Radial Introduces Digital Interface For Mobile Devices

Radial has introduced USB-Mobile, a digital interface and direct box for all mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets and media players. 

Radial said mobile devices can be connected to the USB-Mobile directly using a USB cable. It offers high quality playback, providing two channels of balanced analog outputs over XLR connectors to feed the PA system or a set of powered speakers.  

The USB-Mobile is iOS compatible, and has the added benefit of charging your device while it is being used for audio playback.

It features a USB-A input connector and stereo XLR outputs, level control to operate in mic or line level and quick charge and auto connects to most mobile devices.

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