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CES: iRig HD Announced

The follow up to the most well-known guitar interface of all time

The new iRig HD, the follow up to iRig – the most well-known instrument interface of all-time – is now being shown at the 2013 Customer Gadgets Display in  Las Vegas, at the IK Multi-media unit (located at Northern Area, Sales space 5625). Just one day after the show floor started out, iLounge granted it Best of Display 2013!
With over 500, 000 models marketed globally, iRig has totally changed the way musicians jam and record, enabling them to perform anywhere using their iPhone or iPad and the virtual effects and amplifiers of the range of AmpliTube apps. AmpliTube is the all-time top seller when it comes to instrument audio handling, and has a multitude of famous items of equipment from world-class manufacturers such Fender®, Ampeg®, Soldano®, and T-Rex®, as well as the appears to be of famous performers  like Slash and Jimi Hendrix.

iRig HD improves on the characteristics that have made iRig the standard for connecting your guitar or bass to the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad and rocking out. Together with its convenience of use, plug-and-play comfort, ultra-portability and globally interface, iRig HD offers a excellent digital audio quality that's much like that of high-end connections used in computer-based studios.
Source : Cult of Mac

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