Computer audio interface
The IN2 is a single desktop-unit interface with two analog inputs and outputs, two S/PDIF digital inputs and outputs, two high-quality Class A microphone pre-amps, volume, mono/stereo dim controls, Aphex's optical compression and the HeadPod 4 technology. Other desktop computer audio interfaces are merely basic input/output devices that still require the discriminating user to incorporate external preamps, compressors and headphone amplifiers. The IN2 brings high-quality mic pres, transparent optical compression, and Aphex's HeadPod 4 headphone amplification system. By allowing compression to take place in the analog domain, before going through the A-to-D conversion process, before going through the USB-to-DAW transfer, the best possible recordings can be achieved.
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