The iAudioInterface2: New A/D for iPod, iPad and iPhone

Holy crap, I think I might have broken the “i” on my keyboard typing that headline.

As recording voiceovers on our iDevices becomes more common there have been a multitude of doodads released for us to choose from to just plug a dang mic into the iThing and get a clean signal.  Most of the test recordings iHave heard with them sound pretty lackluster though.  Perhaps this will be an iMprovement, it certainly seems iMpressive:

Announcing the all-new iAudioInterface2. Designed from the ground up to work with all of the current Apple iOS products, iAI2 is the perfect companion to AudioTools, and the perfect stereo audio interface for all your iOS apps.

Compatible with iPhone 4, iPod touch 4, and iPad, iAudioInterface has these major features:

* 48V Phantom-powered XLR microphone input, with up to 50dB of gain**

* Balanced line input for transfer function measurements

* Balanced line output for signal generation

* Toslink digital audio output, mirrors line out at full level, also supports Dolby Digital 5.1 AC3 test signals (optional in AudioTools)

* Internal li-ion battery, draws no power from your device

* When charging with the included external adapter, also charges your attached iOS device, including iPad.

* Digital audio link to iOS device for lowest noise, and best quality. Uses our own A/D converters and DAC with precision USB audio clock recovery

iAI2 is the perfect companion for AudioTools, and also works with many iOS audio Apps, including Garageband, Skype, SignalScope, Mulit-Track Recorder, and more. Note that Apple does not support dock mics with the phone app.

Roxanna?

iT goes for about 400 clams.

Geeky specs HERE.

Purchase info HERE.

 

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