Guitarists searching for a digital guitar interface for Android might be interested in a new piece of hardware from IK Multimedia in the form of the new iRig HD-A.
The latest iRig HD-A hardware from IK Multimedia has been designed to be the first high-quality 24-bit audio interface that connects directly to your Android device and PC and is also compatible with AmpliTube for Android.
However at the moment the iRig HD-A currently only supports devices that are running with Samsung Professional Audio, such as the Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge. However support for the Galaxy S5, Note 3 and others is currently in the process of being sorted. says IK Multimedia.
The pocket sized iRig HD-A offers a premium 24-bit A/D converter for a crystal clear digital signal that’s free from noise and crosstalk, says IK Multimedia.
“Plus, its ultra-low-draw power consumption circuitry eliminates the need for batteries – it’s powered by your mobile device or computer. An onboard gain control allows you to dial in the perfect signal level for your instrument and apps, and a multicolor LED lets you know what’s going on with your interface and signal.
No matter where you are, iRig HD-A delivers a pure high-quality digital input signal. It features an ultra-transparent 24-bit A/D converter that accurately preserves the nuances of your instrument. This means you can rock out on your Android device, PC laptop or desktop computer with studio quality sound. iRig HD-A features a standard 1/4″ Hi-Z instrument input jack, and connects to your Android device with the included OTG cable.”
For more information on the new IK Multimedia iRig HD-A jump over to the official IK Multimedia website for details and full specifications and to purchase for $100.
Source: IK MultimediaFiled Under: Android News, Gadgets News, Top News