The Alesis iO Hub is a professional two-channel audio interface that empowers you to create anywhere. A single USB connection provides power to the iO Hub for plug-and-play connectivity. This article walks through a number of frequently asked questions about the iO Hub.
The iO Hub is "class-compliant", meaning it does not require any drivers. Computers running Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 or Mac OSX 10.6 and above will automatically recognize the iO Hub.
The iO Hub can be used with any digital audio workstation or recording software that supports USB audio. Control Hub owners may also download AIR Music Tech's IGNITE software from www.airmusictech.com/getignite
The iO Hub can connect to your iPad using Apple's Camera Connection Kit (sold separately).
Yes! The iO Hub has an on board battery compartment (batteries sold separately) that provides 48 volts of Phantom Power for use with condenser microphones. Dynamic microphones will work without needing Phantom Power.
The iO Hub requires a USB connection for power. The on board battery compartment is used only to provide the Phantom Power to condenser mics.
INPUT 1 and INPUT 2 on the iO Hub use "combo" inputs, which combine both a 1/4" and XLR type on one input jack. Any of the connectors shown below will fit.
Adapters are widely available to connect other common cable types, like RCA and 1/8".
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