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iCON Pro Audio: Duo Live Interfaces

Manufacturer iCON Pro Audio has released a couple of audio interfaces designed to bridge between mobile devices and desktop computers. You can actually connect to both simultaneously!

The Duo22 Live is a two-input/two-output USB interface for $110 on Amazon, while the Duo44 Live bumps that up to four-in/four-out for $170.

Both units connect to a computer using a standard USB 2.0 cable. At the same time they can also be connected to a mobile device using USB-C! If you don't have an appropriate USB-C device or adapter, you can also connect with a TRRS cable.

The Duo44 also adds MIDI ports to the deal.

Reader Comments 3

Probably want to make sure the unit has power before you switch on phantom power.

Might not be as critical as it was in the past, but there was a kind of protocol about how phantom was introduced to your mic so it didn't damage anything. You plug in the mic, turn gear on, wait until it's fully on, then turn on 48v.
November 17, 2020  | favorite_border stub
nice to see more devices that support dual connections, though just cant see how anything can beat the iConnectivity Audio+ which is still the single best purchase ive made in my music setup
November 17, 2020  | person_outline bee
I agree on the iConnectivity. I bought a used Audio 4+ this summer. One input on each set of preamps isn’t functioning correctly and it’s still one of the best purchases I’ve made. Not only being able to integrate my iPad so easily into my setup but also the routing and controller options make this thing an amazing tool.
November 18, 2020  | person_outline Chris674
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