MOOER Steep I Audio Interface
MOOER Steep I, Compact multi-platform audio interface, Two input channels, Two output channels, Headphones output with a separate volume control, Mic input, instrument/line input, 48v phantom power, Zero-latency direct monitoring with mix control, ASIO compatible, Powered via USB cable or USB power supply
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While many MOOER multi-effects pedals can be used as an audio interface, MOOER has finally announced their new line-up of audio interfaces with the Steep I and II.
Both models offer a multi-platform audio interface with support for high-resolution audio up to 24bit/192 khz and combination microphone, line-in, and high-impedance value instrument support. Dual-channel outputs are also included as well as one USB-C port for power and one USB-C port for data transfer, that can also be used for power when connected to a PC. Both the Steep I and II include dual LED input level indicators, support for 48v phantom power, a headphones output with a separate volume control, a stereo direct monitor button, and knobs to control main output volume, mix, and input gain levels.
The Steep II adds several features including dual combined ¼” and XLR input jacks (Steep I includes a single ¼” and one combined ¼” and XLR input jacks) as well as MIDI IN/OUT ports for connecting to a MIDI keyboard, synthesizer, and other supported devices.
MOOER Steep I and II are ASIO compatible, which ensures fast and reliable audio traffic between the device and computer. For the device to function properly on a Windows computer, you need to install the ASIO driver from the Mooer website.
Compact and reliable Audio Interface for computers (PC/Mac) and mobile devices (Android/iOS)
Two input channels with physical Gain controls
Two output channels (L/R) with a master volume knob
Headphones output with a separate volume control
XLR / 6,3 mm jack combo input for connecting a microphone, instrument or line level sources
6,3 mm jack input for instrument or line level sources
High impedance buttons for connecting stringed instruments with passive electronics directly
48v phantom power for conderser mics
Zero-latency direct monitoring with a mix control and mono/stereo button
Power supply directly from USB port or separate USB power supply