Audio Interfaces

Audio interfaces provide a simple way to convert signals from microphones and instruments into your computer for recording purposes, as well as giving you a way to send audio signals from your PC out to headphones or speakers.

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  1. PD PDX USB Digital Analog Audio Interface
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    PD PDX USB Digital Analog Audio Interface
    • USB and RCA in/output, switchable
    • Convert analog Audio signals to 2 channel digital signals and back
    • Including Audacity software
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  2. PD PDX25 2 Channel USB Audio Interface
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    PD PDX25 2 Channel USB Audio Interface
    • Stereo DI box
    • Two Combo inputs
    • Microphone / Line selectable
    • Two RCA outputs
    • Phono input with level adjustment
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  3. PD PDX30 2 Channel Active DI BOX Stereo
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    PD PDX30 2 Channel Active DI BOX Stereo
    • Stereo DI box
    • Two 6.3 mm jack inputs
    • Two 6.3 mm jack outputs
    • Two XLR outputs (balanced)
    • Selectable Phantom or battery powered
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An audio interface is essential in a studio setting, as it gives you the ability to send signals from microphones and instruments into your PC to be recorded into a DAW. They have balanced input connections, which makes for the best audio recordings possible, perfect for singing or speech purposes.

Many of our USB audio interfaces have selectable phantom power. This is a great feature if you are going to be using condenser microphones, as they need this extra voltage in order to work. For dynamic microphones, you will not need this feature, but it can be easily turned off from a button, making the interface suitable for a variety of microphones.

Another great feature that our audio interfaces have are headphone outputs. You can connect speakers to the main stereo outputs of the interface and then also connect headphones, and this gives you the option to listen back to audio through different means.

A selection of our audio interfaces also have ground connections to allow use with record players. The ground connection amplifies the signal from your record player and then changes the signal into a digital form, which allows you to record your vinyl collection into MP3 files.