The pioneers in mobile music making now bring you the new iRig HD-A – the next generation of the immensely popular iRig interface. iRig HD-A is the very first high-quality 24-bit audio interface thats small enoguh to fit in your pocket and connects directly to your Android device and PC.
iRig HD-A features superb digital audio quality and offers an exceptional 24-bit A/D converter for a crystal clear digital signal that’s free from noise and crosstalk. Plus, its super low draw power consumption circuitry removes the need for batteries and fuss – it's powered by your mobile device or computer. An onboard gain control allows you to dial in an expert signal level for your instrument and apps, and a multicolour LED signals you, letting you know what's going on with your interface and signal.
iRig HD-A is compatible with AmpliTube for Android as well as any other real-time processing apps which support USB/OTG audio input. Use the iRig HD-A anywhere you play guitar – when your out and about playing gigs, in the studio or on your PC at home.
No matter where you are, iRig HD-A delivers a perfect and high quality digital input signal. It features an ultra-transparent 24-bit A/D converter that precisely preserves the implications of your instrument. This means you can rock out on your Android device, PC laptop or desktop computer with studio quality sound.
The beauty of the iRig HD-A is that it works everywhere you do when you need to. It also comes with a convenient USB cable and is class compliant, so you can plug right in to your laptop or desktop PC computer and keep jamming.
Now for the good stuff. Download the AmpliTube FREE for Android app from the Samsung Galaxy Store. Plug your guitar into iRig HD-A, plug your headphones into your device headphone jack and launch the app. Immediately you'll see something very familiar and useful – a complete guitar rig.
AmpliTube for Android turns your Android device that supports Samsung Professional Audio technology into the best and latest mobile guitar and bass multi-effects processor, offering up digital versions of some of the most coveted amplifiers and stompbox effects of all time.