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Tascam US-122mkII, US-144mkII
Portable USB audio interfaces
Tascam has upgraded its interfaces to the US-122mkII and US-144mkII USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interfaces. The US-122mkII features improved audio performance along with a new, eye-catching compact design. The US-144mkII shares the design improvements, adding S/PDIF digital audio I/O for four channels of 96kHz/24-bit audio to and from a computer. Both interfaces use USB 2.0 for low-latency performance. They feature a pair of XLR microphone inputs with phantom power. Balanced line inputs and a guitar level in are also provided. MIDI in/out jacks allow for synthesizer and control messages to be passed to the computer, and the unbalanced line outputs connect to studio monitors.
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