NAMM 2014: Alesis IO Dock 2

US At last, new connector means longer lasting      28/01/14

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We love our Alesis IO Dock, we use it every day but it only works with our non Lightning connected iPad so it is of limited use. I

The news of IO Dock 2 was good to hear. This time Alesis has opted for a cabled connector so that its is more future proof, after all we know that Apple does as it pleases when it comes to changing hardware.

Key Features:

  • Equips your iPad with pro audio connections for recording and live performance
  • Interchangeable 30-pin and Lightning connectors included
  • Works with iPad, iPad 2, iPad (3rd generation) and iPad (4th generation)
  • Improved high-impedance guitar input for accurate recording of guitars and bass guitars
  • Improved iPad connector placement for quick and easy loading of your iPad
  • Connect microphones, instruments, speakers, headphones, and MIDI controllers
  • Works with virtually any Core Audio or Core MIDI app in the App Store
  • (2) combo XLR-1/4-inch inputs for use with instruments, microphones, and more
  • Input channel gain controls and switchable phantom power for use with condenser microphones
  • (2) 1/4-inch main outputs and 1/4-inch headphone output, each with independent volume controls
  • 5-pin MIDI and USB MIDI input and output and an assignable 1/4-inch footswitch input
  • Professional 24-bit converters built in
  • Class-compliant, no drivers required

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