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An excellent choices for mobile musicians, sound designers, and podcasters. The USB 2.0 bus-powered AudioBox iTwo provides high-quality audio I/O for...Read More

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An excellent choices for mobile musicians, sound designers, and podcasters. The USB 2.0 bus-powered AudioBox iTwo provides high-quality audio I/O for Mac, PC, and Apple iPad. These compact, ruggedly built interfaces offer high-performance Class A mic preamplifiers, record 24-bit audio at up to 96 kHz, and include powerful, easy-to-use Studio One Artist DAW for Mac and Windows and Capture Duo recording software for iPad.

PreSonus Class A mic preamps
Power amplifiers are classified primarily by the design of the output stage and are designated Class A, B, AB, D, G, or H. In a Class A preamp, the output circuits are always on for the entire cycle of signal swing or the bias current flows at all times.

As a result, Class A preamps that use quality components, such as those in the AudioBox iOne and iTwo, have the most linear design, with the least amount of crossover distortion, and they deliver purer, clearer, and more musical results than the Class AB designs that are found in many preamps.

Great preamps are crucial to great sound but to get that pro sound, you also need outstanding converters. And to hear what you're doing, you need a headphone amp that keeps up with the rest of the design. That's why PreSonus uses high-quality 24-bit, 96 kHz analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters with 105 dB of dynamic range. The DACs feed a pair of balanced ¼-inch, line-level outputs and an ultra-loud, crystal-clear headphone output.

Built to Travel
PreSonus designed the AudioBox iTwo to excel as a mobile interface, so they take a serious pounding and remain completely reliable. They're built like small tanks, with a metal chassis and knobs/jacks secured directly to the enclosure to reduce strain on the internal circuit board. Toss the AudioBox iTwo in your backpack or laptop bag and take it along. Wherever your travels take you, your AudioBox i-series interface will be ready to perform. If you're looking for a simple, versatile recording interface with exceptional sound quality that works with a Mac, PC, and iPad, look no further than the AudioBox i series. Because sometimes a simple, well-made, well-designed solution is exactly what you need.

Two channel audio interface with quality mic preamps.

  • 24-bit, 96 kHz audio quality
  • MIDI I/O
  • Zero latency monitoring
  • Rugged, built for travel
  • Top quality mic pres

Order today and get a mobile studio hub you can be proud of.


AudioBox iTwo Studio

  • Mic Preamps: 2 high-headroom Class A
  • Analog Inputs: 2 mic/line/instrument
  • Analog Outputs: 2 ¼" TRS Mains, 1 ¼" Headphones
  • iOS (iPad): Yes
  • Maximum Bit Depth/Sample Rate24-bit/ 96 kHz
  • Zero Latency Monitoring: Variable (Mix knob)
  • Phantom Power: 1: 1 global
  • Indicator Lights: Power (blue), Signal (green), Clip (red)
  • MIDI I/O: Yes
  • Converters (Dynamic Range): A/D/A 105 dB
  • Power: USB bus-powered*
  • USB: 2.0
  • Integrated Software:
  • Capture Duo for iPad 2-channel recording app: free download
  • Studio One Artist DAW: free download

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


Moderately good, at best.


  • Experience points?
  • Price is good, for the amount of gear you get


  • Long install process
  • Manufacturers give issues on replacement
  • Not necessarily for beginners

Best Uses

  • For bands who know what they're doing
  • For someone who is formally educated
  • Podcasting more than instrumentation, mainly
  • Somebody who is pursuing it as a business

Comments about PreSonus AudioBox iTwo Studio:

As someone who has been a recording and performing musician for about ten years(and a musician for the majority of his actual life - 23/26 years), this particular equipment isn't bad, by any means, but it isn't the best. Now, I've had some mics from this site(a Nady USB mic that was absolutely horrid - took 2 months to get and was practically dead, by time I got it, past return policy, and I was told: "can't help you," but, I digress), but...the mic included with this set isn't a bad one.

It's a decent bit of hardware that picks up a clean tone and can hang with some lower-end mics on the spectrum. Mine has a bit of a hum, sometimes, but, you just have to make sure the XLR stays plugged in, as the port doesn't always seem to hang on so tightly to the end of it. That's the only problem I seem to have run into with it. The interface works wonders and the headphones don't have any issues that I've run into, even after three years.

While I've gone through a lot of gear, over the years, recording for countless people, here and there, swapping out mics for different vocalists and instrumentation for whoever it may be, engineering for whoever it may be that I work with, I think that this is a solid thing to have on hand, for whatever it is that I am doing.

Now, getting into Studio One, as a software, it isn't for the faint of heart. Now, it DOES have tutorials and the like, which can be fine to use, if you want to learn to use something on the complicated side, while learning the harder aspect of engineering, which is a good thing, especially if you plan on using something like ProTools(which, in my honest opinion, is more user-friendly than Studio One - that's saying a lot).

Definitely do your research before doing anything drastic, especially if it's going to be your first foray into recording, but, it shouldn't hard to pick up.

Finally, that all being said, for the price, it's hard to beat the amount of gear you're getting, so hop in and enjoy!

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apparently not for beginners


from pennsylvania



      Best Uses

      • Or Recording Practices
      • Recording Cello Practice

      Comments about PreSonus AudioBox iTwo Studio:

      weak instructions located inside program. can't view and work at same time... Found U-tube commissioned by Personus but person making it apparently indicated on replies that he can't be bothered with beginners trying to get started, said "read the instructions".. If printed 'getting started' instructions were included for the basics more new people might buy this.. Wouldn't recommend at this point.

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