Review + comparison: iRig Pro I/O cross platform audio interface
The new iRig Pro I/O audio interface from IK Multimedia has been improved, and sounds as clean as a whistle. What are the 9 pros/cons with its direct competitor, the i-XLR from RØDE, at the same price?
In this article, I’ll review the new <US$150 iRig Pro I/O cross platform audio interface, with preamp and A-to-D converter. SPOILER: It sounds as clean as a whistle, even with a dynamic microphone, cranked up to near max. When I say “multi-platform”, I mean direct connections for Apple’s Lightning connector (used on all current iOS devices, including the iPhone/iPad/iPad Touch) and USB for Android, Chromebook, Mac and Windows devices. I am also including a 9-point pro/con comparison to its closest competitor on the market, the <US$150 i-XLR from RØDE (which is Lightning-only), including test recordings to hear the preamp and A-to-D quality, specs and practical pros/cons, and a “How to choose” section. Read the full article free in ProVideo Coalition magazine…
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