iRig Stream makes it easier than ever to share, letting you connect instruments, mixers and more to your iPhone, iPad, Android device and Mac/PC, with convenient features designed just for use on today’s most popular platforms. Whether it’s mono or stereo, live playing or an existing mix, iRig Stream gets you connected to all your favorite apps, so you can start connecting with listeners instantly.
iRig Stream makes it easy to connect all your audio sources and route them to a streaming or recording app. Send the digital output of your smartphone, tablet or laptop into iRig Stream, mix it with external audio sources like mixers, DJ decks, keyboards and more. Add your voice from earbuds (or an iRig Mic) and send all 3 signals back to your device to popular apps like Instagram, or just your built-in camera app.
iRig Stream makes it easier than ever to connect. With USB, USB-C and Lightning cables right in the box, it plugs into all the latest iPhones, iPads, and Android devices, as well as Mac & PC – even the latest devices.
2 line-level RCA inputs are perfect to connect DJ and multi-channel mixers, but are also great for keyboards, synth & drum machine setups, and more. Whether you’re looking to stream your DJ set, record band practice, jam along with your favorite song, or even host a podcast, iRig Stream lets you connect a massive range of gear.
iRig Stream offers 24-bit, 48 kHz A/D and D/A converters to ensure a clean, professional signal regardless of the platform you’ll wind up on. And adjustable input gain and easy-to-read level indicators let you dial in the right sound level instantly.
Stereo line input over RCA connectors
Audio level LED indicators to dial in the right gain fast
Up to 48kHz / 24bit resolution for crystal clear sound
Pre-mixes audio sources down to stereo or mono
Loop-back mixes incoming signals with your device’s audio
Headphone out with integrated mic input to talk over your music
Powered by your device for use on the go
Works with all your favorite apps
Custom ASIO driver for superior performance on Windows machines