Pros: good price, flat and neutral sound, Simple,Dual-purpose front-panel mic/instrument inputs
Cons: rough design
i used to record my electric guitar riffs with this device. now i regularly use it as a desktop amp.
build quality is excellent, you can't crack or break it easily if u try!
i love to listen to music the best it can be heard with my budget.
i listen on either Beyerdynamic dt770 pro 80 ohm or se215 IEMs. despite the great recording job, i can enjoy it's flat, neutral and powerful sound on playing music.
it can drive my DT 770 pro 80ohms nearly to 100dB, so if you are about to listen to loud music, i do not recommend this for higher impedance headphones.
not the most good looking soundcard in the market, but it's ok!
so far so good with foobar2000 and ASIO drivers or WASAPI output support components.
Type XLR Female Balanced
Frequency Response (±3.0 dB) 14 Hz to 70 kHz
Input Impedance (Balanced) 1200Ω
THD+N (unwtd, 1 kHz @ +4 dBu Output, Unity Gain) < 0.008%
S/N Ratio (Unity Gain, Ref. = +4 dBu, 20 Hz to 22 kHz) > 95 dB
Common Mode Rejection Ratio (1 kHz, 55 dB Gain) > 45 dB
Gain Control Range (± 1 dB) 0 dB to 35 dB
Max Input Level (Unity Gain, 1 kHz @ 0.5% THD+N) -3 dBu
Phantom Power (±2 VDC) +48 VDC
TS Female Unbalanced Input Impedance 0.5 MΩ
Balanced Output Impedance 51Ω
Type ¼" TRS Active Stereo
Maximum Output 60 mW/Ch @ 60Ω Load
Frequency Response (±1.0 dB) 20 Hz - 30 kHz
Type Dual 5-pin Female DIN
ADC Dynamic Range (A-wtd, 48 kHz Sample Rate) 105 dB
DAC Dynamic Range (A-wtd, 48 kHz Sample Rate) 105 dB
Bit Depth 24
Reference Level for 0 dBFS +4 dBu
Internal Sample Frequency Selections (kHz) 44.1, 48
Power USB Bus-powered
Dimensions 1/3U (steel chassis)
Height 5.5” (139.7 mm)
Depth 1.75" (44.45 mm)
Width 5.5” (139.7 mm)
Weight 5 lbs (2.27 kg)