Helping consumers to create and playback music in their homes, the Creative Sound Blaster K3+ is an affordable audio interface that can be used for a variety of activities.
The Sound Blaster K3+ audio interface supports the needs of home musicians, podcasters, vloggers, video broadcasters and more according to Creative.
“We're proud to be part of the amazing journey in helping people to express themselves through the content they create,” says Low Long Chye, general manager, Creative.
“The Sound Blaster K3+ is a full-fledged portable mixer with a wealth of features that allow any budding musician, comedian, live-streaming gamer or vlogger to customize their content and broadcast in amazing quality. And because it's so compact and easily powered via USB, they can broadcast live from almost anywhere with just a mobile phone, the book-sized K3+ and a USB Powerbank.”
The unit provides production tools such as reverb and auto-tune, and multiple inputs to support condenser microphones that require 48-volt phantom power.
Creative Sound Blaster K3+ Offers Flexibility
Creative says that integrators can setup the Sound Blaster for six different usage scenarios: music playback, recording, broadcasting, web chat, karaoke, and DJ hosting.
A key part of the digital audio interface's flexibility is its ability to fully set up without the need for special drivers on PCs, Macs, and smart devices. The Sound Blaster K3+ also provides a four-pole 3.5mm audio jack to provide user control when streaming, recoding, and when using apps loaded on mobile devices.
Creative emphasizes that it prioritized audio quality when it developed the K3+ audio interface, which is why the K3+ incorporates an audio processor.
Some of the K3+'s other features include two separate headphone monitoring channels (allowing users to control their own volume levels), and a mobile volume control to help smartphone and tablet users dial in their desired volume without having to unlock their devices.
In addition, users can daisy chain as many as four K3+ audio interfaces together for live sound applications like DJing or live-streaming.