IK Multimedia iRig Pro I/O Audio and MIDI Interface for Mac, Windows & iOS

IK Multimedia iRig Pro I/O Audio and MIDI Interface for Mac, Windows & iOS

IK Multimedia iRig Pro I/O Audio and MIDI Interface for Mac, Windows & iOS

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Product Highlights

  • Audio & MIDI Interface
  • For Mac/Windows Computers & iOS Devices
  • Neutrik Combo XLR/TS Audio Input
  • Records up to 24-Bit / 96 kHz Audio
  • 48V Phantom Power
  • Includes Lightning Cable
  • Includes USB Cable
  • 3.5mm Headphone Jack with Volume Control
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IK Multimedia iRig Pro overview

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The iRig Pro I/O from IK Multimedia allows you to record audio and MIDI data from external instruments, microphones, and MIDI controllers to your Windows, Mac or compatible iOS device. It improves upon the design of the original iRig Pro by raising the sample-rate capture up to 96 kHz at resolutions of 24-bit. It also provides a Neutrik combo input for guitars and microphones, as well as an integrated 3.5mm headphone jack with an output level slider; this feature has been specifically added to aid you in interfacing with iPhone 7s and all future iOS devices devoid of 3.5mm headphone outputs.

The single combination XLR/TS input and preamp is capable of providing 48V phantom power to condenser mics. In addition to audio, the iRig Pro I/O can connect to MIDI gear, allowing you to use the unit as a MIDI interface. With this device, IK Multimedia includes MFi-certified lightning and USB cables, offering you connectivity out of the box. The unit is powered by two AA batteries, or via USB bus power if connected to your computer. Last—but definitely not least—the iRig Pro I/O ships with well-regarded IK Multimedia software, including the full version of AmpliTube 4, T-RackS Deluxe, Plus Mic Room, AmpliTube for iPad and iPhone, and SampleTank SE.

Input Control
IK Multimedia included a control feature on iRig PRO - an input gain control knob. This lets you dial in just the right amount of input gain to give your signal.
48 Volt Phantom Power
Studio condenser microphones require 48 volts of external power to function. With iRig PRO, you can plug your condenser mic in, flip the phantom power switch and record.
The iRig PRO also functions as a plug-and-play MIDI interface. With the MIDI I/O jack, you can connect MIDI keyboards or other controllers to your device/computer and play compatible virtual instruments. You can also change parameters in Core-MIDI-compatible apps and software.
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IK Multimedia iRig Pro I/O Audio and MIDI Interface for Mac, Windows & iOS
  • Lightning Cable for iOS Devices
  • USB Cable for Connecting to Mac/Windows Computers
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty on Parts
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty on Labor
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    IK Multimedia iRig Pro specs

    Audio Input 1 x combination XLR / 1/4" mic & instrument input jack
    Phantom Power 48 V
    Conversion 24-bit A/D
    Sampling Rate Up to 96 kHz
    Power Requirements 2 x AA battery, or bus-powered over USB
    Dimensions and Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.2 x 6.3 x 2.2"

    IK Multimedia iRig Pro reviews

    iRig Pro I/O Audio and MIDI Interface for Mac, Windows & iOS is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from App cripples otherwise good peripheral device Context: Using to record voice over and foley on iOS Review: To use this device, you must use the app Amplitube. It's interface to iOS device isn't recognized with other solid audio recording apps like Voice Recorder Pro. You must use IK Multimedia's app AmpliTube if you want this device to recognize on your iOS device. If you just want to record a single audio file, save and send, this app (and therefore device) is not for you. By default it put a reverb layer on the audio track (why this is default - no idea), and the app is very cumbersome to navigate. Recording is done in a multitrack editor and when sharing puts all tracks into a file when sharing. If you use the three ways to move files File Sharing (saves to some shared folder, but doesn't tell you what or where that is (not on Files on iOS)), AirDrop/Email or SoundCloud, could work for you, but otherwise, just sending simple audio files (not a multitrack mix down) is not as simple as they could make it. Bit of a bummer because after you figure it all out, the audio is clean and preamp not bad. Just for a user interface standpoint really inhibitive and not intuitive. Perhaps for a more iPad based mutitrack thing the app would be better, but for just recording sounds, way too complicated and takes away from what otherwise would be a solid piece of hardware.
    Date published: 2018-04-26
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