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Echo2 Audio Interface

Echo ECHO2 - USB 2, 192 kHz, 24 Bit, 2 Mic Pre's , 2 / 4 Analogue I/O, Includes 2x TRS to XLR Adapter Cables

Scan code: LN48074 Manufacturer code: ECHO2 Request call
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Product Overview The Echo 2 is a high-end personal mixer and a USB audio interface. With innovative touch panel controls and premium microphone preamps, the Echo 2 is perfect for live performance and for recording.

The Echo 2 features touch controls, built-in studio grade preamps, and a compact, portable design. You don't need a separate preamp or direct box - simply connect your instrument or microphone to the Echo 2, and mount the Echo 2 on your microphone stand using the included bracket. Complete control of your mix is right at your fingertips.

The Echo 2 is great for recording, mixing, mastering, or just listening to a playlist. The separate headphone and main outputs are also ideal for DJ software.

The Echo 2 is a versatile creative tool, with audio quality comparable to interfaces costing hundreds of dollars more.
Features • USB 2.0 high speed interface with 9’ cable
• Power from USB* or included international AC adapter
• Intuitive, simple touch panel controls
• Selectable microphone, balanced line, or high-impedance instrument inputs
• EZ Trim - Precisely set your inputs to the optimal level with the touch of a button
• Low noise (-129 dBu EIN) studio grade mic preamps

- Up to 75dB of gain
- Switchable +48V phantom power
- Two female XLR to male ¼” TRS cables included

• Separate main and headphone outputs with adjustable volume and monitor levels and main mute
• Supports full duplex 2 channels in, 4 channels out operation at 24 bit, up to 192kHz sample rate
• Near zero latency hardware monitoring
• Adjustable mic stand bracket included
• Durable aluminum case

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Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by great but not futureproof Fantastic soundcard, but serious stability problems when using with usb3 ports. Echo will no longer update drivers so don't hope for an update. If you know you will always have a USB 2 port available, this is a great deal. Excellent sound and good low latency performance. 10 May 2016
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Echo2 Audio Interface
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