Reviews and Problems with TC Electronic Impact Twin
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" Pristine quality "
21 July 2014
Excerpt: The TC Electronics Impact Twin is a firewire interface with a total of 14 inputs: 10 of them are digital (the signal comes from either the ADAT or the S/PDIF inputs) and 4 are analog, with line inputs at the back of the unit and two mic/line inputs at the front with phantom power available and two very good preamps. It also has MIDI in/out, four output channels (or two stereo pairs) and a headphone output.
Excerpt: I chose this model for its comprehensive connectivity (XLR, TRS jacks, digital coaxial, ADAT, MIDI) and the fact that it can operate without a computer and therefore live (preamp, compressor, reverb). And it's the TC I already had the G-Force, very clean, I have not been disappointed by the Impact Twin.
Excerpt: The Twin is made by TC Electronic and it is a very simple interface to use with a lot of ins and outs. It is a 14 in and 14 out interface that has two great microphone preamps and comes with a few plug ins and Ableton software.
Excerpt: The road was long and winding and you can select a sound card! I went to this little TC by following the various opinions here and there. You should know that this is my first (and for a moment I hope) sound card worthy of the name. My opinion of this product is not very objective, but it is an opinion all the same.