.ikmultimedia.com
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