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Tascam US-122L USB Midi Interface New Open Box
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The TASCAM US-122L USB MIDI Interface follows up on TASCAM's popular US-122 with the ability to record 2 tracks simultaneously with zero-latency moni...Read More
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The faster, sleeker offspring of the popular US-122.
The TASCAM US-122L USB MIDI Interface follows up on TASCAM's popular US-122 with the ability to record 2 tracks simultaneously with zero-latency monitoring. Also offers high-quality mic inputs, better-than-CD-quality 24-bit/96kHz recording, and MIDI I/O. The US-122L interface also has a headphone jack with level control and a redesigned aluminum case. With the included Cubase LE4 48-track recording software you are ready to do some serious recording.
- TASCAM US-122L
- 2 XLR mic inputs with phantom power
- 2 analog line inputs (1 switchable to Hi-Z/guitar input)
- MIDI I/O
- USB 2.0 equipped (supports USB 1.1)
- Up to 24-bit/96kHz recording quality
- Zero-latency hardware monitoring
- Headphone/level control
- Bus powered for use with any PC or Mac
- Support for Windows Vista
- Includes Cubase LE4 software
- Cubase LE4
- 48-track recording software
- Digital mixing with plug-ins and automation
US-122L USB Midi Interface New Open Box
- System requirements:
Support for Windows XP to Vista
Support for Mac OS X
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Click, pop, hiss, hum, pretty much sums it up. The driver won't stay loaded more than a few hours (updating driver and firmware didn't help). I can use this device but have to record at a very low level, and if I unplug the usb cable when not in use, the driver stays loaded much longer. All in all, this isn't worth the money, I will be looking for something else sooner rather than later.
i just got this today and im far from satisfied. there's nothing wrong with the interface butttt... its my first experience with USB recording and I HATED IT!!! do i really have to constantly turn a dial over to the right everytime i want to listen to what ive recorded?..thats the dumbest thing ive ever heard of! talk about a hindrance to the process! WOOF! and dont even get me started on Cubase! by far THE most counter-intuitive software i have ever encountered! the whole VST device setup thing is down right upsetting!! and the whole 2 simultaneous record thing is a joke..a cruel one at that... it only records left and right!.. you cant record two stereo tracks at the same time!..of what use is that?. dot buy this!! please dont do it!!im going back to sonar and the "old fashioned" in thru the old soundcard as soon as i possibly can! btw: the sound im getting from this usb thing isnt any better than the "old" way. i have a decent soundcard and im going back to it as soon as im able. screw this noise! looks like im gunna be stuck with a hundred dollar paper weight! YUCK!!!!