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Audiotrak MAYA44 USB Audio Interface
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AudioTrak's MAYA 44 USB is a versatile external USB audio interface for your notebook or desktop computer. The Maya 44 instantly adds 4 - 1/8" analog...Click To Read More About This Product
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The ideal portable audio solution for audiophiles, musicians, and DJs.
AudioTrak's MAYA 44 USB is a versatile external USB audio interface for your notebook or desktop computer. The Maya 44 instantly adds 4 - 1/8" analog I/O jacks, optical outputs, and a headphone jack. Its compact design lets you take your high-quality, multi-channel audio projects on the road.
For professional musicians the MAYA 44 USB is the perfect match for ASIO driver software. For DJs, it makes a great companion for ASIO-based DJ software like BPM studio. It also plays back multiple tracks of audio from popular software synthesizers and samplers.
- 4 analog inputs and 4 analog outputs
- Optical digital output
- High-fidelity headphone amp
- I/O LED for all 8 channels
Easy installation, simple operation, and portable design. Order yours today.
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I got this card to use with a Dell laptop, but the ASIO did't work at all, so it did't have 4 tracks. (although the two tracks it had worked great) Normally I would return it, but I found out that I could not return soundcards even if they are shipped defective! Beware this card!
For the average person this is a wonderful audio input/output device for your laptop recording sessions. It is nice and quite, controlable, and easy to use. I have always like Maya and Layla products and now they are even more affordable.
I think it's a great beginner's piece of hardware for using with your software. integrates real nicely with minor complications.
Great Interface. I use it with sonar and have not had one problem with it. I primarily use it to record live shows for various acts around the twin cities. Just the other night I recorded four tracks for over two hours and didn't run into any problems (16 bit 44k just to be safe). The four outputs make it extremely versatile for its price. Havn't noticed much latency when overdubbing one track at a time but once you try more than one at a time latency may become an issue. Highly recomended for a cheap interface.