New Signal Process BreakOut Stereo
New Signal Process has released three new models of its iPhone/iPad break out boxes.
One of three, the BreakOut Stereo was designed specifically for DJs, producers, and elecro-acoustic artists using synth apps and drum programming to have a breakout box that has stereo output from two separate outputs.
- Designed to function/fit in your studio, on the stage, on your tabletop setup, as a field recorder, a remote gig, or a street demonstration/art installation.
- Analog tone on the way in and on the way out.
- The true bypass is designed to allow you to disengage the circuit and send directly to the rest of your chain – so that you do not have to run through your phone all night when not in use or unplug and replug on stage while performing.
- Level knob allows you to use with guitars, mics, line level, samplers, mixing boards, keyboards.
- The internal circuitry is designed to solve signal, feedback and detection issues you may have sending guitar, mic and line signals in and out of the iPhone and iPad.
- It breaks out of the iPhone’s headphone jack to work with your recording, signal processing and sampling apps.
- Detachable Cable: 1/8 inch 4 Conductor Jacks, Mogami Cable
- Input and Output: 1/4″ Mono Neutrik Input Jack for guitar, line level instruments or microphones, 2.25″ Neutrik Mono Output Jacks (L+R), 3.5 mm 4 Conductor plug for iPhone, iPad
- Designed to solve impedance and detection issues
- Variable Input Level
- End/Bypass Switch
The New Signal Process BreakOut Stereo is compatible with the iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4G (8GB, 16GB, 32GB), iPad, iPad 2 (16GB, 32GB, 64 GB), and costs $135.
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