Shure Introduces MVX2U, an XLR-to-USB Adapter with Headphone Jack
Shure releases a new product for easy audio recording: the MVX2U. The innovative device allows users to easily and quickly record audio from a variety of sources, such as XLR microphones and other line inputs, to a computer or laptop via USB. What sets it apart is the inclusion of a headphone output, which can be used to monitor audio as it is being recorded or played back.
Providing a flexible, low-cost solution. The MVX2U is a cost-effective solution for studios and content creators looking for an affordable and flexible way to record audio from a variety of sources. It comes with two XLR inputs and one 1/4-inch guitar input, as well as a headphone output. It also includes a pair of stereo RCA outputs that can be used for a monitor or other speaker system. The total cost of the device, including cables, is less than $90.
Compatibility with modern applications. The MVX2U is compatible with a variety of popular audio recording software, such as ProTools and GarageBand. It is also compatible with Windows, macOS, and iOS devices. Furthermore, the device is USB-powered, eliminating the need for an AC adapter.
Simple, easy-to-use design.The MVX2U has a simple, compact design, making it easy to transport and set up. Its plug-and-play technology allows it to easily connect to computers without the need for any complicated installation process. Additionally, the device’s intuitive controls make it easy for users to adjust levels and monitor the audio.
Focus on sound quality. Shure made sure to not sacrifice sound quality in the process of creating the MVX2U. The device features 24-bit/48kHz resolution, which allows for crystal clear audio recordings. Additionally, the device’s circuitry reduces interference and background noise, resulting in studio quality recordings.
For anyone looking for an easy and affordable way to record audio, the MVX2U from Shure is a great solution. It offers a variety of features and options that make it a great choice for content creators and studios on a budget.