ROLAND TRI CAPTURE AUDIO INTERFACE
• Affordable, easy-to-use interface for guitarists, vocalists, and other musicians
• Also works great for video production, web streaming, and creating podcasts with unique LOOP BACK function
• XLR mic input with phantom power, plus 1/4-inch input with Hi-Z switch for connecting a guitar directly
• Stereo AUX input with dedicated volume control
• Balanced 1/4-inch TRS outputs and headphone jack
• Low-latency ASIO driver; recording and playback at rates up to 24-bit/96 kHz
• USB bus powered with 24-bit/96 kHz operation
• Cakewalk SONAR X1 LE included
Features Number of Audio Record/Playback Channels
Record: 1 pair of stereo Playback: 1 pair of stereo Full duplex (except 96 kHz)
24 bits (linear)
96 kHz, 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz
Nominal Input Level
Mic input: -60 to -30 dBu Guitar input: -25 dBu Line input: -10 dBu
Output jacks: +4 dBu (input terminated with 1 k ohm, Input Monitor: OFF, IHF-A typ.)
Residual Noise Level
93 dBu typ.
100 dB typ.
MIC/GUITAR ALL INPUTS LOOP BACK (expect 96 kHz)
INPUT1 (Mic) jack (XLR type, balanced, phantom power DC 48 V, 10mA Max) INPUT2 (Guitar) jack (1/4-inch phone type) INPUT3 (AUX) jacks (L, R) (RCA phono type) Output jacks (L, R) (1/4-inch TRS phone type (balanced)) Headphone jack (Stereo 1/4-inch phone type) USB connector (USB Type B)
Supplied from the computer via USB
Owner's Manual CD-ROM USB cable Cakewalk SONAR LE DVD-ROM (for Windows)
|Computer Interface Type||USB 1.1|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||4|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||2|
|Mic Preamps (Max)||1|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)||1|
|Sample Rate (Max)||96 kHz|
|Dynamic Range||100 dB|
|Dimensions (mm)||171 x 40.1 x 134 WxHxD|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 36 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 30 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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