Peavey's Xport is a high-fidelity, ultraportable USB interface for guitar and bass, using a standard USB cable to connect to your laptop or desktop computer. The Xport's high-quality ASIO and Core Aud... Click To Read More About This Product
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Peavey's Xport is a high-fidelity, ultraportable USB interface for guitar and bass, using a standard USB cable to connect to your laptop or desktop computer. The Xport's high-quality ASIO and Core Audio drivers offer rock-solid performance for both Windows and Mac OS X. Powered by the USB bus and featuring both headphone and line outputs, teh Xport provides musicians with a simple, hassle-free digital recording solution.
Included with Xport is Peavey ReValver amp modeling software, the only virtual amplifier that captures the true tonal characteristics of vacuum tubes. This state-of-the-art software can be used as a standalone virtual amp or with your favorite recording software. Reaper digital audio workstation software, an advanced multi-track audio production and recording environment for Windows and OS X, is also included.
1/4" instrument input
Headphone out with volume control
ASIO/OS X (Core Audio) drivers
Includes ReValver and Reaper DAW software
System requirements: Personal computer with USB 1.1 or higher, running Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista (all editions), or Mac OS X
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Comments about Peavey xPort USB Guitar Interface:
Bought this to do some quick, easy idea recording to my pc. First impression was it was cheaply made plastic. It worked ok for about 3 hours. First problem I had was getting a high pitched whining noise coming from my pc when this thing is plugged into it. It's not very loud, but you can definitely hear it. Does the same thing on all ports. I don't have any issues with any other USB devices. Second issue is, it started making a humming and crackling sound whenever I played my guitar through it. All the cables/speakers are good. Adjusting buffer and bit rates did nothing to help the issue. The only thing that helped was to turn the volume on the Xport almost all the way down and turn the monitors up. I'm not using the headphone jack either, it is from the line out port. I don't know why the line out is affected by the volume control, as it's supposed to be line out??? Oh well, had it four days and returned it. Not a reliable unit. Look elsewhere for something better unless you have money you're looking to throw away.