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The UAX220-Mic from Digigram is a USB , 2 channel, microphone/ line digital audio interface that can be used with both USB 1.1 and 2.0 ports (performance will be based on USB 1.1 regardless of type used). The unit can be switched between either a laptop computer for portable use, or plugged into a desktop computer in the studio or broadcast facility, allowing for very flexible use.
Especially useful for the journalist on the go, the unit provides 2 high-quality microphone preamps with individually switchable +48V phantom power. Low latency monitoring is available, as is the ability to pre-mix signals to mono. Additionally, the unit provides a very compact solution for FOH mixers for doing sound checks. With the appropriate measurement software and a pair of measurement microphones, very accurate readings are possible.
The interface is automatically recognized by the host software as soon as it is plugged in, obviating the need for additional drivers installation. The captive cable provides XLR connectors for the inputs and outputs, which can operate balanced or unbalanced. The UAX220-Mic is USB bus powered and does not require any external power supply.
2 input, 2 output USB 1.1 audio interface
2 microphone preamps with independently switchable 48V phantom power
+20dB to 55dB microphone preamp gain range
Switchable zero-latency direct hardware monitoring of the inputs or the outputs
Input monitoring can be switched to mono mode
XLR connectors on captive breakout cable
Stereo headphone output on 1/4" TRS jack with rotary control for volume adjustment
A/D and D/A conversions at up to 24-bits/48kHz resolution
Plug-and-play operation with no additional drivers needed to be installed
Supports DirectSound, Core Audio, ALSA, along with Digigram np SDK through Virtual PCX and third-party ASIO drivers