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Citronic U-PAD Compact Mixer with USB Interface



The Citronic UPAD Compact Mixer with USB Interface, granting users to connect a Wireless System, Handheld Dynamic Microphone, or an instrument to your PC or Mac for recording or video conferencing then the Citronic U-Pad is the ideal solution. It offers high quality digital stereo output (as well as input) via USB connection.

The U-Pad is a compact Audio Mixer which features 2 mono inputs as well as a stereo line input. Both of the mono input channels have combination XLR/jack inputs, and allow for connections to a wide range of audio equipment thanks to the individually switchable mic/instrument impedance. These inputs also offer individually switchable +48V phantom power for devices connected with an XLR lead.

Both of the mono and stereo input channels have high/low EQ and Pan controls present, and a digital input from the USB can also be routed to the main analogue output, or to headphones for monitoring. The analogue output is delivered on a pair of studio quality balanced XLR connectors, or digitally via the USB for recording. The U-Pad can be powered directly from a laptop USB port, so even if you’re out on location the U-Pad can offer high quality recording capability in any environment.


  • Weight: 900g
  • THD+N: <0.03% @ 1kHz
  • Dynamic Range: 102dB
  • Crosstalk (Stereo): 92dB
  • Power Supply: 5.5Vdc (USB)
  • Dimensions: 171 x 166 x 66mm
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz (±0.5 dB)
  • Output: Left & Right Balanced XLR – analogue
  • USB Computer Interface: Duplex stereo in/out AD/DA
  • Phantom Power: +48V individually switchable (XLR inputs only)
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