PreSonus AudioBox iOne USB 2.0 & iPad Recording Interface

PreSonus AudioBox iOne USB 2.0 & iPad Recording Interface

PreSonus AudioBox iOne USB 2.0 & iPad Recording Interface

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PreSonus AudioBox iOne USB 2.0 & iPad Recording Interface

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Product Highlights

  • Bus-Powered via USB 2.0
  • Works With Windows, Mac and iPad
  • One XLR Mic Input
  • One 1/4" Instrument Input
  • Class A Mic Preamp with Phantom Power
  • Up to 24-bit, 96 kHz Sampling Resolution
  • Includes Studio One Artist DAW Software
  • Includes Studio Magic Plug-in Suite
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The AudioBox iOne from PreSonus is a USB 2.0 recording interface for Windows, Mac and iPad that is designed for recording guitars, basses, keyboards and more for band rehearsals, vocal demos, podcasts and other applications. It features a high-performance Class A preamplifier with phantom power, and records audio at up to 24-bit, 96 kHz sampling resolution.

Ideal for vocalists and electric guitarists that are on-the-go, the AudioBox iOne features one microphone input and one instrument input for connecting dynamic or condenser microphones as well as guitars and basses. The unit also features a stereo headphone output with dedicated level control, ultra-low-latency monitoring, and balanced main outputs for connecting studio monitors.

Features:
  • Includes Studio One Artist DAW software and 6+ GB of third-party sample content
  • Download Capture Duo for iPad for free for one-tap iPad recording with wireless transfer to Studio One
  • Compatible with almost all recording software for Mac, Windows, and iPad
  • Free Nimbit account to distribute and sell your music
  • Ultra-low-latency monitoring via internal analog mixer (direct mix button)
  • USB-A input for connecting iPad, USB-B input for connecting to Mac or PC
  • Includes Studio Magic Plug-In Suite with Maag Audio EQ 2, SPL Attacker, Arturia Instruments and more

 

 

UPC: 673454002922
In the Box
PreSonus AudioBox iOne USB 2.0 & iPad Recording Interface
  • USB Cable
  • Studio One Artist
  • Studio Magic Plug-In Suite Software
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Bit Depth 24-bit
    Sample Rate 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz
    USB USB-A, iPad
    USB-B, Mac/PC/Power
    Inputs 1x XLR microphone input with Class A preamplifier
    1x 1/4" instrument input
    Outputs 2x balanced 1/4" TRS main line-level outputs
    1x TRS stereo headphone output
    Phantom Power 48 V
    Kensington Security Slot Yes
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.1 x 8.7 x 3.4"
    AudioBox iOne USB 2.0 & iPad Recording Interface is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Average to Poor Dissapounting piece of gear. Build quality average with a poor finish (sharp edges on Aluminium housing)- plastic knobs etc. Input control dial has no gradual increase in range. The last 10 percent of the dial is the only place to get a useable level but it's to high so danger of clipping is high. Anything in the 0-90% range is too low. This problem is not unique to me (check forums) I would not recommend this product. Tried to ring service line but they don't support this product over phone. For the money it cost I couldn't be bothered anymore, sold it for $40 and purchased the behringer equivalent. I think the software that came with it looks pretty good but I never used it so can't offer a decent appraisal
    Date published: 2017-09-01
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rubbish Product Gain Control Dial has no level adjust until the last 10% of range at which point it becomes unusable in terms of being too loud and getting into constant clipping territory. Any level adjust in the previous 90% of the control dial range is just too low. Check forums, this is not a unique problem. The product is unusable. The software looks okay but I never got to use it sadly. I'm switching to a Behringer
    Date published: 2017-08-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow. Better than anticipated ! My Presonus Firestudio fire wire interface went bad ( after 4 years ). I was very concerned about a USB connection. Wow. This unit has absolutely no latency issues, consumes 50% Less CPU resources, and generates no heat. For the price it's a Grand Slam !
    Date published: 2015-11-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Some headphones won't work. Only downside to this is headphones with the wrong impedance get nothing out of the headphone output until the dial is almost all the way up.
    Date published: 2017-01-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great piece of gear I have the M-Audio BX5a speakers and purchased the AudioBox iOne USB for my MacBook Pro. Easy to use and it puts out strong, clean audio.
    Date published: 2016-03-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from iOne is nice! Use it with EV RE27 and hindenburg journalist. Results here: http://podcast.insured.club
    Date published: 2016-08-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Barely useful even for an amateur I am not a pro in any sense of the word. Take my review with that in mind, please. I've had this interface about a year, connected to my home computer, and used it for recording my voice (reading aloud). It does its job as long as you don't ask too much of it. As long as you are OK with finding the sweet spot on the level dial and leaving it there, you will probably even like it. Sleek and sturdy: well constructed and good looking. Is that what consumers ask for in an audio interface nowadays? The problem I had to contend with was that when I switched microphones, I had to readjust the level. And I found quickly that it couldn't amplify a dynamic mic well enough. Even with the level turned up all the way, the audio was coming in at -20 dB. They claim that it's normal. Eventually I got tired of dealing with it and bought a UMC204HD. It's a definite improvement in all directions. It costs less, it has more flexible interface to audio (two hybrid inputs instead of one XLR and one 1/4), and MIDI controls. It has pads for inputs (if you need them). I can leave the levels on two inputs set for each mic. Levels do adjust smoother than iOne's, and preamps react normally. To be fair to PreSonus, I've not tried this interface with an iPad. For all I know it's perfect for it. Perhaps that's what you're looking for... I couldn't care less about that.
    Date published: 2017-01-08
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