ExpressCard notebook pro audio recording has never sounded so good, or been this convenient and affordable. Indigo IOx offers one stereo 1/8 inch analog input and output on an ExpressCard powered by your notebook computer. It combines this with 24-bit/96kHz converters for the quality you deserve. Also included is a 6 foot audio cable for RCA or 1/4 inch connections.
A unique feature of the Indigo IOx is the use of "virtual" outputs. Indigo IOx appears to software as if it has eight separate outputs, which are digitally mixed down to the physical outputs using Indigo IOx's "console" software and its on-board DSP. This makes Indigo IOx compatible with all popular multi-track software. And, with Echo's "multi-client" drivers, more than one application (such as an editor and a software synth) can be playing back through Indigo IOx at the same time.
1 stereo 1/8" analog input
1 stereo 1/8" analog output
Supports full duplex 2 channel in, 2 channel out operation
High quality headphone amp
Analog volume control knob for output
Supports true 24 bit, 96 kHz audio
Powered by your notebook computer
Includes 6 foot adapter cable for RCA and 1/4" connections
ExpressCard slot (34 mm or 54 mm) required
Software console for monitoring, metering, and setting levels
Built-in digital mixer provides near-zero latency monitoring
Supports Windows XP/Vista/Win 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) and Macintosh OS 10.4 or later (Snow Leopard 64-bit not supported)
Supports pro audio software - WDM Kernel Streaming, ASIO, GSIF (32-bit only)
8 "Virtual Outputs" - run multiple applications at the same time
About Echo Audio:
Echo Digital Audio is a successful research and development organization, licensing its technology to larger companies while at the same time supplying its popular products and supporting software to end-users and other manufacturers in the pro audio, broadcast, test and measurement, and audio simulation markets. Echo began designing and manufacturing computer audio products over 30 years ago. The Company was a pioneer in the computer-based voice technology field in the 1980's; Echo's audio peripherals and speech compression were standard products in the education and special needs markets. In the 1990's Echo went on to design and manufacture the first multi-track recording products for the PC and Mac markets. Echo has licensed its DSP-based audio technology to several leading audio and semiconductor companies including: Gibson Guitar, Analog Devices, HP, Sony, Motorola, Peavey, Mackie, Carvin, and Dolby Laboratories. All the Company's technology is created in-house where the small, focused staff pays meticulous attention to perfecting digital audio at each step of the design process. Echo's hardware and software engineers have worked together for years delivering solutions that would typically require significantly greater resources and personnel. Echo has a following of loyal, discriminating customers who share its vision of never settling for anything less than first-rate quality - especially at modest price points. They appreciate the unique attention that goes into every facet of product development, from the sturdy, sleek industrial design of the metal cases, to the rock solid software drivers. Echo is a closely-held company, located in Santa Barbara, California, with a management team that has been in place for nearly 30 years.
Echo Audio warrants its products to be free from defects for 1 year from the date of purchase.
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