The ISA One offers a zero-latency cue system and mic preamp impedance controls.
The desktop ISA One mic/instrument preamp with stereo cue facilities and optional A/D converter uses the same amplifier section found in Focusriteâs acclaimed ISA 110, and the channel strips in the million-dollar Forte studio console. However, with the ISA One, Focusrite improves upon those designs with a slightly different range of mic gain settings and variable input impedance circuitry.
The unit measures 11.25Ã9Ã4.5 inches (DÃWÃH) and includes a flight case. Sloped for easy access, its front panel is dominated by bright backlit push-buttons and a large, lighted Nissei VU meter. A microprocessor-based logic board controls Sunhold relays with silver contacts for dead-quiet audio switching and a safety Lock Out feature that disables the High Gain mode whenever the Main input source is changed.