[NAMM] 2 Alesis Hub interfaces for iOS and USB
Alesis introduces at NAMM 2013 the Control Hub MIDI Interface and iO Hub audio interface for both iOS and Mac & PC.
The Alesis Control Hub features one MIDI input and one MIDI output, headphones and stereo 1/4" outputs.
It connects to the Apple iOS device via the new Lightning connector and to the computer via USB. It's powered via USB or iOS.
The iO Hub is a two-channel audio interface also powered via USB or iOS, and a 9V battery is included for condenser microphones that require phantom power.
It features 2 XLR+ 1/4" combo inputs with individual gain controls, 1/4" headphones and stereo outputs with dedicated level controls, a mic/line switch on line 2 for connecting a high impedance instrument and a switchable direct monitoring option.
More information soon on www.alesis.com.
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