TASCAM US 4X4 Audio Interface
Four of TASCAM’s Ultra-HDDA mic/line preamps provide up to 57dB of gain with nearly inaudible noise and distortion specs. The audio design features high-performance, musical components like NE5532 op amps for rich sound quality without coloring the source.
The US-4x4 includes class-compliant drivers for plug-and-play operation on Mac OSX and iOS devices like the iPad, and a simple driver adds ASIO compatibility for Windows. MIDI in and out are also included for connecting synths, drum machines, and controllers. The interface includes two DAW applications to choose from – both Cakewalk SONAR X3 LE and Abelton Live Lite 9.
With solid audio specs, iOS compatibility, and an easy-to-read angled design, the US-4x4 is the ultimate 4-channel interface for home, project, and mobile studios. Features • Four Ultra-HDDA mic preamplifiers
• Four XLR or TRS (MIC/LINE) inputs with full +48V phantom power
• Four TRS analog balanced outputs
• Two headphone outputs – each with 45mW/ch output power
• Dedicated AC adapter is included
• Ultra-HDDA (High Definition Discrete Architecture) mic preamps with -125dBu EIN
• NE5532 op-amps used at the audio input and output stages
• Up to 96kHz/24-bit recording
• Support for Windows and Mac OS X operating systems
• USB 2.0 computer connection
• Connect with iPads and other iOS devices
• +48V phantom power for all inputs
• Two switchable high-impedance inputs
• Microphone preamp gain range of 57 dB
• Direct monitoring function for zero-latency monitoring
• Tough all-metal casing for durability
• Angled design provides excellent usability on a desktop
• Balanced analog TRS output jacks suitable for connection to powered monitors
• Standard TRS headphones output jack
• Separate controls for line and headphones output volumes
• MIDI input and output
• Output sources can be selected in the setting panel
• Input sound monitoring can be set to stereo or mono
• Input muting function eliminates noise from unused inputs
• USB class compliant 2.0 support
• License cards included for SONAR X3 LE/Ableton Live Lite 9
• Confirmed operation with major DAW software (SONAR, ProTools, Cubase, Live, Studio One, Garage Band)
|Computer Interface Type|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||4|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||4|
|Mic Preamps (Max)||4|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)||2|
|Sample Rate (Max)||96 kHz|
|Dimensions (mm)||not specified WxHxD|
|Misc. Notes||Inc Ableton Live Lite 9|
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