ARX Systems USB I/O
A true plug-and-play USB digital/analog pro audio interface, USB I/O removes the need to use any existing sound card outputs. It features full transformer balanced inputs and outputs, providing the isolation required to eliminate extraneous interaction noise and distortion. USB I/O installs as a fully compatible generic USB audio device, requiring no special driver program installation on Mac OSX, Win XP, Vista and Win7. The front panel has left and right transformer balanced analog XLR input and output connectors that connect to any standard balanced analog inputs and outputs. On the rear panel there is a Type B USB connector, as well as a ground lift switch. A status LED on the rear panel indicates that the USB I/O is connected and operating.
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