IK Multimedia is adding to its line of compact audio interfaces that allows professional microphones and other devices to record on laptops and smartphones in the field.
IK Multimedia introduced the iRig Pro I/O, an ultra-compact professional quality audio and MIDI in/out that’s the first mobile interface for connecting studio gear to an iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC or Android device to play and record on the go.
The iRig Pro I/O is a pocket-sized interface that offers 24-bit/96kHz recording of studio quality sound on portable devices. It features a new ⅛-inch stereo headphone output with preamp and level control.
When used with the optional DC power supply, the iRig Pro I/O will charge iPhones or iPads while in use for unlimited playing and recording time. It also features a new MIDI output jack that offers more flexibility and control over outboard MIDI gear.
At its core, iRig Pro I/O features 24-bit A/D and D/A converters, and a 96kHz sample rate for professional quality audio. When using a studio microphone, iRig Pro I/O can supply 48V of phantom power to the XLR jack for active condensers.
It features a combination Neutrik XLR and ¼-inch input jack, and an input gain control with a calibrated oversize knob for precise gain setting and recall.
The iRig Pro I/O comes with Lightning and USB connection cables allowing hook-up to any compatible iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC with plug and play simplicity.
The iRig Pro I/O comes with software including AmpliTube for iOS, AmpliTube 4 for Mac/PC, SampleTank 3 SE and T-RackS Deluxe with Mic Room.
iRig Pro I/O is priced at $149.99 and will be available soon.
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