The iTwo is a 2-input interface with pre-amps that are clear and capable to preserve the natural timbre of the source recording. There is a dedicated port at the rear side of the interface for iPad compatibility.
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Pro This interface has good connectivity
The iTwo is should be compatible with many studio equipment. There are 2 main XLR/TRS inputs and a headphone out on the front side of the device. On the rear, there are 2 TRS outputs, MIDI in and out ports, a USB 2.0 connection and a Mfi USB port.
Pro It's compatible with iPhone and iPad
You’ll be able to connect this interface with an iPad or iPhone, so you can use this as part of your portable recording rig. You can connect a Lighting to USB cable to the Mfi port, so you won't have to deal with converters. You’ll still need to provide power to the interface’s USB power port though, either by using a USB power brick or a power bank.
Pro The pre-amps produce clean and natural sounding audio
The audio recordings that you can get with this interface should sound great. The pre-amps are of great quality and are not only capable of delivering distortion-free recordings, but are also able to preserve the natural decay and width of the sound. Your voice recordings should sound natural and full without any hiss or audio artifacts.
Pro Durable casing
The iTwo isn’t likely to be damaged by minor drops and hits, thanks to the metal casing.
Con Input gain knobs can be difficult to reach
You may find it difficult to use the input gain knobs when all front I/O are used. The knobs are quite small and are placed near the bottom of the device, and can make them hard to work with.
Con There are no individual phantom power controls for each mic channel
You’ll need to be extra careful when turning on phantom power. The switch at the back activates the feature for both channels, so do take note of the mics that are plugged in before activating phantom power.