Ammoon AGM02 Mini 2-Channel Sound Card
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Super mini 2-channel mixing console designed for home stuido recording, network live broadcast, karaoke, etc; 5V low voltage power supply design, can be powered by computer or 5V power bank through the including USB cable, easy to carry and convenient to use.
With two TRS & XLR combined mono inputs for connecting microphone, instrument or other audio device; RCA(L&R) outputs for connecting amplifier or recorder; 3.5mm headset connection includes MIC IN and PHONES jack to avoid unnecessary noise.
Each channel has 2-band EQ(High & Low), PAN(panorama/balanced) and level controls; CH1 supports GAIN adjustment(0 to -60), CH2 with GAIN switch to determine the basic volume and GUITAR switch for switching the input impedance.
Supports 48V phantom power for condenser microphone; with USB PLAYBACK switch assigns signal to MAIN MIX to MONITOR; with MONITOR/PHONES knob for headphone output volume control and MAIN MIX knob for setting the level of the output signal sent via the RCA outputs and the USB port
Integrated USB audio interface will be identified and addressed as an external sound card when connected with computer, and audio data can be transferred between the computer and the mixer.
CH1 & CH2 XLR: 2mV/1.8k ohm(gain max)
CH1 Jack: 10mV/ 12k ohm(line)
CH2 Jack: 30mV/ 20k ohm(line), 30mV/240k ohm(guitar)
Output Level: 5.8V max(main, monitor)
Frequency Range: 20-22000Hz
THD: <= 0.05%
S/N Ratio: 80dB
Bass Range: ±15dB/80Hz
High Range: ±15dB/12kHz
Headphone: Impedance: >=16 ohm
USB Interface: USB1.1 compatible, 16-bit delta-sigma, 44.1kHz sampling rates, 48kHz max.
Phantom Power: 48V
Power Supply: USB 5V 500mA
Operating System: Windows 2000, XP or higher; Mac OS 9.0.4 or higher, 10.X or higher
Item Size: 10 * 13.5 * 3.5cm / 3.9 * 5.3 * 1.4in
Item Weight: 443g / 15.6oz
Package Size: 17.5 * 13.5 * 10cm / 6.9 * 5.3 * 3.9in
Package Weight: 615g / 1.4lbs
This unit were using the best and the most stability brand TI USB chip set , it is an integrated USB sound card and can be used with no external system driver, and supports both MAC and Windows with many versions. Not supports ASIO drivers.