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The M-Track 2X2M from M-Audio is a high-speed USB interface for recording and monitoring audio signals. Suitable for musicians and engineers looking to record up to two tracks of audio at a given time, the M-Track features colorless low-noise preamps, conversion stages operating at 24-bit/192 kHz, and 5-pin MIDI connection points to connect virtually any kind of MIDI gear.
Two combination 1/4″/XLR jacks allow you to input both microphones and line-level sound sources, while two 1/4″ instrument jacks give you the gain and impedance stages necessary to achieve an accurate representation of your guitar or bass. Able to communicate with Mac and Windows platforms, the M-Track boasts a USB-C port affording you entry to—and exit from—your DAW, and includes cabling for computers with USB Type-C ports and USB Type-A ports.
A USB/Direct knob, on the right of the large volume rotary that dominates the center of the unit, allows you to monitor the direct input while recording, eliminating latency. This interface offers two stereo outputs for your monitors, as well as a headphone jack with its own independent volume control.
- 24-bit/192kHz Resolution for Professional Recording and Monitoring
- Professional studio-quality recording in a portable desktop form factor
- Featuring All-New Crystal™ Preamps and Pristine D/A converters
- Capture every nuance and subtlety of your performance
- Elegant Pro-Grade Metal Chassis
- Large central control for easy volume adjustment
- Future-Proofed High-Speed, Zero Latency Recording
- Includes standard USB and USB-C connection cables
- 2 Dedicated XLR+1/4” Combo Inputs for Mic/Line Sources
- +48V phantom power switch to accommodate all microphone types
- 2 Dedicated 1/4” Instrument Inputs for Guitar or Bass
- Tailor-made gain and impedance stage for a pristine, accurate DI signal
- Stereo 1/4” Main Outputs; 1/4” Headphone Output
- With independent level controls
- 5-PIN MIDI DIN Input and Outputs
- Connect your synths, sequencers, or other external MIDI gear
Dimensions 6.0” x 2.8” x 7.8
15.2 cm x 7.1 cm x 19.8 cm
Weight 2.0 lbs.
Minimum System Requirements:
Standard USB 2.0 or USB-C Port
Windows: 7 (32 or 64 bit) OSX: 10.8
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