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Pro Co Introduces New iGate Audio Gateway, A Versatile Interface Device
Feeds the outputs of various audio sources into professional sound systems
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At the 2010 Winter NAMM show, Pro Co Sound announced the introduction of the new iGate Audio Gateway to its line of portable audio player interface devices, suitable for use in studio, live sound, education and corporate audio applications.

The iGate Audio Gateway is a rack-mount universal interface designed to conveniently feed the outputs of various audio sources into professional sound systems. 

iGate takes a high impedance, headphone, or line level signal from popular sources like iPods/MP3 players, mono or stereo unbalanced line inputs, guitar, bass or keyboard inputs, and computer audio outputs and converts their (various impedance level) signals into low impedance balanced microphone signals that can be inserted into any professional mixing console. 

A low impedance microphone pass thru input is also included as a convenience to the operator/user.

The rack mount package makes the iGate suitable for use in studio, live sound, education and corporate audio applications.  It is housed in Pro Co’s rugged 19-inch “Unibox” enclosure with easy-to-read laser-etched control graphics on both the front and back panels.

Each iGate is handcrafted and tested by Pro Co, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and comes with Pro Co’s “Any Excuse, Even Abuse” warranty.

The iGate is scheduled for availability beginning in February 2010.

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