Hosa Tracklink Microphone to USB Interface
Hosa announced the new Tracklink Microphone to USB Interface, designed to provide direct access to software-based audio applications, a 10-foot, XLR3F to USB Type A interface cable that enables one to make a single point-to-point connection between the microphone (XLR output) and a USB port on a personal computer.
With both condenser and dynamic microphones, the Tracklink Microphone to USB Interface requires no drivers. The Tracklink is compatible with most Windows and Apple Macintosh audio software, including Cakewalk's SONAR LE (for Windows PCs) and GarageBand on Macintosh computers.
For those interested in podcasting who may not necessarily be musicians, the Tracklink is designed to simplify the process of getting audio into the computer, and it even provides visual confirmation of a secure connection and recording status via its onboard indicator lights.
It incorporates switchable 48 V phantom power for condenser microphones and adjustable gain for dynamic microphones. With its 16-bit/48 kHz sampling rate, this interface delivers CD Audio sound quality.
The Tracklink Microphone to USB Interface is designed to run with most Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) or similar audio recording software on Windows PCs with Windows 98 SE, 2000, Me, XP, Vista (32-bit systems), or Windows 7. Macintosh computers must run OSX V10.3.9 or later. The TRACKLINK is a USB 2.0 device.
Pricing & Availability
The new TRACKLINK Microphone to USB Interface (Item number USX-110) carries an MSRP of $69.95. The Tracklink Instrument to USB Interface is available now.
For more information about Hosa Technology, visit www.hosatech.com.
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