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NAMM 2013: New Audio Interface for iOS and PX-5 Professional Monitor from Fostex
The preliminary information for the AR101 Audio Interface explains that the small, lightweight interface is widely usable with the iPhone 5 and iPad as well as DSLR cameras and PC.
The PX-5 Speaker consists of a 5.2 inch woofer and a 1 inch tweeter, powered by 35W and an 18W full digital amplifier.
Could the PX-5 be a tasted of what's to come from Fostex? Perhaps a further PX Series is on the way.
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Posted on 25 Jan 2013 14:47 to category : Instruments News
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