USB Audio Interface

A USB interface is a hardware device that connects audio equipment, such as microphones, instruments, or mixers, to a computer via USB (Universal Serial Bus) connection. It serves as a bridge between analog audio signals and digital data, allowing users to record and playback high-quality audio directly to and from their computer. USB interfaces often feature inputs for microphones, instruments, and line-level sources, as well as outputs for speakers or headphones. They typically include preamps for amplifying microphone signals, converters for converting analog audio to digital and vice versa, and often include controls for adjusting levels and monitoring. USB interfaces are widely used in home studios, podcasting setups, and professional recording environments, providing a convenient and reliable solution for capturing and processing audio with minimal latency and high fidelity.

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