Digidesign Mbox 2 Micro
As the much anticipated answer to one of the top requests from Pro Tools® users, ultra-small Mbox® 2 Micro enables Pro Tools users to edit, sequence, and mix sessions created on Pro Tools|HD®, Pro Tools LE®, and Pro Tools M-Powered™ systems on the go, as well as compose music with virtual instruments and loops.
About the size of a typical USB flash drive, Mbox 2 Micro offers 24-bit / 48 kHz sound, a 1/8-inch stereo output for headphone or speaker monitoring (no audio inputs*), and a convenient volume wheel, providing you with the freedom of true editing, sequencing, and mixing mobility.
Connector: One 1/8” stereo jack
(for headphone or speaker monitoring) with volume control
Maximum Output: +3 dBV into 600 Ohms
Frequency Response: -2/+0 dB, 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Dynamic Range: 103 dB A-weighted (THD+N: 0.002%)
Supported Sample Rates: 44.1, 48 kHz
Maximum Word Length: 24 bit
Host Connection: One USB 1.1 type A connector (extension cable included)
Size / Weight / Power
Weight: 1.2 oz.
Power Requirements: Powered by USB bus only
List price 279 $.
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