When Rode began offering gamingspecific audio equipment at the end of last year, two of the three products the company announced, the XDM100 and XCM50, repurposed existing designs.
Out of the box, the device is fully compatible with Rodes suite of software tools, including Unify, Rode Central and Rode Connect.
Separately, Rode also announced the Rodecaster Duo, a new audio interface that brings together all of the features found in the companys Rodecaster Pro II but puts them into a more compact package.
It combines an audio interface with an external capture card.
You can connect XLR and linelevel microphones and headsets to the Streamer X, with a builtin Rode Revolution preamp offering all the power you need.
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