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Nady UIM-2X USB Interface Module with Phantom Power
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The Nady UIM-2X gives you a handy USB 2.0 interface from your audio gear to your computer. Delivering a 16-bit/48kHz USB link, the UIM-2X is perfect ...Read More
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Lets you power your condenser mics and record directly into your computer.
The Nady UIM-2X gives you a handy USB 2.0 interface from your audio gear to your computer. Delivering a 16-bit/48kHz USB link, the UIM-2X is perfect for recording a microphone or line level signal. The Nady UIM-2x USB module's headphone output allows for realtime recording and monitoring of prerecorded tracks or background audio. An additional enhancement is selectable 48V phantom power for use with condenser mics.
- Balanced XLR input provided with selectable 48V phantom power for use with condenser mics
- Selectable sensitivity switch for Line or Mic level input with bi-color (green and red) LED indicator
- Convenient stereo headphone monitor output
- Sturdy housing with soft rubber coating
- Record and Play LEDs indicate software status
- High-quality USB 2.0, 16-bit; 48kHz sampling
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Comments about Nady UIM-2X USB Interface Module with Phantom Power:
Like the fact it is small and compact. We like that it is plug and play with no extra drivers to install. Wish it had a selectable specific 48V phantom switch, as well as a controlable Gain knob
We purchased one of these after having bad misfortune with the Blue Icicle. As far as construction, this feels sturdier than the Icicle. Both were plug and play and easily recognoized by the computer (Windows XP) and by the DAW.
As far as clarity, the Icicle, when it is working, blows this one out the water. The key to the Icicle we found was turning the Gain knob to its very lowest setting. The first Icicle we had worked for about a week, then started popping and crackling. The exchanged one from the store, started popping and crackling right out the box. So we wen to try a different brand and model.
This Nady unit would be fine if it had a Gain knob. That is the only thing it is missing. Signal goes in, but a lot of interferance. We had the same issue with the Icicle, but once the Gain knob was lowered, there was no noise at all. Crisp and clean
Built very well, Doesn't feel cheaply made compared to other similar units.
You get what you pay for