WNAMM12: Audio/MIDI Interface For iOS Devices

TASCAM introduces the iU2 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch      20/01/12
WNAMM12: Audio/MIDI Interface For iOS Devices


TASCAM tells us that the iU2 is a premium sound quality audio interface for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The company says that it includes all of the features of their best-selling USB audio interfaces, including a pair of great-sounding microphone inputs. The XLR inputs have phantom power for use with high-quality condenser microphones. These feed an onboard microphone preamp and A/D converter for better sound performance than those built into iPhone and iPad – true stereo recording with low noise and less tendency to distort. The inputs also accept line-level signals or you can plug a guitar or bass directly into your device.
In addition to compatibility with iOS devices, the iU2 also works with Mac and Windows computers. A zero-latency monitoring path allows musicians to hear themselves directly through the unit, without any distracting delay. MIDI in and out are provided to interface with synths and drum machines, and a digital output connects to digital mixers or recorders.
iU2 SPECIFICATIONS
  • Audio/MIDI Interface for Mac, Windows and iOS devices
  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
  • Two XLR mic inputs with phantom power
  • Two balanced line inputs
  • Instrument-level input for guitar or bass
  • MIDI in and out
  • Onboard A/D conversion for low-noise and distortion when recording with iOS devices
  • Zero-latency direct monitoring
  • S/PDIF Digital Output
  • Includes USB cable, iOS dock connection cable, XLR to ¼" conversion cables
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