Tac-2 is a 2-in/2-out, 24-bit/192 kHz audio interface, equipped with Thunderbolt connection, delivering low latency and high-quality audio. Tac-2 is small, light, but yet rugged, and it’s perfect for musicians, performers, producers, DJs and composers.
The top panel has the main display and a large knob, which controls all the interface’s functions. By pressing it repeatedly, it’s possible to control the volume from Inputs 1 and 2, phones and output. It’s also possible to turn on/off the unit’s phantom power.
In the front panel, there’s a TRS phones jack and also an Instrument input jack, used to connect guitar or bass, for example. Input 1 is disabled when a cable is plugged into the Instrument input.
The rear panel has the Thunderbolt port to connect the interface to a computer (and also for power). It also has two output jacks and two combo XLR/TRS inputs.
Tac-2 requires a driver, which can be downloaded directly from the company’s website. It comes with the MixEfx, a free Macintosh software that helps the user to route all inputs and outputs, as well as adding high-quality effects, such as reverb and delay. There are other parameters like low cut filter and phase reverse, and memory slots for saving custom settings.
– 2-in/2-out interface with Thunderbolt connection;
– 24-bit/192 kHz audio resolution;
– +48V phantom power;
– 2 combo XLR/TRS inputs;
– 1 Hi-Z TRS input;
– 2 balanced TRS outputs;
– Phone output with independent volume control;
– LED metering for input, output, and phone volume;
– Bus powered;
– Compatible with Macintosh computers running OS X 10.9.5 and above.
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