You can use the built-in 3.5 mm audio when you don’t have access to another audio interface; for example, working with Kyma while you are traveling, or for doing a quick sound check without sending audio to the main audio interface.

Any headphones or powered speakers with impedance greater than 20 Ω should work. Confirmed headphones and in-ear monitors include:

  • Apple iPod Ear Pods (23 Ω, 109 dB/v SPL)
  • Audio Technica ATH-M50x (38 Ω, 99 dB/v SPL)
  • Sennheiser HD 380 PRO (54 Ω, 110 dB/v SPL)
  • Sennheiser HD 650 (300 Ω, 105.1 dB/v SPL)
  • Sony MDR-7506 (63 Ω, 106 dB/v SPL)

In the Kyma DSP Status window, select Built-in 3.5 mm as the Audio Output.

To adjust the input level or the output volume, select Pacamara from the Configure dropdown menu at the lower left of the DSP Status window.