The silver and black EIE or 'Electromusic Interface Expander' Pro is the follow-up to Akai's first foray into audio interface production — the EIE — and builds on the company's considerable reputation for manufacturing user-friendly, durable hardware. Sample rates of up to 96kHz are available at bit resolution. Out of the box, the retro stylings and sturdy construction become obvious. The case is solid, the controls feel positive, and the colour scheme and materials are cleverly co-ordinated to mirror current trends in computer design. On the front panel, all the important controls are immediately accessible. Throw-switch operation goes even further to ensure that phantom power is only applied when required, and contrasts favourably with the 'soft' push switches of similar devices.
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The EIE Pro features four discrete-design preamplifiers with 48V phantom power for use with virtually any microphone. Both pairs of outputs can be monitored visually with the high-quality, analog VU meters providing classic features with modern style. High quality analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters ensure that every detail of your session or performance gets captured and played back faithfully. Skip to the end of the images gallery.
Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. EIE Pro. Get solid, professional connectivity, with the EIE Pro. Key Features. Key Specs. USB 2.
Akai EIE Pro review
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Mo Volans on Apr 23, in Review 0 comments. I've been using Akai equipment since the 90s when their flagship samplers weren't just popular but an absolutely essential bit of studio kit. Since then, not a huge amount of Akai branded gear has passed through my hands bar a few controller keyboards. With this in mind, I was glad to see something from Akai coming my way, especially due to the fact it was an audio interface and built like a tank.