"Latency is non-existent with the iRig Pro I/O while recordings are crystal-clear and balanced. There was no noise added to the signal that I could hear... I found the iRig Pro I/O to perform incredibly well."
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"The iRig Pro I/O is bigger than the iRig Pro and that’s a good thing. It looks sturdier than the previous model and runs off two AA batteries or your Mac’s USB-port — or even better: off its own optional DC power supply unit that will be available soon. The slightly elevated and tooth-edged gain wheel makes it a lot easier to operate, while the numbers make it easier to remember settings when using the same equipment on different occasions."
"Latency is non-existent with the iRig Pro I/O while recordings are crystal-clear and balanced throughout the frequency range of 20 to 20kHz."
"Up to and including level 7, there was no noise added to the signal that I could hear — nor see when I opened the recording of the test in SpectraLayers Pro. The same test performed with the Apogee Duet iPad/Mac showed a more gradual build-up of noise. When it comes to noise, I found the iRig Pro I/O to perform incredibly good for its price."
"Especially with interviews, I would prefer the iRig Pro I/O above the Duet for two reasons: the bass levels of the Duet when the recorded voices are male, and the hassle of having to plug in the Duet into a wall outlet before you can start using it with your iPad or iPhone."
"In addition, the iRig Pro I/O comes with a whole feast of apps for your iPad/iPhone to get you started immediately."
"The iRig Pro I/O costs €182.99. That’s a very decent price for what it offers."