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  1. INV02051

    Yamaha AG03, combined USB 2.0 Audiointerface and Mixer, 24-Bit/192 kHz, Inputs: 1x Microphone-/Line-Input XLR/TR Combo, 3x Line-Input ¼" TR (Input 1 switchable to Hi-Z), 2x Line-Out ¼" TR, 2x Line-Out RCA, Stereo Headphone-Out ¼" TRS, Footswitch-Input, Headset-Connection 2x 1/8" TRS Mini-Jack (Headphone and Mic), AUX-Input 1/8" TRS Stereo, USB-Connection, +48V Phantom Power, Pad-Switch, DSP-Effects in Channel 1: Compressor/EQ and SPX Reverb, 60mm Fader, FX Bypass (optional Footswitch), iPad compatible with optional Camera Connection Kit (not included), USB bus-powered (5V, 500mA), incl. Steinberg Cubase AI, Dimensions: 129 × 63 × 202 mm, Weight: 0.8 kg Read more
  2. INV02638

    Record and compose music in studio quality on your laptop or iPad with the UR22mkII. With outstanding audio and build quality for its price class, the UR22mkII combines choice components with advanced connectivity and flexible I/O options to offer a full-on mobile production platform. Read more
  3. INV03904

    Zoom´s U-24 Handy Audio Interface makes it easy to record anywhere on your laptop or iPad at up to 24-bit/96kHz resolution. This pocket-sized portable USB recording interface includes a pair of Zoom´s top-quality preamps with phantom power on TRS/XLR combo inputs, and you can even plug in your guitar and record direct. Balanced TRS and unbalanced RCA outputs accommodate studio monitors and DJ systems, and onboard MIDI lets you hook up your keyboard or other MIDI gear. What´s more, the U-24 can run for up to four hours on just two AA batteries, so you´re good to go, even if USB bus power isn´t available. Read more
  4. INV03905

    With blazing-fast Thunderbolt connectivity and stellar 24-bit/192kHz audio quality, the Zoom TAC-2R Thunderbolt audio interface brings you amazing functionality for a compact, portable interface. Connections for mics, instruments, line level signals and MIDI give you the versatility you need to tackle a wide variety of recording and streaming applications. You´ve got independent controls for input levels, your main monitoring level, and the headphone level. Factor in the easy-to-use control software and sweet-sounding reverb and delay effects, and you´ve got a lot of production potential with the Zoom TAC-2R. Read more
  5. INV04395

    USB Advanced Remote Control for Fireface UFX+ and TotalMix FX This wired remote has been designed for direct access to the most frequently used actions and commands of TotalMix FX, being an indispensable tool in the studio's daily applications. Its extremely flexible configuration through TotalMix FX will simplify workflow and greatly increase the usability of the RME interface in most real world situations. The ARC USB is a USB 1.1 (UAC1) MIDI remote control, natively compatible to Windows and Mac OS X. As soon as it is present in the operating system TotaIMix FX will detect it and communicate with it, without disturbing other remote controls. Therefore it is also not necessary to switch the ARC USB on or off within TotalMix FX - it will just work. And because it communicates with TotalMix FX (via USB) it is compatible to all RME audio interfaces that are detected and supported by TotalMix FX. This goes back to RME interfaces released 2001! Read more
  6. INV04431

    RME presents the world's most versatile PCI Express audio interface - the HDSPe AIO. This card makes the dream of an All-In-One solution for every possible application come true. The Advanced-Input-Output interface shines with the latest 192 kHz AD- and DA-converters, with more than 112 dB signal to noise ratio. For the first time, all inputs and outputs are simultaneously operational, even SPDIF (phono) and AES/EBU (XLR). Additional hi-quality analog inputs and outputs can easily be added by favourably priced expansion boards. Of course TotalMix, the unsurpassed flexible routing mixer and SteadyClock, RME's sensational clock technology with maximum jitter suppression of external clock signals, are on board too. HDSPe AIO also supports the optional TCO for synchronization to timecode (LTC/video). All this combines into a professional 'soundcard' that the world has not seen before. Read more
  7. INV04441

    15-pin D-sub to 4 x XLR Analog, 2 x MIDI, 1 x Phones, for HDSP 9632 and HDSPe AIO. Read more
  8. INV04772

    In today's world, speed is everything. The blazingly fast Zoom TAC-2 interface uses the latest Thunderbolt™ technology for ultra-low latency and the ultimate in high-quality audio, up to 24-bit/192 kHz. Lightweight and portable, yet rugged enough for the road, the TAC-2 is also easy to use, with a single large rotary knob controlling all parameters. Whether using it in your home studio or on the road, you can rely on your TAC-2 to deliver pristine audio.

    • 2-in/2-out high speed Thunderbolt™ audio interface 
    • Support for recording and playback up to 24-bit/192 kHz 
    • Ultra-low latency audio streaming
    • Two combo balanced XLR/TRS input connectors
    • +48V phantom power for each input
    • Hi-Z input jack allows direct connection of electric guitar or bass
    • Two balanced TRS output jacks for connection to amplifiers or self-powered speakers
    • Dedicated headphone jack with independent level control
    • 7-position LED metering for input, output, and headphone volume
    • High-performance Burr Brown mic preamps with up to +60 dB of amplification
    • 4x upsampling during A/D and D/A conversion for reduced noise and enhanced fidelity
    • Asynchronous transfer system unaffected by computer jitter
    • Simple user interface—all operations controlled by a single rotary knob
    • Bus powered—no AC power required
    • Rugged yet compact and lightweight
    • Works with all Thunderbolt‐equipped Macintosh computers running macOS 10.14 ~ 12 (Intel Mac only)

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