Sound on Sound on iRig PRO: "Worthy of consideration for a musician on the move"
"Sound quality is good with low background noise"






Sound on Sound's Mike Watkinson has reviewed iRig PRO in their December 2013 issue.
Here are some of his key comments:


"The iRig PRO manages to squeeze a combined XLR and quarter inch jack input, a 3.5mm MIDI input, a phantom power switch, a proper gain control and a multi-function LED input level indicator into just 32 x 105 x 21mm of space."
"The iRig PRO is supplied with a useful range of cables. These include a MIDI five pin to minijack lead, and Lightning, 30 pin and USB cables to connect it to an iOS device or Mac."
"The gain control is certainly an improvement on the thumbwheel found on comparable devices."
"I suspect that the iRig HD circuitry has been re-utilised in the iRig PRO as sound quality is equally as good, with low background noise."



Mike concludes with:

"The big plus here is, of course, that you can input both audio and MIDI to your iOS device (and Mac) simultaneously using an interface that is as portable and easy to use as the device itself. For that alone the iRig Pro is worthy of your consideration if you a musician on the move."



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