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TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface  

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Overview
  • 16-in / 4-out USB 2.0 audio interface
  • Eight XLR microphone inputs with phantom power
  • Six 1/4" balanced line inputs, ideal for guitars and other instruments
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A versatile 16-in/4-out, 24-bit/96kHz interface bundled with Cubase LE5.

The US-1800 audio interface from Tascam offers a high amount of inputs for a minimum amount of cash. The US-1800 features up to 16 inputs and four outputs that are transmitted to your Mac or Windows computer over a high-speed USB 2.0 connection. There are a total of eight XLR microphone inputs with phantom power and 60 decibels of clean gain, as well as six balanced line inputs, stereo digital I/O and MIDI in/out. Also Included with the US-1800 is Cubase LE5 workstation software from Steinberg. This 48-track audio workstation includes must-have features like automation, plug-ins, mixing, editing and MIDI tracks.

US-1800 rackmountable 16x4 channel interface
TASCAM's US-1800 packs 8 mic, 6 line and two digital inputs into a single rack unit, more inputs than most interfaces in its price class. The 16-in / 4-out interface works with nearly any recording software from budget to pro, including Logic Pro, Live, Nuendo, Digital Performer, Fruity Loops, and Pro Tools. It’s compact enough to carry to live gigs, or mount it in a rack in your studio.

In addition to the digital input and output, a MIDI input and output is included for interfacing with synths and drum machines.

Full-featured inputs
Eight microphone inputs are provided right on the front panel for easy access. Phantom power is available for condenser microphones, and plenty of gain is available for recording virtually any source. Also on the front panel is a pair of 1/4" inputs. Each of these can be switched to instrument level for direct recording of your guitar or bass.

A direct monitor path is available during recording to prevent the delays that can occur when recording to computer. This allows the musician to hear the input directly to the output without any delay so that timing isn't distracted by echos.
A total of six balanced line inputs can be attached using the front and rear panel jacks. A set of balanced line outputs are provided to connect to monitors, and a S/PDIF digital input and output is provided for use with high-end synths and processing gear. A stereo 1/4" headphone jack is also provided for monitoring.

Cubase LE5 Included
Included with the US-1800 is a copy of Cubase LE5, a 48-track workstation application with the features to create polished productions. VST plug-in support, automated mixing and MIDI tracks allow you to craft large productions without adding any other software.

If you want to use your own software, the US-1800 supports most Mac and Windows software such as Logic Pro, Live, Nuendo, Digital Performer, Fruity Loops, and Pro Tools.

Features
  • 16-in / 4-out USB 2.0 audio interface
  • Eight XLR microphone inputs with phantom power
  • Six 1/4" balanced line inputs, ideal for guitars and other instruments
  • Four 1/4" balanced line outputs
  • Digital S/PDIF coaxial I/O
  • MIDI in/out for interfacing with synths and drum machines

More inputs, more sources, less hassle. Order the US-1800 today.

 

US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface Specifications:

  • Input/output ratings
  • Analog audio input/output
  • MIC inputs (Balanced) terminals (MIC IN 1-8)
  • Connector: XLR-3-31 (1: GND, 2: HOT, 3: COLD)
  • Input impedance: 2.2 kΩ
  • Nominal input level: –2 dBu (0.615 Vrms)
  • Minimum input level: –58 dBu (0.00098 Vrms)
  • Maximum input level: +14 dBu (3.882 Vrms)
  • Guitar inputs (Unbalanced) terminals (GUITAR 9-10)
  • Connector: 6.3mm (1/4") TS Standard phone jack (Tip: HOT, Sleeve: GND)
  • Input impedance: 700 kΩ
  • Nominal input level: -6dBV (0.501 Vrms)
  • Minimum input level: -52dBV (0.0025 Vrms)
  • Maximum input level: +10dBV (3.162 Vrms)
  • Line input (Balanced) terminals (Line IN 9-10)
  • Connector: 6.3mm (1/4") TRS Standard phone jack (Tip: HOT, Ring: COLD, Sleeve: GND)
  • Input impedance: 10 kΩ
  • Nominal input level: +4dBu (1.228 Vrms)
  • Minimum input level: -42dBu (0.0062 Vrms)
  • Maximum input level: +20dBu (7.746 Vrms)
  • Line input (Balanced) terminals (Line IN 11-14)
  • Connector: 6.3mm (1/4") TRS Standard phone jack (Tip: HOT, Ring: COLD, Sleeve: GND)
  • Input impedance: 10 kΩ Nominal input level: -10dBV (0.3162 Vrms)/+4dBu (1.228 Vrms) Maximum input level: +6dBV (1.995 Vrms)/+20dBu (7.746 Vrms)
  • Line output (Balanced) terminals (Line OUT 1-4)
  • Connector: 6.3mm (1/4") TRS Standard phone jack (Tip: HOT, Ring: COLD, Sleeve: GND)
  • Output impedance: 100Ω
  • Nominal output level: +4dBu (1.228 Vrms)
  • Maximum output level: +24dBu (12.277 Vrms)
  • Monitor output (Balanced) terminals (Monitor L/R)
  • Connector: 6.3mm (1/4") TRS Standard phone jack (Tip: HOT, Ring: COLD, Sleeve: GND)
  • Output impedance: 100Ω
  • Nominal output level: +4dBu (1.228 Vrms)
  • Maximum output level: +24dBu (12.277 Vrms)
  • Headphone output jack (PHONES)
  • Connector: 6.3mm (1/4") Standard Stereo phone jack
  • Maximum output: 50 mW + 50 mW (1kHz, 1%, 32Ω load)
  • Digital audio input/output
  • Coaxial (DIGITAL IN) terminal
  • Connector: RCA pin jack
  • Compatible signal format: IEC60958-3 (S/PDIF)
  • Input impedance: 75Ω Level: 0.5 Vp-p/75Ω
  • Coaxial (DIGITAL OUT) terminal
  • Connector: RCA pin jack
  • Compatible signal format: Selectable in the Control
  • Panel between IEC60958 Consumer (S/PDIF) and
  • IEC958 Professional (AES/EBU)
  • Output impedance: 75Ω
  • Level: 0.5 Vp-p/75Ω
  • Control input/output
  • MIDI input (MIDI IN) jack
  • Connector: DIN 5 pin
  • Format: Standard MIDI format
  • MIDI output (MIDI OUT) jack
  • Connector: DIN 5 pi
  • Format: Standard MIDI format
  • USB terminal
  • Connector: USB B type 4 pin
  • Format: USB 2.0 High speed (480 MHz)
  • Audio performance
  • Frequency response
  • 20Hz-20kHz, +1/-1dB (44.1/48kHz)
  • 20Hz-40kHz, +1/-3dB (88.2/96kHz)
  • (MIC IN-Line OUT, Gain knob set to minimum, JEITA)
  • Signal-to-noise ratio
  • 96dB or more (MIC IN-Line OUT, Gain knob set to
  • minimum, 44.1kHz, JEITA)
  • Total harmonic distortion
  • Less than 0.01% (MIC IN-Line OUT, Gain knob set to minimum, JEITA)
  • Dimensions (WxHxD)
  • Without projections: 482.6mm x 44mm x 280mm/19" x 1.732" x 11.02"
  • With projections: 482.6mm x 44mm x 300.4mm/19" x 1.732" x 11.83"
  • Weight: 3.1kg/6.834lb.
  • Operating temperature
  • 5 to 35°C/41 to 95°:F
  • General
  • Sampling frequency: 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz
  • Quantization bit rate: 16/24-bit
  • Power: Exclusive AC adaptor (TASCAM PS-1225L, included)
  • AC input: 100-240 V, 1.0 A DC output: +12 V, 2.0 A
  • Power consumption: 7.2W
  • Computer requirements
  • Windows
  • Supported Operating system
  • Windows XP 32-bit SP2 or later (Excluding Media Center Edition)
  • Windows XP 64-bit SP2 or later
  • Windows Vista 32-bit SP2 or later
  • Windows Vista 64-bit SP2 or later
  • Windows 7 32-bit
  • Windows 7 64-bit
  • Supported computer system
  • Windows compatible computer with a USB2.0 port
  • CPU/clock: Pentium 4 1.4GHz or faster AMD Athlon 1.4 GHz or faster (or equivalent processor)
  • Memory: 512MB or more for Windows XP 32-bit and Windows Vista 32-bit
  • 1GB or more for Windows XP 64-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit and Windows 7 32-bit
  • 2GB or more for Windows 7 64-bit
  • Macintosh
  • Supported operating system:
  • Mac OS X v10.5.8 for Intel processor, or Power PC G4 Mac OS X v10.6 or later for Intel processor
  • Supported computer system:
  • Apple Macintosh series equipped with a USB port as standard equipment
  • CPU/clock: Intel processor, or Power PC G4
  • Memory: 1GB or more
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TASCAMUS-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface
 
3.9

(based on 85 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (45)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (16)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

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    (11)

77%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good audio (33)
  • Easy to use (31)
  • Versatile (19)
  • Compact (18)
  • Lightweight (15)

Cons

  • Unreliable (9)
  • Not durable (6)
  • Limited functions (4)

Best Uses

  • Home studio (33)
  • Amateur recording (30)
  • Performances (14)
  • Professional recording (13)
  • Outdoor events / games (11)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (25), Professional musician (19), Novice (6)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best Value Out There!!!

Picked up the US-1800 to record my band's demo on (as well as get my home studio up and running). So far I've had the thing for one day and my mind...Read complete review

Picked up the US-1800 to record my band's demo on (as well as get my home studio up and running). So far I've had the thing for one day and my mind is blown.16 inputs, 8 xlr with pre's, 2 digital ins, 2 guitar/bass ins. WHAT???!! Simply put there is NO other interface out there that can get you that many inputs for this price. You'll spend $500 at least for mediocre equipment (like presonus stuff)...not only is this thing cheap (which makes it perfect for our low budget demo), but it performs really well.So far I've had this thing running just about every type of mic and instrument we could throw at it today and it really impressed me. I figured for the price the thing would be really noisy...no noise at all and not a single problem with latency despite the USB connection. Had it all hooked up in less than 5 minutes with my MacBook Pro and was recording in Logic a few minutes after that.Now that the good part is out of the way...time to address the bad things (which are rather minimal):1. The phantom power switch was not designed very well. It gives you the option to run +48v to either inputs 1-4 or 5-8. Biiiiigggg issue if you're recording drums that require more than 4 dynamic mics. You would have to run any other dynamics through an external pre-amp into one of the line inputs. Luckily, I play a 4 piece kit so I was unaffected, but I can see this being a serious issue for someone, phantom power should be selectable per input, it'll blow out dynamics real quick.2. Headphone output could be better. Then again that's a quick fix with a quality headphone amp through one of the outputs in the back, a lot of interfaces skimp on the headphone out quality.Overall this interface is absolutely killer for the price. There's literally no other way to properly record drums for under this price. You will not be disappointed. Build quality is even good, all metal casing, gain/volume knobs have a solid, expensive feel to them, all the inputs are solid connections as well. For those of you having issues: maybe you should be looking at your COMPUTER AND DAW instead of the interface. I'm running a MBP with 4gb of RAM. No issues here....your interface can only run as good as your computer can.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Good bang for your buck.

As a college student short on money, I wanted to purchase a multi-channel recording interface without breaking my bank account, and this product does the job. For your reference, I run Windows...Read complete review

As a college student short on money, I wanted to purchase a multi-channel recording interface without breaking my bank account, and this product does the job. For your reference, I run Windows 8, 64-bit, and primarily use Ableton Live Suite 8 for my recording.

Setup was not as expected, but still easy. The included disc for the interface didn't work for some reason so I had to download the drivers online.

Once drivers were installed, I needed to go in and enable the rest of the channels in Ableton so that I could actually set each input on a different track. From there, everything else was dandy. Sound was clear, quality was good, and there was zero latency when using the interface's included ASIO driver.

Some drawbacks:
-Not sure what is wrong, but when I monitor directly through the headphone jack while recording, I get a weird jitter every 10-15 seconds. When I play back the music, nothing is wrong. The actual audio records just fine, but it gets annoying if you're playing to a metronome and it suddenly hiccups like that.
-If you use combinations of dynamic and condenser microphones, you must keep in mind that the interface unfortunately cannot toggle phantom power to individual channels. You can turn it on for all channels 1-4, or all channels 5-8. I lucked out and I have exactly four condensers and four dynamics that I use in my setup. But if you aren't so lucky, beware that it is usually not recommended to put phantom power through a dynamic microphone.

I will post updates as I continue using the product.

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4.0

A good interface

By Audio13

from San Jacinto, CA.

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio

    Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

    I have this unit attached to my laptop, so I'm only using it in a very limited way. It has enough inputs for the purpose I'm using it for, but its lack of ADAT ports doesn't allow you to connect any other device to add more inputs for tracking a larger group of musicians. But it's well made and works with all the different DAWs I use.

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    1.0

    Not worth the trouble.

    By LO FI

    from Texas

    About Me Novice

    Pros

    • Works For 3 Months

    Cons

    • Breaks Easily
    • Known Issues

    Best Uses

      Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

      Worst interface I have ever purchased. Not worth the trouble.

      I've bought this on March 20th. Five months in. Interface light stays on. Looking online I found that it was a known issue. Called Tascam directly for the warranty department. The guy sounded annoyed as soon as he answered the phone. I could hear a tv in the background and felt like he didn't care to help.

      Rep: " it is a known issue, you will have to send it in, it will be hundred for the labour"
      Me: "It is a known issue and you will still charge me to get it fix?"
      Rep: "Yeah but it won't happen again"
      Me: "and if it happens again?"
      Rep "it won't"(sounded annoyed)
      Me: "but if it happens again, will I have to pay a hundred for labor."
      Rep: "It won't happen again." (sounded even more annoyed)
      Me: "that is not what I'm asking"
      Rep "It won't happen again but if it does you will still have to pay hundred dlrs for labor"
      ....

      I baby the hell out of all the music equipment. I'm a broke college student. So it is not fun to deal with this......

      I've never done a review. This is the first time I've felt like I had to. I been recording music on the computer for the last 8 years at home.
      I've started with little 1 input interfaces by m-audio (which still works.) then moved to a better one (still works.) Just a background on it.

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      4.0

      Tascam US-1800

      By CjMatt

      from Central MS

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Clear Sound
      • Easy To Use
      • Lightweight
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Home Studio

        Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

        Works great. Small learning curve on the the Tascam Control Panel. After that it is almost plug-n-play. This is a huge bang for your buck component! I have ran this on a 10 year old windows based lap top and a brand new mac-mini. The 1800 works well with both.

        Not great preamps but they work and are relatively quiet.

        For an indie band, a home studio or a full time hobby, this unit will serve you for s0me time.

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        5.0

        awesome interface for price

        Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

        There is nothing bad about this unit if you know what you are doing. Troubleshooting information is easy to find online. It comes with Cubase 5 LE, which is a decent software for starters. There are lots of tutorials online for cubase. Highly recommended.

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        4.0

        Don't blame tascam

        By Scooter

        from Cincinnati

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Home Studio

            Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

            If you are using Cubase 5 LE, take your time in studying it first. I took a 2 hour class on it before jumping right in and it helped me navigate (although I still am overwhelmed by it at times).

            If you experience noise problems (static, etc.) like I did, do not blame the unit. Most caused by latency on your PC. Can be fixed with some honest research on the problem. There are a number of issues that can be trouble shooted online. There is a lot of information available for this unit if you would only look for it

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            3.0

            update 2 - The US-1800 WORKS!

            By Greg

            from Yachats

            About Me Professional Musician

            Pros

            • 14 Analog Inputs
            • Clear Sound
            • Compact
            • Easy To Use
            • Lightweight
            • Lots of inputs

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Events
              • Full Band
              • Home Studio
              • Mobile DJ
              • Performances

              Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

              I received the US-1800 back from Tascam/Teac Service today. They got it from me on May 27th. Computer recognized it immediately. Using Audacity set to record 14 tracks, works perfectly. What more to say? I didn't check "unreliable" this time because I hope it is NOW a reliable unit based on the info from Tascam that the replacement parts are updated and will not fail. Teac/Tascam Service has been polite and helpful. I would be less pleased if I had paid full price PLUS the postage & labor costs, but as it is I have not yet paid the retail list price.
              I will say that the "down time" is totally un-professional and therefore would not recommend the unit for professional use. It would be reasonable for Tascam to cover all costs associated with the repair of factory defective/inadequate components.
              Now, back to making music and high quality US-1800 multi-track recordings of it. btw, WinXPpro sp2;Dell 3000; 2.8 pentium; 2GB ram; 80GBpata; sataPCIcard&1TB7200sata64Mcache; USB 2.0

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              (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              Update 1

              By Greg

              from Yachats, Oregon

              About Me Professional Musician

              Pros

              • Clear Sound
              • Lots of inputs

              Cons

              • Unreliable

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording
              • Home Studio

              Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

              So, to continue, After my last review I did not get an email with a tracking # for a full week so I called. They (Tascam Service) said they were just going to call me. They don't have the parts YET. Should have them by Friday the 13th (!?!). They are very sorry. I told them to bill my account so that would not cause any further delay once repaired.
              I want to say they (she) have been very nice on the phone, attempting to answer questions and provide info I asked for such as noted in my first review.
              Today is Friday the 13th and I got an email from Tascam Service which states in part:
              Shipped On: 6/13/2014 12:00:00 PM
              Est. Delivery: 6/19/2014
              Carrier: FedEx Home Delivery®
              To be continued . . .

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              (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

               
              2.0

              Was good for exactly 1 year

              By Cuzo

              from New Jersey

              About Me Professional Musician

              Pros

              • Clear Sound
              • Easy To Use
              • Versatile

              Cons

              • Breaks Easily
              • Unreliable

              Best Uses

                Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

                I bought this June 5 of 2013 and it died June 5 of 2014. The usb port is bad. I contacted Tascam and for a multi million ***** company seem disorganized. I was told "it may or may not be covered but there will be a minimum of ***.00 to fix it, plus shipping there and back". This is about half what I paid. The unit stays in my basement so it wasn't abused.

                When it was working it was well worth the money. It tracked very well and the amount of outputs it has was great.

                I was in the middle of doing a demo for one of the bands I am in and had to act fast to get something to finish tracking with so I went with a Focusrite unit that can do 2 instruments at a time. The drums were done so I just need to get through. When I have the need for doing drums again I will most likely get another Focusrite unit that supports it. They seem to have a good track record with durability.

                I will not repair this thing. I had another Tascam product that died fast as well. I WILL NOT BUY their product again and caution anyone. There is a MIN LABOR CHARGE unless it is under 90 days old.

                You have been forewarned.

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                3.0

                Just got a call from Tascam Service

                By Greg

                from Yachats, Oregon

                About Me Professional Musician

                Pros

                • Clear Sound
                • Easy To Use
                • Initial Cost Per Input
                • Low Cost Per Channel

                Cons

                • Unreliable

                Best Uses

                • Amateur Recording
                • Events
                • Home Studio
                • Performances

                Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

                Bought this on sale last Dec. 2013. Warrenty is 90 days labor, 1 year parts. I use it primarily for full live band recording. Drum kit, etc. Worked wonderfully until May when the USB light came on at the same time as power light, but no connection to computer. I sent it in as requested by Tascam Service. Cost for shipping. As per USPS, it arrived at Tascam Service before noon on Tuesday May 27. Tascam called today, June 4, fixed & ready to ship for an additional half the price I originally paid. Labor cost.
                My main interest is having a dependable recording device. Tascam says the parts were replaced with updated parts ("power pcb & USB pcb")(I guess the original parts were defective or somehow inadequate?) I tried to find out if there was anything I could have done to cause the problem. Answer: No. I asked if this is a chronic problem and will it occur again. Answer: No. The replacement parts permanently cure the problem.
                If I want to buy spares in case it happens again, the two together cost the approximately same as I originally paid for the entire unit.
                I also have a US-800 which works flawlessly. The US-1800 spoiled me with all the inputs.
                I will amend this review if the unit doesn't work when I get it back, or if it fails again. If not amended it's 'cause it's still working . . .
                I hope this helps some of you make an informed decision.

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                3.0

                Good bang for your buck.

                By metaorphic

                from Broomfield, CO

                About Me Novice

                Pros

                • Clear Sound
                • Easy To Use
                • Nice Appearance

                Cons

                • Limited Functions
                • Unreliable

                Best Uses

                • Amateur Recording
                • Home Studio

                Comments about TASCAM US-1800 USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI Interface:

                As a college student short on money, I wanted to purchase a multi-channel recording interface without breaking my bank account, and this product does the job. For your reference, I run Windows 8, 64-bit, and primarily use Ableton Live Suite 8 for my recording.

                Setup was not as expected, but still easy. The included disc for the interface didn't work for some reason so I had to download the drivers online.

                Once drivers were installed, I needed to go in and enable the rest of the channels in Ableton so that I could actually set each input on a different track. From there, everything else was dandy. Sound was clear, quality was good, and there was zero latency when using the interface's included ASIO driver.

                Some drawbacks:
                -Not sure what is wrong, but when I monitor directly through the headphone jack while recording, I get a weird jitter every 10-15 seconds. When I play back the music, nothing is wrong. The actual audio records just fine, but it gets annoying if you're playing to a metronome and it suddenly hiccups like that.
                -If you use combinations of dynamic and condenser microphones, you must keep in mind that the interface unfortunately cannot toggle phantom power to individual channels. You can turn it on for all channels 1-4, or all channels 5-8. I lucked out and I have exactly four condensers and four dynamics that I use in my setup. But if you aren't so lucky, beware that it is usually not recommended to put phantom power through a dynamic microphone.

                I will post updates as I continue using the product.

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