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Alesis iO4 - another 4-ch interface (announced at NAMM)
« on: January 18, 2011, 03:40:37 AM »
The nice thing is that the power requirement looks like 9V DC, making it easy to power with DVD batteries.
But there's no word whether it actually runs standalone without USB connection, or whether the analog passthrough is without resampling.

    * Four-channel computer audio-recording interface
    * Record up to 24-bit, 48 kHz audio into virtually any software
    * Monitor sessions with balanced studio monitor and headphone outputs
    * High-quality A/D and D/A converters, discrete-design preamps, 48V phantom power
    * Inputs for microphones, line-level sources, and instruments including guitars
    * Tricolor stereo level meter and lighted status indicators for visual monitoring
    * MIDI Input and Output jacks for playing and controlling software with instruments


    * iO4 interface
    * USB cable
    * AC Adaptor
    * Software CD

4x XLR and 1/4", mic/line/guitar level
Switchable phantom power
Discrete-design preamplifiers

2x 1/4" Main
1/4" TRS Headphone

4 In, 4 Out (max)

24-bit, 48 kHz (max)

Tricolor stereo LED tree

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