M-Audio M-Track 2x2M Audio Interface
M-Audio M-Track 2x2M 24bit / 192kHz USB-C High Speed Audio Interface + Free Softube Passive-Active Pack Till 31st Dec!
Elevate your mix and sharpen your sound with M-Audio's C-Series interfaces and critically acclaimed mix-essentials from leading software developer Softube. For a limited time, new and existing users of M-Audio's M-Track 2X2, 2X2M and 2X2 Vocal Studio Pro will be eligible for a FREE download of Softube's Passive-Active Pack - a collection of three distinct, meticulously crafted plugin equalizers from iconic real-life workhorse units used on thousands of recordings from past to present.
The only choice for solo artists who want studio-quality recordings!
With the M-Track 2X2M, you can create flawless 24-bit/192kHz studio-quality recordings with an intuitive and easy-to-use audio interface. Boasting an elegant pro-grade metal chassis with a large central volume knob, the M-Track 2X2M features all-new transparent low-noise pre-amps and pristine A/D converters that deliver the highest audio performance in its class. The M-Track 2X2M enables you to record up to 2 channels at once with its dedicated XLR+¼” balanced combo input, and an all-new ¼” instrument input that has a specially designed gain and impedance stage to provide the most accurate representation of a guitar or bass plugged directly into the interface. 5-pin MIDI In and Out connections are included for connecting synths, sequencers and other external MIDI gear. The M-Track 2X2M connects to your Mac or PC via a standard USB or USB-C port using one of the two included cables. This premium Hi-Speed USB connection combined with the USB/Direct balance knob enables you to have zero-latency monitoring of your inputs, making the recording process easier than ever. The overall combination of professional audio performance, easy-to-use features, and the included software bundle that provides everything you need to start recording now makes the M-Track 2X2M the best and only choice for solo artists.
Crystal Clear Recording
With M-Audio’s C-Series Interfaces, high quality signal capture has never been easier courtesy of all-new, pro-grade Crystal Preamps™. Engineered from the ground up, Crystal Preamps provide musicians and producers with a transparent, low-noise solution that guarantees to get the best out of your microphone and capture your performance the way it was intended to be heard – plus, the inclusion of a +48v phantom power switch assures all microphone types are catered for, including the coveted sound of high-quality condenser mics.
Ultra-Portable Studio-Grade Capture
The M-Track 2X2M fuses pristine A/D converters, tailor made to provide 24-bit resolution digital audio for exquisite dynamic range that captures every nuance and subtlety of your performance; when combined with sample rates of up to 192kHz you can be sure your recordings are completely clear and true to the source audio. Whatever the occasion, be it demos or master recordings, the M-Track 2X2M provides the quality you demand in an ultra portable, user-friendly and robust package.
Whatever The Project, M-Track’s Got It Covered
Combining a XLR+¼” balanced combo input and an all-new ¼” instrument input, the M-Track 2X2M allows you to record 2 channels simultaneously, all in studio grade 24-bit/192kHz resolution. The flexibility of a combo-input accommodates any source audio with a microphone or line-level output while a tailor made gain and impedance stage on the instrument input guarantees a pristine, accurate guitar or bass DI signal.
Future-Proofed High-Speed, Zero Latency Recording
Connecting the M-Track 2X2M couldn’t be simpler; install the drivers, connect it to your Mac or PC via standard USB or USB-C port and you’re set to record. With the M-Track 2X2M, the convenience of premium high-speed USB-C combines with a USB/Direct Balance knob, granting latency-free recording and monitoring that allows you to focus on what’s important – your performance! Features • 24-bit/192kHz resolution for professional recording and monitoring.
• Hi-Speed USB connection with USB/Direct balance knob for zero-latency monitoring.
• Includes both standard USB and USB-C connection cables.
• Includes (2) XLR+¼” TRS combo inputs and (2) ¼” instrument inputs.
• Stereo ¼” outs; ¼” headphone out with independent level control.
• 5-pin MIDI input/output for connecting virtually any external MIDI gear.
• Rugged metal chassis; large central control for easy volume adjustment.
• Steinberg Cubase LE.
• AIR Creative FX Collection (20 world-class FX AU/VST plugins as made famous by Pro Tools®).
• AIR Mini Grand.
• AIR Strike.
• AIR Xpand!2.
• Standard USB 2.0 or USB-C Port.
• Windows: 7 (32 and 64 bit).
• OSx: 10.8.
• USB 2.0 port (or higher).
|Computer Interface Type||USB 2|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||2|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||2|
|Mic Preamps (Max)||2|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)||2|
|Sample Rate (Max)||192 kHz|
|Dynamic Range||102 dB|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 30 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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