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CME U2MIDI - “USB Cable” MIDI Interface

United States
English
26 January 2007 — CME is proud to announce the U2MIDI, the world’s first USB cable-like MIDI interface, at an unbelievably low price. The U2MIDI provides the easiest solution to plug any MIDI device into a computer, directly entering the world of computer-based digital software processing.

The familiar USB MIDI interface has turned from box to a cable! The U2MIDI represents the best possible mobile MIDI interface for the traveling musician, and digital piano users. What’s more, the transmission of MIDI messages are processed by special technology, so the U2MIDI provides a faster response than traditional USB MIDI interfaces.

Easy to plug in! The U2MIDI is a MIDI-to-USB cable, providing 1 MIDI Input, 1 MIDI Output, plug-and-play compatibility with all Macintosh and Windows software and furthermore it is USB class-compliant to eliminate the need to install drivers. It enables you to easily connect any MIDI device to a computer.

Multiple U2MIDI devices can be used simultaneously! If 1 MIDI In and 1MIDI Out is not enough, you can plug multiple U2MIDIs in to one computer, to make more MIDI connections!

The U2MIDI is bus powered from its USB connection so no separate power supply is required. It is great for desktop computers and even better for a convenient portable laptop based setup where the U2MIDI will work as long as your computer’s battery. You can record, practice, and play your instrument, anytime or anywhere.

  • Cable-like USB MIDI interface
  • 1 MIDI In, 1 MIDI Out
  • USB 2.0 full speed transmission
  • Faster response than traditional USB MIDI interfaces
  • MIDI-to-USB plug-and-play, USB class-compliant
  • USB bus powered, with an indication LED
  • Unbelievably low price!
  • System Requirements: PC with Windows XP, Mac OS 9.0.4 or higher, Computer with USB port


Suggested Retail Price: £20 Inc VAT
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