MESSE13: Sonoma Wire Works Announces GuitarJack 2 USB

Multi-platform I/O interface for Mac, PC and Select Mobile Devices      10/04/13
MESSE13: Sonoma Wire Works Announces GuitarJack 2 USB

Sonoma Wire Works, makers of the GuitarJack iOS audio I/O, have announced GuitarJack 2 USB, a multi-platform I/O interface for Mac, PC, and select mobile devices. GuitarJack 2 USB eliminates the need for multiple audio interfaces for each device and/or operating system.

Together with Sonoma's LLA™ solution for Android, GuitarJack 2 USB completes a low latency audio reference platform for OEM manufacturers of Android devices.

Doug Wright, president of Sonoma Wire Works, told us, "We believe that the future of audio hardware and software should be multi-platform, seamlessly combining mobile, laptop and desktop recording. GuitarJack 2 USB is just the beginning."

Attendees of Musikmesse are invited to view artist renderings of a future series of multi-platform audio interfaces that will be unveiled by Sonoma Wire Works in Booth A70 Hall 5.1.

GuitarJack 2 USB Hardware Features:

  • 24-bit AD/DA converters
  • 1/4 inch (6.5 mm) instrument input - nickel-plated, solid brass Switchcraft (10,000 MTBF) jack
  • 1/8 inch (3.5 mm) stereo mic/line input
  • 1/8 inch (3.5 mm) stereo headphone/line output with increased drive for headphones
  • Micro USB connector
  • Sleek and rugged aluminum shell

Pricing and Availability:

U.S. residents may pre-order GuitarJack 2 USB for the introductory street price of $129 ($199 MSRP) from Sonoma Wire Works Store ( and it will ship in approximately 6-8 weeks. GuitarJack 2 USB will then be available from select dealers worldwide.

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