Which Focusrite Scarlett USB audio interface should I get?
Whatever your audio recording needs, there's a Focusrite Scarlett
interface for you
All you have to do is choose. If you want to record guitar with a simple and easy to use interface or need something rugged to carry with you the Scarlett range offers plenty of choice, some of the most striking and best looking audio interfaces around. Being Focusrite the preamps are naturally top quality but for those more interested in beat making and electronic production the Scarletts have some of the best AD/DA conversion at this price.
|Scarlett Solo||Scarlett 2i2||Scarlett 2i4||Scarlett 6i6||Scarlett 18i8||Scarlett 18i20|
|Ideal for use by||Home Recording Interface
||Engineers and band members|
*subject to change.
Correct as of Feb. 2016
|Number of analogue ins||2
|Number of digital ins||0|
|Number of analogue outs||2|
|Number of digital outs||0|
|Virtual loopback ins||0|
|ADAT optical input||No|
|ADAT optical output||No|
|Stereo S/PDIF I/O||No|
|Number of mic pre's||1|
|Maximum sample rate||96kHz|
Like the Scarlett 2i2? It's even better value in the Scarlett Studio package
As well as the stand-alone interface shown above, the Scarlett 2i2 also comes as part of a complete home studio in a box for just £199. The extra £80 for the Scarlett Studio package gets you a Scarlett Studio CM25 Microphone, Scarlett Studio HP60 Headphones and the Scarlett Studio Software Suite which includes Cubase LE 6, a Focusrite Scarlett plug-in bundle, Novation's Bass Station soft synth and over 1GB of royalty-free samples from Loopmasters.