Pyle Pro PAD6 USB Audio Interface/Converter/Recorder

Pyle Pro PAD6 USB Audio Interface/Converter/Recorder

Pyle Pro PAD6 USB Audio Interface/Converter/Recorder

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Product Highlights

  • Transfer Vinyl Records Into a Computer
  • USB Computer Output, Analog Inputs
  • SD Card Slot for Recording
  • Runs on 2 AA Batteries, DC, or Bus Power
  • Mac and Windows Compatible
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Pyle Pro PAD6 overview

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The PAD6 from Pyle Pro is a device that converts analog audio signals into digital information. It connects to a Mac or Windows computer via USB and allows you to plug in analog devices such as vinyl turntables and tape decks, and record their signal into a computer. You can also record directly to the PAD6 by inserting an SD Card. It's a handy way to digitally capture vinyl and other audio signals without the need for a computer.

The operation of the PAD6 is simple. You connect either a record player or any line-level source to its mini-plug input. A dial on the side of the unit allows you to set the ideal gain level for recording. The USB output connects to your computer so you can record the digitized audio signal with recording software. You also have the option to record directly onto an SD Card.

You can connect the stereo mini-plug output of the PAD6 to a mixer, stereo receiver, or PA system so you can monitor your sound. There are volume buttons on the top of the unit to adjust the output level. There are also navigation controls for playing back files from your SD Card. An EQ button will apply preset EQ curves that are appropriate for different music styles.

Runs on battery or DC power (with LED indicator)
Four inputs: SD Card, USB, phono (to connect record players) & line-level (to connect tape players, MP3 players, etc.)
Common play & control functions for MP3 and WMA files
Recording function with adjustable gain control
EQ button
1/8'' microphone input jack
1/8'' headphone output jack
1/8'' phono/line input jack
UPC: 068888895217
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Pyle Pro PAD6 USB Audio Interface/Converter/Recorder
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Pyle Pro PAD6 specs

    Inputs 1 x 3.5mm Mic Input
    1 x Stereo 3.5 mm Mini-Plug Input with Grounding Terminal (switches between line-level and phono level)
    Outputs 1 x Stereo 3.5 mm Mini-Plug (switches between line-level and headphone level)
    Equalization EQ Button (applies a preset curve for Jazz, Pop, etc.)
    Memory Card Slot SD Card
    Digital Connectivity USB
    Compatibility Mac and Windows Compatible
    Power 2 AA Batteries
    DC Power
    Bus Power (when connected to USB port)
    Dimensions 6.2 x 1.2 x 5.2" (157.48 x 30.48 x 132.08 mm)
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.6 x 5.5 x 3.4"

    Pyle Pro PAD6 reviews

    PAD6 USB Audio Interface/Converter/Recorder is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Error in Advertising copy PAD 6 will not connect to a PC or a Mac. The usb port is for a thumb drive ONLY. below is what you want. B&H # ARUSBPPPS Mfr # USBPHONOPLUS PS B&H Got right on this and all is well. B&H Get's *****
    Date published: 2013-03-23
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Jury is still out Didn't come with an instruction manual. Had to go to the company's website to print out instructions. These are poorly written, and basically point out what the buttons are for, but nothing really tells you how to use it. So, you go by trial and error. The thing is hard to use. Unless you've actually hit Record, you can't hear anything from the headphone jack, making it hard to tell when to start recording if you only want to record a track or partial track on a vinyl record. I can't tell that the EQ button does anything. If you hit stop, the recording stops for a few seconds, only to turn itself back on. You can't tell how to set the recording volume until you recorded something and played it back on the computer. The headphone output doesn't give an accurate indication. I have gotten some nice recording from this, and one with background hiss. Seems like there must be a more elegant way of doing this, but at least this device got my project moving. Consider alternatives and your particular needs before purchasing.
    Date published: 2011-01-18
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