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Echo 2 USB Audio Interface & Mixer

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Price: $371.10 + $15.65 shipping
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  • USB 2.0 high speed interface with 9' cable
  • Power from USB* or included international AC adapter
  • Intuitive, simple touch panel controls
  • Selectable microphone, balanced line, or high-impedance instrument inputs
  • EZ Trim - Precisely set your inputs to the optimal level with the touch of a button
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 3.6 x 1 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B009E9IEKQ
  • Item model number: ECHO2
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,901 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 20, 2012

Product Description

The Echo 2 is a high-end personal mixer and a USB audio interface. With innovative touch panel controls and premium microphone preamps, the Echo 2 is perfect for live performance and for recording. The Echo 2 features touch controls, built-in studio grade preamps, and a compact, portable design. You don't need a separate preamp or direct box - simply connect your instrument or microphone to the Echo 2, and mount the Echo 2 on your microphone stand using the included bracket. Complete control of your mix is right at your fingertips. The Echo 2 is great for recording, mixing, mastering, or just listening to a playlist. The separate headphone and main outputs are also ideal for DJ software. The Echo 2 is a versatile creative tool, with audio quality comparable to interfaces costing hundreds of dollars more.


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Spike da Peke on November 13, 2013
This is a replacement for a highly-rated poorly built piece of dreck, a Focuswrong Scarlett 2i2 - It died of noisy audio and a failed mic input after 9 months use. Know of any quality electronic device that rattles? The Echo-2 is nearly twice the price and straight out of the box seems twice the quality. 1). It doesn't rattle. 2). It's heavy and very solid feeling as if it were carved from a billet of solid aluminium. All controls are touch sensitive - way cool, and electronically quiet. 3). Its very quiet - using my Sennheiser HD650's I hear nothing - no crackle, hiss, usb noise etc. when the gain is turned down either when monitoring mics or a USB signal. At high levels (0db attenuation) I can hear some hiss- but care in cord arrangement minimises this. On playback I hear very little noise. Period. Let me state this more emphatically: After recording to Logic using good mics and quality cables to the Echo-2 mic preamps and a/d conversion at either 96 or 192 khz I can't hear any noise I can attribute to the Echo-2.

NOISE POINT - use the power supply - as the manual states, USB noise creeps in if the unit is forced to rely on USB power. Its true - believe the manual, believe me. What I said about "no noise" is not true if you are relying on USB power. I noticed noise when attempting to use the echo-2 and dynamic mics on location with my laptop. Not awful, (typical artefacts and cable hiss), just not the pristine silence of the powered setup. Also, the Echo-2 can't furnish phantom power without its power supply.

When recording voice with a Nady TRM6 Tube Ribbon direct to Logic 9 the noise level is very low, and at 96 or 192 khz I'm hearing little in the way of noise or AD/DA artefacts.
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