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IK Multimedia Launches iRig Pro Quattro I/O Audio Interface & Mixer

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IK Multimedia has just released the latest addition to its line-up of audio interfaces aimed at DJ/producers, mobile musicians and content creators, called the iRig Pro Quattro I/O.

As its name suggests, this is a 4-in (and 2-out) audio interface, that is designed to work with Windows, Mac, and – as it is class compliant and MFi-certified – iOS, iPadOS, Android and so on.

Here are some of its standout features :

Battery (4 x AA), USB or mains powered to work as a mixer as well as a 24-bit, 96 kHz audio interface
Analogue output as well (for sending to a PA system, recording into cameras, for instance)
On-board microphone with optional external mic capsules – good for DJs wanting to capture crowd noises when recording sets
RCA and TRS as well as XLR inputs
Full Midi I/O, for use as part of a portable studio set-up
“Stereo mode”, mixing all sources down to stereo for livestreaming or recording
Ability to charge connected devices when under DC power, which would be useful for iPad DJs, for instance, or those recording to a phone
Built-in limiter – good to know for those over-enthusiastic DJ sets!
Dedicated headphone output for monitoring, with independent volume control and direct monitoring plus “loopback”
4 mic pre-amps with phantom power
Bundled software including recording, mixing, FX and audio production apps

Read this next : 7 Easy Ways To Record Your DJ Sets

The iRig Pro Quattro I/O is available now at $/€350 including USB-C and Lightning cables, batteries and a 1/4″ camera adaptor, and from the end of June in its “deluxe” form with 2 x iRig MIC XY stereo microphones, iRig MIC XY windscreen carrying case, and 9V power supply.

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