IK Multimedia iRig HD 2 Audio Interface
IK Multimedia iRig HD 2 Mobile Audio Interface, 24bit / 96kHz, Includes Microphone Stand Clip
iRig HD 2 gives you a totally new level of mobile playability with intuitive new player-centric features like high-quality 24-bit/96kHz audio, an integrated headphone out with level control, a new Amp out jack with switchable output, full versions of AmpliTube for Mac, PC & iOS, plus total mobility and connectivity for playing anywhere, any time.
iRig HD 2 fits easily in your pocket and connects directly to your Lightning and USB devices – so no matter which iPad, iPhone, Mac or PC you have, you’re ready to rock at a moment’s notice. There’s no complicated setup – just plug in and play.
A higher level — the iRig HD 2 difference
Do a quick study of the guitar interfaces out there and immediately you’ll see what we mean by a “higher level”. Only iRig HD 2 gives you so many player-centric features in such a compact, affordable and professional level mobile guitar interface. And, since we pioneered the mobile music revolution and invented the mobile guitar interface way back around the dawn of prehistoric smartphone times, we know a few things about playing guitar on the go. When we say, “a higher level,” we mean you simply won’t find better with this many features and this much value.
24-bit/96kHz pristine noiseless sound
First and foremost, iRig HD 2 simply sounds amazing. It features superior digital audio quality with premium 24-bit A/D converters and a 96kHz sample rate — the highest in its class — for a crystal clear digital signal that’s free from noise and crosstalk. This pure high resolution conversion lets your guitar’s natural performance tone come through loud and clear when playing and recording on your iPad, iPhone, Mac or PC. It’s super-transparent preamp ensures that every nuance — from the pickups, wood tone, string size, nut material, electronics, and every other reason you picked “that” guitar in the first place — is accurately communicated to your device with zero coloration or interference. And because of it’s 96kHz sample rate, the depth and clarity of your sound will simply floor you — iRig HD 2 sounds amazing.
Amp Out with dual mode switch
One of the things that makes the iRig HD 2 unique is the ability to send your processed signal directly to a guitar amp without the need for special conversion adapters. iRig HD 2 features an unbalanced 1/4" Amp Out jack that you can use to send your processed or unprocessed guitar signal to an external amplifier, floor tuner or completely different rig setup for live performance. The Amp Out jack features a dual mode switch allowing you to choose what type of signal you want to send to your amp.
More information can be found in the User Manual: Features • 96kHz Digital Audio with 24-bit A/D conversion
• 1/4" Amp output jack with switchable output “FX” and “Thru”
• 1/8" Headphone output with preamp and level control
• Comes with microphone stand mounting clip and Velcro strip
• Comes with AmpliTube 4 for Mac/PC
* Please note that to use with Windows this device requires ASIO4ALL drivers.
|Computer Interface Type||USB 2|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||1|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||2|
|Connections (Input)||1 x 1/4" hi-Z guitar|
|Mic Preamps (Max)|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)||1|
|Sample Rate (Max)||96 kHz|
|Dynamic Range||n/a dB|
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