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Tascam has launched two units suited for mobile musicians and home recording enthusiasts, including the US-600 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface.

It has a MIDI input and output, and uses USB 2.0. The interface has a ¼” stereo headphone output with zero-latency direct monitoring, switchable in either mono or stereo.

 

 

The US-600 is a six-in/four-out interface with four XLR/TRS combo mic inputs, two on the front and two on the rear panel. S/PDIF digital in and out are available for direct digital connection to external preamps, drum machines and processors.

 

US-600 Features:

  • 6-in/4-out USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface
  • Four mic preamps with phantom power, XLR/TRS combo jacks
  • Two unbalanced RCA outputs
  • S/PDIF stereo digital input and output
  • MIDI input and output
  • Signal Present and Overload meter LEDs on each input
  • Line Out/Phones level control
  • Monitor mix level control for direct input monitoring
  • Mono/stereo monitoring switch for input 1/2 and 3/4
  • Instrument (high impedance) switch for input 1 with indicator LED
  • Includes Cubase LE5 48-track workstation recording software

 

More info on www.tascam.com.

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