IK Multimedia iRig Pro Duo Audio/MIDI Interface for iOS and Mac

Sku #J25751000000000

Rebate Offer Available!


$199.99 Finance Now! Special Promotions
  1. Rebate

In Stock & Ready To Ship

Platinum Coverage: (What’s This?)
Add to list
See All IK Multimedia iOS Audio/MIDI Interfaces

Rebate offer

Supercharge Your Interface

From April 1st to April 30th, when you purchase and register an iRig Pro Duo, iRig Pro, or iRig HD2 Audio Interface, you'll get your choice of AmpliTube 4 Deluxe or T-RackS Grand for free!

IK Multimedia

A recording rig that fits in the palm of your hand.

iRig PRO DUO is a mobile two-channel Audio and MIDI interface in an ultra-compact, portable enclosure. It features all of the most common connections a musician needs to make high-quality recordings on the go with iPhone, iPad or Mac/PC. iRig PRO DUO comes with two analog XLR/TRS combo inputs for connecting microphones, instruments or MIDI devices. It also has headphone output and stereo balanced line outputs.

Inputs can accept microphones (both dynamic and condenser), line or high-impedance (guitar, bass, etc.) signals and can be used on the field with condenser microphones that require Phantom power.

  • Ultra-compact mobile stereo interface for iOS, Mac and PC
  • 2x combo audio inputs
  • 2x balanced TRS outputs
  • Headphone output
  • MIDI input/output with TRS to MIDI DIN cables (included)
  • Core Audio Compatible
  • Studio quality preamplifiers with gain control
  • Direct monitoring for latency-free overdubs
  • Bus powered or two AA batteries

Order today and take a studio with you wherever you go.


iRig Pro Duo Audio/MIDI Interface for iOS and Mac Specifications:

  • iOS: iPhone 4 and above, iPod touch (4th and 5th generation),
    iPad. iOS 5.1 or later is required.
    Android* devices with USB (OTG) connector running Android apps
    that use USB (OTG) audio input.
    Mac: Mac OS X 10.5 or later. One free USB port.
    Windows: Support using the ASIO4ALL driver on Windows XP/
    *Compatibe with Samsung
review resources