Orange Omec Teleport Audio Interface

$139.00
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The OMEC Teleport interface is a universal connection device (IOS, Android, Mac, PC) without any specific drivers or software requirements. It features high quality ADC/DAC converters – through a USB B connector – housed in a small effect pedal enclosure.

The Teleport allows you to convert both analog audio signals (an instrument for example) to digital to be processed with the many applications available. Additionally, the Teleport gives you the ability to convert digital audio signals to analogue (through mixers, D.I. boxes, amplifiers, etc.).

With this versatility the Teleport can be used for a wide range of applications: musicians that want to play, record, mix or process their sound, with the autonomy provided by mobile devices; Bluetooth connected musicians, like keyboard players or DJs employing the same devices for their sessions; even the amateur music lover who wants to convert music stored on their devices to analogue with renewed quality.

Mono to Stereo: Mono IN and Stereo OUT with a parallel buffer. There’s no limit to what you do with your signal. Now you can experiment with stereo effects from a single channel input signal.
Lightweight: Built in a robust but lightweight pedal enclosure.
9V Power: The OMEC Teleport uses the same 9V DC input as your other pedals.
Includes AmpliTube CS: A complete, full-featured guitar/bass amp and effects rig for Windows/MacOS for capturing your performances. It features tools, tones and controls that will inspire you beyond your wildest expectations. For no cost, you will get the standard AmpliTube CS with the virtual OR120, Tiny Terror, Rockerverb 50, AD30 and matching Orange Cabs.
High-end AC/DA Converters: We use high quality analogue to digital and digital to analogue converters to ensure perfect sound replication, allowing for an amazing signal to noise ratio. Even with high-gain signals, enjoy less fizz and more tone.
Buffered Bypass: We use a buffered bypass to avoid the tonal effect of adding additional cable to your signal chain.