IK Multimedia iRig PRO Universal Audio-MIDI Interface for iPhone, iPad and Mac
Make music when you're on the go with the IK Multimedia iRig PRO for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac. Compact and portable, this all-in-one audio and MIDI interface can be connected to a studio microphone, guitar or MIDI keyboard/controller - giving you the creative freedom to play, practise or record from virtually anywhere.
The audio and MIDI inputs can be used simultaneously so you can control your guitar or vocal apps and software with MIDI foot controllers or pedals. It features an XLR/ 1/4-inch combo socket for connecting microphones and instruments, and a MIDI output for plugging in your favourite controller. Now you can record audio, vocals, harmonies, acoustic instruments, electric guitar/bass, keyboards and more without having to change your interface.
Use with your XLR microphones, guitar and bass, keyboard or MIDI controllers
Balanced audio input for mic and unbalanced input for line-level or Hi-Z source via XLR/1-4-inch combo socket
High-quality mic and instrument preamp
Lightning, USB and MIDI cables included (30-pin cable optional)
+48V phantom power provided by included 9V battery
High-quality 24-bit/96 kHz conversion
What’s in the Box
iRig PRO Audio-MIDI Interface
Lightning connection cable
USB connection cable
Quick start guide
Input Type: Lightning Connector
Other Features: Wireless
Height: 3.2 cm/1.26 in.
Length: 10.5 cm/4.14 in.
Width: 3.2 cm/1.26 in.
Weight: 40 g
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 or later
Mfr. Part Number: IP-IRIG-PRO-WIA
UPC or EAN No.: 8025813680036
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- iPod touch (6th Generation)
- iPod touch (5th Generation)
Answers from the community
I have a controller with a USB Midi output? Will that connect OK?
- Asked by John F from Waterlooville
- on 6 Sep, 2016