Reviewing iRig Pro DUO in their July 2016 issue, Sound on Sound reports: "ln session, pre-amp and playback quality is perfectly respectable, and the interface is simple to operate."
"All the important interconnection cables are supplied in the box, including a Lightning cable for iOS, Micro USB for Android, standard USB and MlDl connection cables."
"ln session, pre-amp and playback quality is perfectly respectable, and the interface is simple to operate."
"Fit and finish is largely solid too, with smooth gain controls that aren't easily knocked out of position once set, handy LED activity/clip metering, and sufficient weight to the case to avoid it moving around on the desktop once everything is plugged in."
"When recording audio I found the direct monitoring to be incredibly useful in avoiding latency altogether."
"Latency levels are pretty usable too, yielding good results when feeding a guitar input through an amp simulator in GarageBand on iOS, or whilst triggering a virtual instrument via the MlDl input."
Barry's final conclusion was:
"The iRig Pro DUO really packs punch as a truly mobile device, at a significantly lower price than its closest rival ... you get more audio ins and outs, MlDl I/O and Windows compatibility."