• Mono to Stereo

    Mono IN and Stereo OUT with a parallel buffer. There’s no limit to what you do with your signal. Now you can experiment with stereo effects from a single channel input signal.

  • Latency

    The latency for the OMEC Teleport Audio Interface is 17.4/fS seconds for the AD conversion and 14.3/fS seconds for the DA conversion. (A femtosecond is the SI unit of time equal to 10-15 or 1/1,000,000,000,000,000 of a second)

  • Lightweight

    Built in a robust but lightweight pedal enclosure.

  • 9V Power

    The OMEC Teleport uses the same 9V DC input as your other pedals.

  • Includes AmpliTube CS

    A complete, full-featured guitar/bass amp and effects rig for Windows/MacOS for capturing your performances. It features tools, tones and controls that will inspire you beyond your wildest expectations. For no cost, you will get the standard AmpliTube CS with the virtual OR120, Tiny Terror, Rockerverb 50, AD30 and matching Orange Cabs.

  • High-end AD/DA Converters

    We use high quality analogue to digital and digital to analogue converters to ensure perfect sound replication, allowing for an amazing signal to noise ratio. Even with high-gain signals, enjoy less fizz and more tone.

  • Buffered Bypass

    We use a buffered bypass to avoid the tonal effect of adding additional cable to your signal chain.

Audio1-in / 2-out audio interface with 16-bit Delta-Sigma ADC and DAC (ADC: 48 kHz – DAC: 48 kHz), 44,1kHz / 48kHz sample rate audio quality

• ADC: THD+N = 0.01% / SNR=89dB / Dynamic Range = 89 dB
• DAC: THD+N = 0.005% / SNR=96dB / Dynamic Range = 93 dB

High signal – Noise relation SNR = 96 dB
Low harmonic distortion THD+N = 0.01%

Buffered bypass

ConnectorsInput: 1/4” high-quality buffered input with 120dB of dynamic range (mic compatible with a XLR-jack adaptor)

Output: 1/4” pro grade stereo outputs for connecting to studio monitors, D.I.s, P.A. system, pedals, amps, etc

InterfaceUSB 2.0 compatible with iOS, Android, Mac and PC
MIDICompatible with Jam Origin MIDI Guitar
Unboxed Weight0.149kg / 0.328lbs
Unboxed DimensionsL – 9.2cm/3.62″ x W – 3.7cm/1.45″ x H – 4.8cm/1.88″ (inc. switch)
PowerPowered by 9V DC (not powered by USB)
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Compatible with any analogue instrument

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Use an artillery of pedals (optional)

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9V DC power adapter (not included)

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Connect the Teleport to any smart phone, tablet, PC/Mac/Laptop to use with your favourite digital audio workstation (DAW) or VST/AU plugins or Apps

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Footswitch
USB Bypass

(Blue light off when bypassed)

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The OMEC Teleport features two outputs. Connect to any amplifier or mixing desk, or both.

FAQ

Click on the questions to show answers.

My computer doesn’t recognize the device.

  1. Check power supply is correct for the Teleport.
  2. Check USB cable is connected securely to the computer.
  3. Ensure that your computer’s operating system is fully up to date and all drivers are up to date.

No audio through my speakers/headphones, but my digital audio workstation (DAW) is displaying as receiving an audio signal.

  1. Check all connections and cables.
  2. Check that your speakers are switched on.
  3. Make sure that the USB AUDIO CODEC is selected as an output device in your DAW.
  4. Make sure that the input monitor in your DAW is activated.

I can’t get any input from my Teleport?

  1. Check that the mains power to the OMEC Teleport is switched on.
  2. Check all connections and cables.
  3. Check that your instrument is connected to the input of the OMEC Teleport.
  4. Make sure that the USB AUDIO CODEC is selected as an input device in your DAW.

Can I use Teleport in a live performance situation?

Yes. You are able to use the Teleport as part of your pedalboard arsenal with the optional extra of using virtual effects via the Teleport’s USB functionality.

How to setup a Windows 8 / 8.1 / 10 device

  1. Use the included cable to connect the OMEC Teleport to your computer.
  2. Right-click on the Windows Start button > Control Panel > Sound.
  3. Click the Playback tab and select USB AUDIO CODEC as the default device.
  4. Click the Recording tab and select USB AUDIO CODEC as the default device.
  5. Click Properties in the lower right-hand corner.
  6. In the new window, click the Advanced tab and select 2-channel, 16-bit, 44100 Hz (CD Quality) as the default format.
  7. Uncheck both boxes under Exclusive Mode.
  8. Click OK to close the Sound control panel.

Note: If you are using the ASIO4ALL driver (see below), before you open the ASIO4ALL control panel, use the steps above to make sure USB AUDIO CODEC is not selected as the default device. If you want to play your computer’s audio through USB AUDIO CODEC after you close your DAW, you may need to repeat the steps above to reselect it as the default device.

How to setup a Windows 7 device.

  1. Use the included cable to connect the OMEC Teleport to your computer.
  2. Go to Start Menu > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Sound.
  3. Click the Playback tab and select USB AUDIO CODEC and click Set Default.
  4. Click the Recording tab and select USB AUDIO CODEC and click Set Default.
  5. Click Properties in the lower right-hand corner.
  6. In the new window, click the Advanced tab and select 2-channel, 16-bit, 44100 Hz (CD Quality) as the default format.
  7. Uncheck both boxes under Exclusive Mode.
  8. Click OK to close the Sound control panel.

Note: If you are using the ASIO4ALL driver (see below), before you open the ASIO4ALL control panel, use the steps above to make sure USB AUDIO CODEC is not selected as the default device. If you want to play your computer’s audio through USB AUDIO CODEC after you close your DAW, you may need to repeat the steps above to reselect it as the default device.

How to setup on Mac OS X

  1. Use the included USB cable to connect the OMEC Teleport to your computer.
  2. Go to System Preferences > Sound.
  3. Under the Output tab, select USB AUDIO CODEC as your default device.
  4. Under the Input tab, select USB AUDIO CODEC as your default device.
  5. Close the window.

How do I set up Pro Tools

  1. Open Pro Tools.
  2. Go to Setup > Playback Engine.
  3. Select USB AUDIO CODEC from the Playback Engine drop-down menu.
  4. Click OK.

Android

Android: Supports any Android device running Android 4.2 or later that supports USB/OTG mode. (OTG adapter not included).

  1. Use the included USB cable to connect the OMEC Teleport to your OTG adapter/cable (not included).
  2. Connect the OTG adapter to your Android device.
  3. Go to Settings > Advanced and enable OTG Storage.
  4. Open the open your preferred DAW or Guitar Pedal app.
  5. Once in your preferred application, choose the USB AUDIO CODEC as an input / output in the app’s audio settings.

Note: Supports any Android device running Android 4.2 or later that supports USB/OTG mode. (OTG adapter not included).

iOS

  1. Use the included USB cable to connect the OMEC Teleport to your Camera Kit adapter (not included).
  2. Connect the Camera Kit adapter to your iOS device.
  3. Open your preferred DAW or Guitar Pedal app.
  4. Once in your preferred application, choose the USB AUDIO CODEC as an input / output in the app’s audio settings.

Note: Supports devices running iOS 6 or later with lightning port. (Camera Kit adapter not included).

Experiencing pops/clicks, ‘glitchy’ audio (latency)

If you are experiencing pops/clicks, ‘glitchy’ audio or device disconnections this can be caused by latency. A common cause of latency is out of date device drivers and Windows processes that are not optimised correctly. Many processes/drivers are involved in streaming audio and many other process/drivers can cause interruptions in the audio stream. DPC (Deferred Procedure Call) is the operation that Windows uses to assign a priority to processes/drivers that run simultaneously in the system. If these are not assigned a high enough priority then various issues can occur as the audio will not be streamed correctly in ‘real-time’.

To help resolve these issues and analyse whether DPC latency is the cause of these issues, you can run the following software tool: http://www.resplendence.com/download/LatencyMon.exe (Windows 7 or later).

To run the tool, click the Play button and then play audio from any application through the OMEC Teleport for a couple of minutes. If there are any problems the reporting text will be black/red and the drivers/processes that are the cause of the problem will be displayed.

In order to help resolve DPC latency issues it is recommended that you ensure that your version of Windows is fully up to date. You can update Windows by the following steps:

Windows 7: Go to Start > Programs > Windows Update > click ‘Check for updates’

Windows 8/8.1: Go to Control Panel > Windows Update > click ‘Check for updates’

Windows 10: Click the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of the screen > Settings > Updates and Security.

Other common problematic areas are:

  • Other sounds devices that aren’t in use
  • Network/WiFi adapters
  • Card readers
  • Bluetooth adapters
  • Graphics card

To narrow down which device is the culprit you can try disabling the above components in Control Panel > Device Manager (only disable your graphics card if you have on-board graphics in addition to the graphics card) and then run the DPC test again.

IMPORTANT: Your computer comes with generic drivers, but they’re not always the best for audio. The ASIO4ALL driver is optimised for audio and runs smoother than a generic driver. If you experience too much latency after adjusting your software latency settings, we recommend the free ASIO4ALL (Audio Stream Input/Output) driver for Windows at www.asio4all.org. ASIO drivers generally perform better and with lower latency since they create a more efficient communication between audio devices and software.

To download and install ASIO4ALL:

  1. Go to www.asio4all.org and download the latest release for your region.
  2. Locate and run the ASIO installer (check your download folder). When prompted, be sure to check Offline settings.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions to install ASIO4ALL.

To set up ASIO4ALL with your DAW:

  1. With the OMEC Teleport connected to your computer, open your DAW.
  2. Click the arrow icon in the Windows System Tray, which will open the ASIO4ALL control panel.
  3. Click the wrench icon in the lower right corner of the control panel.
  4. Under the WDM Device List, click the + box next to USB AUDIO CODEC to expand it.
  5. Make sure both boxes next to the Out and In under USB AUDIO CODEC are checked/lit. If they are not, click them.
  6. Make sure all other boxes are unchecked/unlit. If they are checked/lit, click them.
  7. Close the control panel.

Note: You can select OMEC Teleport as your default device in the ASIO4ALL control panel only if it is not selected as your Windows default device.

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
  • Windows 7, Windows 8 / 8.1, Windows 10.
  • iOS 6 or later. (Camera Kit adapter not included).
  • Android 4.2 or later that supports USB/OTG mode (adapter not included).

WARNING: Permanent hearing loss may occur if earbuds or headphones are used at high volume. You can adapt over time to a higher volume of sound, which may sound normal but can be damaging to your hearing. Set your device volume to a safe level before that happens. If you experience ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use of earbuds or headphones with your device.

Register your OMEC Teleport to redeem your FREE copy of Amplitube Orange

Each OMEC Teleport includes a completely FREE copy of Amplitube Orange Edition software. To get your code, just follow the following simple steps:

Register your OMEC Teleport by clicking the button below and completing the short form.

Check your inbox for your unique activation code.

Head over to the IK Multimedia website and download the installation manager. Activate your code and you’re ready to create.