TC-Helicon Go Twin

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2-Channel audio / MIDI interface for mobile devices

  • Integrated microphone preamplifier
  • Phantom power: +48 V
  • 24 Bit / 48 kHz
  • 2 Microphone / line / instrument inputs: combo XLR / jack 6.3 mm
  • 2 Line outputs: 6.3 mm jack balanced
  • Stereo headphone output
  • 2 x 2.5 mm MIDI input and output (including adapter cable 5-pin DIN)
  • USB
  • Power supply via USB or 2x AA batteries
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 77 x 40 x 128 mm
  • Weight: 0.37 kg
Recording / Playback Channels 2x2
Number of Mic Inputs 2
Number of Line Inputs 2
Number of Instrument Inputs 2
Number of Line Outs 2
Headphone Outs 1
Phantom power Yes
Number of S/PDIF Connectors 0
Number of ADAT Connectors 0
Numer of AES/EBU Connectors 0
Number of MADI Connectors 0
Ethernet 0
Other Connectors USB
MIDI interface Yes
Word Clock 0
Max. sample rate (kHz) 48 kHz
Max. resolution in bit 24 bit
USB Bus-Powered Yes
Incl. power supply No
Width in mm 77 mm
Depth in mm 128 mm
Height in mm 40 mm
available since July 2020
Item number 493356
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20 Customer Reviews

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Same flaws as original. Cheaper plastic.
MyNicknameMustBeAtLeastFiveCharactersLong 31.08.2021
It is exactly the same as IKM product.
The differences are:
(good)
- much lower price
(bad)
- cheaper plastic
- quality of drivers (not as good as those from IKM)

The biggest plus, is the fact that you have universal audio interface in extremely compact form. With exactly same functionality as IKM product, but for much lower price.

The biggest minus is, that you have exactly the same functionality as IKM product, with exactly the same flaws. Mic preamp is of a decent quality, but in case of instrument (guitars) you will almost completely lose dynamics, the sound is over compressed. In case of Go Twin you will have also cheaper plastic (if that matters).

Conclusion:
Great, if you have to record some demo, or play live, where sound quality is less important.
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Excellent as long as you're an Apple user
Teejay 2112 06.03.2021
Performs really well on iOS, and also on MAC OS.
Good sound quality, lots of clean gain, exceedingly low latency, and the guitar rack software (unlocked when the unit is connected) is very, very good indeed......
It's advertised here as working on PC and Android. It does, but not with low latency as it does on Apple, and there are no ASIO drivers. This is not TCs fault as it does state on the packaging it is made for Apple/ iOS.
At the current price here on Thomann (42 GBP) it's an absolute no brainer!!
Buy it quick before the price goes back up 😆😆😆
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Nice little sound card
Koronator 28.12.2021
Good quality, convenient compact format, convenient to carry in a guitar case. A good travel option for a portable studio.
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Great little mobile unit
Rog 20.03.2021
It was really tough finding an audio interface working with Android, and there is very little answers or solutions to be found online unless you want to dive into developer mode writing code and such. I was happy to finally come across this one, but after reading reviews I was uncertain if this one would work with my own units, as Android compatibility apparently is a jungle, and some Android users seem to be having trouble with it, just as with the obvious contender with nearly exactly the same specs which I was looking at first, the IK Multimedia iRig Pro Duo I/O. It has now tested successfully on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, Oneplus 8T, Oneplus 7T Pro and Honor 10, aswell as on my ASUS ROG laptop, a desktop MSI PC build, iMac and iPhone XR. Hope that might help some of you out there who are on the fence about this unit. Mainly using it with Cubasis 3 on the tablet. For longer sessions I'm using a PD powerbank through a hub to keep from draining the battery. A 20 000mA powerbank is sufficient to last a workday with phantom power activated every now and then. Working with Android you have quite a latency, no matter what audio interface you choose, but at least this one has direct monitoring. It doesn't have any level control for the direct signal, so one has to control the overall level on the Android unit to get it in balance with the direct signal, and then set the whole thing to a reasonable level with the headphone level control. The only working USB audio driver that gives you more control over your audio interfaces settings and with low latency I've found is the one eXtream Software makes that unfortunately isn't a generic driver and only works within their own apps. On PC you have to rely on ASIO4ALL, which turned out to work just fine. With iPhone or iMac it's plug and play.
All in all a great product at an extremely low cost.
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