With all the power of Zoom’s new Thunderbolt interconnection, TAC-2R takes the simplicity of the elegant TAC-2 desktop interface, and gives you some added MIDI on the rear, along with some gain control for the two front-mounted mic preamps/instrument DI combi inputs.
TAC-2R performs 4-times upsampling during both analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion. In other words, when the sampling frequency is set to 44.1kHz or 48kHz, the TAC-2R processes the signal at high resolution 176.4kHz or 192kHz. For A/D conversion, this means less aliasing noise; for D/A conversion, this means increased clarity and fidelity.
The Thunderbolt port on the rear panel carries digital signal to and from your computer in addition to providing power to the TAC-2R (no external power required). Dual front panel combo XLR/TRS inputs allow you to connect a wide variety of microphones as well as line-level signals from electronic keyboards and music players, even passive instruments such as bass guitar. Dual balanced TRS output jacks enable you to connect TAC-2R to your studio monitors. MIDI In and Out is provided to allow precise sync your midi controller.
On the front side, dedicated input gain controls and clip LEDs make it easy to set optimum input levels, while the large output knob enables fast control over overall output level.
Thunderbolt an issue for you? You may prefer to look at UAC-2 (USB 3.0 interface)