|Product Dimensions||12.7 x 3.81 x 4.32 cm; 1.86 Kilograms|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Model Number||IP-IRIG-PROIO-IN|
|Hardware Interface||Lightning, USB 2.0|
|Item Weight||1.86 kg|
IK Multimedia IP-IRIG-PROIO-IN Audio Interface
|Price:||+ $11.29 Delivery|
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- High-definition 24-bit/96 kHz audio/MIDI interface
- Neutral combo input for instruments and microphones with adjustable gain and phantom power
- IPhone 7-ready with integrated headphone output and volume control
- Includes Lightning and USB cables, no adaptors required
- New MIDI output jack for expanded MIDI ROUTING options
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IK Multimedia iRig Pro I/O compact instrument/microphone audio interface for iPhone, iPad and Mac. iRig Pro I/O is a pocket-sized full-featured audio and MIDI interface that gives you 24-bit/96kHz recording studio quality sound everywhere you go with a few additional essential features for mobile recording. First, iRig Pro I/O is designed to be “plug and play” easy to use with all of your gear — studio mics, vocal performance mics, guitars, basses, keyboards — whatever it is, iRig Pro I/O can handle it. Second, iRig Pro I/O features a new 1/8" stereo headphone out with preamp and level control, making it compatible with even the most recent iOS devices. Plus, when used with the optional DC power supply, iRig Pro I/O will charge your iPhone or iPad while in use for unlimited playing and recording time. iRig Pro I/O also features a new MIDI Out jack that gives you even more flexibility and control over your outboard MIDI gear. Bottom line: iRig Pro I/O is the most versatile and intuitive “all in one” mobile interface available.
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I purchased this primarily to use with my Android tablet. However the Android interface cable is not included in the package and will cost a further £33.64 if ordered from the IK Multimedia website. At the time of writing this I am waiting for this lead to arrive so I cannot comment on the Android performance.. In the meantime I have tried the unit out with my Windows 10 laptop as a Mini Din to USB lead is included. At the moment the amount of latency in the guitar signal is wholly unacceptable and I have contacted IK Multimedia to find out if there is a work around this problem. I'm surprised that this is not mentioned in reviews etc. as, in my opinion, it renders the package useless..
17 - 05 - 2018
This is an update from my previous review. Having registered my iRigPro I/O on the IK Multimedia website I was able to send a support request from the User Area. The reply was very prompt and gave detailed instructions as to how to fix the latency problem. This involves downloading a program called ASIO4ALL and making a few tweaks. The latency is now at a usable level.
Th problem now is that I can’t get iRigPro I/O to work with either my Android phone or tablet. There is an Amplitube app on the Play Store but this seems to be compatible with iRig UA only. I have sent another support request with regard to this.
18 – 5 – 18
I have now received the Mini Din – USB OTG cable in order to hook up the iRigPro I/O to my Android powered Samsung Tab A. I have established that this is compatible with USB OTG as it works fine with the SanDisk OTG portable memory device I have. I noticed that when I hooked the iRigPro I/O up to the Samsung with this cable the blue light came on briefly whereas when I hooked it up to my laptop this light stayed on constantly. There was no notification that Android had detected the iRigPro I/O. The only IK Mutimedia app that I could find on the Play Store is Amplitube UA which I subsequently discovered only works with iRig UA costing £87.53. This is described in its headline as an interface for ALL Android devices. I sent a further support ticket to IK Mutimedia to enquire as to a suitable app the would work with iRigPro I/O. I received a reply suggesting ‘Audio Evolution Mobile Studio, or USB audio recorder’. When I enquired further as to why there was no dedicated IK Mutimedia for the iRigPro I/O I received this reply ‘For the AmpliTube for Samsung apps, you would need a Samsung Pro Audio device such as the S7 or S8’. I am now considering whether it is worth keeping the iRigPro I/O or returning it in favour of the iRig UA.
Bloody ragin all that money spend and haven’t got totally using it!
The lightening lead needs replaced so at 35 pounds it’s shocking price!!
Shd have just sent it back but I don’t have the box now. Not happen at all
My principle use is to play along with practice and backing tracks from youtube and other sites. When the irig is connected and the soft-amp is connected pointed to the third-party driver audio from youtube (and other sites) fails to render. In theory you can use a 'virtual cable' driver to fool other apps that are connected to the standard windows audio driver into playing through the 3rd party driver - but I only managed to get this to work once, and then the sound from the website was badly distorted.
I tried everything I could think of to make this work, but it doesn't. If you're looking for a windows based portable audio interface, don't buy this one.