Hosa Technology TrackLink
Providing direct access to software-based audio applications, the TrackLink is a 10', XLR3F to USB Type A interface cable that enables single point-to-point connection between the microphone (XLR output) and a USB port on a computer. It requires no drivers and is compatible with most Windows and Mac audio software. TrackLink simplifies the process of getting audio into the computer for podcasting. It provides visual confirmation of a secure connection and recording status via its onboard indicator lights. Features include 48V phantom power for condenser microphones, adjustable gain for dynamic mics and 16-bit/48kHz sampling rate.
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