2 new Tascam audio and MIDI interfaces
Tascam introduces two new audio and MIDI USB 2.0 interfaces in the US Series, the two-channel US-2x2 and four-channel US-4x4.
The new Tascam US-2x2 and US-4x4 are Mac and PC compatible but also class compliant so they can be used with the iPad or other tablet. Tascam adds that they used new drivers, Ultra-HDDA microphone preamps and you can choose between the Ableton Live Lite 9 or Cakewalk SONAR LE DAWs.
- 2 or 4 Ultra-HDDA mic preamps
- 2 or 4 XLR/TRS (mic/line) inputs with phantom power
- 2 or 4 TRS balanced analog outputs
- 1 or 2 TRS headphone outputs (45mW per channel)
- MIDI in and out
- The US-2x2 is USB powered, the US-4x4 ships with an external power supply
- 24-bit / 96kHz audio resolution
- 57dB of gain range on the mic preamps
- Direct monitoring with mono/stereo switch
- Output source select
- Input mutes
- NE5532 op-amps on the input and output stages
No information regarding the price of these new interfaces.
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