Focusrite Scarlett 8i6 USB Audio Interface  

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Overview

The Scarlett 8i6 is an 8 in / 6 out audio interface with outstanding sonic performance and flexibility at a truly affordable price. Part of Focusrite' new range of USB audio interfaces, the Scarlett 8i6 is designed to make home studio recording and mixing easy without sacrificing audio quality.

Twenty-five years of mic pre excellence form the foundation of this new interface, with two award-winning Focusrite preamps. Combined with a host of additional I/O options, the Scarlett 8i6 helps you get the tracks you want without having to constantly re-patch your studio.

Alongside the two high-quality mic preamps, two additional analogue inputs, four analogue outputs, S/PDIF and MIDI open the door to true multi-track recording. Two Hi-Z instrument inputs let you plug straight in without the need to buy additional DI boxes, and two virtual Loopback inputs are also available for routing digital audio between software applications - ideal for capturing online audio.

Included with the Scarlett 8i6 is Scarlett MixControl, an 18 x 6 DSP mixer. Offering a level of flexibility that is remarkable at this price point, the MixControl software enables you to create six separate mixes with ultra-low-latency. Route any combination of input signals and sequencer outputs to any of the Scarlett 8i6 outputs. Intuitive one-click configurations help you track, monitor and mix as quickly as possible.

Scarlett 8i6 comes with all of the additional tools needed to start making music straight away. Scarlett VST/AU/RTAS Plug-in Suite comes in the box, adding Focusrite compression, reverb, gating and EQ to your recording system.

Focusrite' established Xcite+ bundle is also included. The bundle features Ableton Live Lite (for all your production, performance and compositional needs), Novation' Bass Station soft synth and over 1 gig of royalty-free samples from Loopmasters.

Two Focusrite preamps ensure low noise and distortion, whilst cutting-edge digital conversion captures your audio with pristine quality. Combined with the very latest in USB interfacing technology, excellent routing flexibility and rock-solid driver stability, the Scarlett 8i6 is the heart of the modern home studio.

Scarlett VST/AU/RTAS Plug-in Suite
Scarlett includes a professional plug-in suite that provides a definitive suite of Compression, Gating, EQ, and Reverb for tracking and mixing. Scarlet includes the most popular formats including VST/AU and RTAS (Pro Tools). From one of the most prestigious names in pro audio, made famous by the original Red range and the classic ISA console modules, this plug-in suite provides the perfect upgrade for your Digital Audio workstation. Not only does it sound great, the new Scarlett user interface features a stunning new Red anodized look and feel, which takes the recording and mixing experience to whole new level! Scarlett sets a new standard for drop- dead gorgeous plug-ins!

Each powerful plug-in has a host of fast and easy-to-use pre-sets, providing a great starting point for a huge number of popular sound sources, from vocals and guitars to synth bass and percussion. In addition, every plug-in parameter can be finely tuned to bring out the optimum sound you want, exactly the way you want it. So whether you want a fast set-up or an advanced set-up, Scarlett is destined to become your new 'go-to' plug-in.

Xcite+ Software Bundle
'Xcite+' comes on a DVD-ROM filled to the brim with royalty-free loops and samples alongside some powerful applications ideal for getting the new user started, or to expand the experienced user' creative toolbox.

Ableton Live Lite 8 forms the foundation of this collection, providing the ideal platform to create, produce and perform. Novation' classic bass synth, ˜Bass Station™ enables you to create bass and 303-styled patches. Alongside these comes an entire gigabyte of royalty-free samples, exclusively compiled by LoopMasters, providing a selection of loops and samples large enough to satisfy the appetite of even the most demanding artist.

Features
  • Two high-quality award-winning Focusrite preamps
  • High-quality 24-bit/96kHz USB interface
  • Total I/O count of 8 inputs and 6 outputs
  • Scarlett MixControl ultra-low-latency DSP mixer/router
  • Scarlett VST/AU/RTAS Plug-in Suite
  • Xcite+ Software Bundle
  • Two Hi-Z instrument inputs
  • Dedicated front-panel headphone bus
  • Monitor levels are always within reach
  • Switchable phantom power
  • Software PFL
  • Includes USB cable, universal DC power supply, installer CD, self adhesive rubber feet, Xcite+ Bundle
Specifications
  • Focusrite Scarlett 8i6
    Microphone Inputs 1-2
    Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz +/- 0.2 dB
    Gain Range: +13dB to +60dB
    THD+N: 0.001% (measured at 1kHz with a 20Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)
    Noise EIN: 124dB analogue to digital (measured at 60dB of gain with 150Î termination (20Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)
    Input Impedance: 2kÎ


    Digital Performance
    A/D Dynamic Range > 109dB (A-weighted), all analogue inputs
    D/A Dynamic Range > 106dB (A-weighted), all analogue outputs
    Clock Sources: Internal Clock; Sync to Word Clock on SPDIF Input (RCA)
    Clock jitter < 500 picoseconds
    Supported Sample Rates: 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz
    8 input channels to computer: Analogue (4), Loop-back (2); SPDIF (2)
    12 output channels from computer: DAW (12)
    6 output channels from Scarlett 18i6: Analogue (4), SPDIF (2)
    18 input by 6 output mixer


    Line Inputs (Inputs 1-2)
    Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz +/- 0.2dB
    Gain Range: -10dB to +36dB
    THD+N: 0.001% (measured with 0dBFS input and 22Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)
    Noise: -90dBu (22Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)
    Input Impedance: >10kÎ


    Line Inputs 3-4
    Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz +/- 0.2 dB
    Gain Range: Switch-able between +16dBu or -10dBV for 0dBFS (balanced inputs)
    THD+N: 0.003% (measured at 1kHz with a 20Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)
    Noise: -100dBu (22Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)
    Input Impedance: >10kÎ


    Instrument Inputs (Inputs 1 and 2)
    Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz +/- 0.1dB
    Gain Range: +13dB to +60dB
    THD+N: 0.004% (measured with 0dBu input and 20Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)
    Noise: -87dBu (20Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)


    Analogue Audio Outputs (Outputs 1-4)
    4 Electronically Balanced Outputs
    Maximum Output Level (0dBFS): +12dBu
    THD+N: 0.001% (0dBFS input, 20Hz/22kHz bandpass filter)


    Crosstalk (Channel Isolation)
    Any input to input: > 100dB
    Any output to output: > 100dB
    Any input to output: > 100dB


    Connectivity (Channels at a glance):
    IN
    2, Mic/Line/Inst, Combo XLR, Inc. 2 instrument inputs
    2 Line analogue, ¼ TRS Jack, on rear panel
    2 S/PDIF , RCA phono, on rear panel
    16, MIDI, 5 pin DIN connector, provides 16 channels of MIDI
    OUT
    4, Line analogue, ¼ TRS Jack, on rear panel
    2, S/PDIF, RCA phono, On rear panel
    16, MIDI, 5 pin DIN connector, provides 16 channels of MIDI


    Analogue Channel Inputs (Inputs 1-8)
    2 Mic XLR Combo (channels 1-2) on front panel
    2 Line ¼ TRS (channels 3-8) on rear panel
    Automatic switching between Mic / Line (channels 1-2)
    Switching between Line / Instrument Inputs (channels 1-2) via Scarlett Mix Control Application
    Switching between +16dBu (low) and -10dBV (high) gain on inputs 3-4 via Scarlett MixControl Application


    Digital Channel Inputs (Inputs 9-18) 44.1 - 96kHz
    Stereo S/PDIF input on RCA


    Analogue Audio Outputs (Outputs 1-4)
    4 ¼ TRS Jacks
    Output Level control (analogue) for outputs 1 and 2
    Stereo Headphones on ¼ TRS (also routed to Outputs 3 & 4) with independent analogue volume control


    Digital Channel Outputs (Outputs 5-6) 44.1 - 96kHz
    Stereo S/PDIF Output on RCA


    Other I/O
    1 USB Type œB Connector
    2 Standard 5-pin DIN MIDI connectors: In and Out
    DC Power Input Connector (for use with supplied universal input power supply)


    Front Panel Indicators
    2 two segment input meters, -18 and 0dBFS
    œLKD Lock Indicator
    œUSB Host Connected Indicator
    Instrument input source selection LED for channels 1 and 2
    Phantom Power (48V) switch and LED for inputs 1 and 2


    Physical:
    Dimension (W x H x D): 215mm x 45mm x 220mm (8.5 x 1.8 x 8.7 inches)
    Weight: 1.5kg / 3.3lbs


    Compatibility:
    MAC OS X 10.6.5 Snow Leopard

    Windows 7 (All versions), Windows Vista (32bit only), or Windows XP SP3 (32bit only)



    Scarlett VST/AU/RTAS Plug-in Suite
    System Requirements
    Mac OS
    Power PC G4/G5 or Intel Mac
    Mac OS 10.4.11 or higher
    512 MB RAM
    XVGA [High Colour 1024x768]

    Windows
    Windows XP* or Vista (All Versions)
    Pentium III 600 MHz CPU or faster**
    512 MB RAM
    XVGA [High Colour 1024x768]

    Supported Formats
    Windows - VST
    Mac OS - VST, Audio Unit

    * Windows XP users are advised to use Windows XP2 or higher
    ** 1GHz CPU recommended
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
All Focusrite products are built to the highest standards and should provide reliable performance for many years, subject to reasonable care, use, transportation and storage.

In the event of a Manufacturing Defect becoming evident within 12 months from date of purchase Focusrite undertakes that the product will be repaired or replaced free of charge if the product is returned to the authorised dealer from whom it was purchased. In these circumstances, or if you need an out-of-warranty repair to your Focusrite product, please contact your local Focusrite distributor in your country of residence or business : Find your local distributor here and you will be advised of the correct return procedure.

Alternatively contact the Focusrite Reseller from which you purchased the product. If you purchase a Focusrite product outside your country of residence or business you will not be entitled to ask your local Focusrite Distributor to honour this Limited Warranty, although you may request a chargeable repair.

Alternatively, the unit may be returned at your cost to the dealer you purchased the unit from so that they can organise a Warranty repair with their Focusrite Distributor.

This Warranty does not include cost of shipping to and from the authorised dealer from whom it was purchased. In every case it will be necessary to provide the original invoice or store receipt to accompany the defective product to the supplying dealer. This Limited Warranty is offered solely to the first purchaser of the product from an Authorised Focusrite Reseller (defined as a reseller which has purchased the Product directly from Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd. in the UK or its Authorised Distributors outside the U.K,) and is not transferable.

This Warranty is in addition to your Statutory Rights in the country of purchase.

Please note: A Manufacturing Defect is defined as a defect in the performance of the product which may be expected from a reasonable interpretation of the published description and performance specifications as published by Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd. This does not include damage caused by post-purchase transportation, storage or careless handling, nor damage caused by misuse.

A significant proportion of products returned under Warranty (which are very few in number compared to numbers sold) are found not to exhibit any fault at all. Please check that the mains voltage is correctly set for your local supply and that your connecting cables are in good order and correctly connected.

If in doubt about the product functions please read the user guide and if necessary contact your dealer for advice before returning the product to the supplying dealer. You can also contact the Focusrite Tech Support team at the Focusrite Answerbase for general advice.


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4.0

(based on 11 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Welcomed surprise

At first, I was intimidated that I needed to "upgrade" driver and software before deploying the device and then NOT work correctly but, a few days of "thinking outside...Read complete review

At first, I was intimidated that I needed to "upgrade" driver and software before deploying the device and then NOT work correctly but, a few days of "thinking outside the box" solve it. A simple search on the "net" produced a video tutorial and somewhere along the way it mentioned a clue.."ASIO"! All this time my sequencing engine was setup with the "WDM/KS" driver as the default. Needless to say once ASIO was selected I played back numerous Midi/Audio sequences to demo the product and WHOA!!! I was blown away with the prestine sound! It was like night and day in comparison my older interface. Instruments that I know exist but faintly hearing them are now upfront LOUD & CLEAR! Even my non musician friends tell me that it sounds very clean, clear and different. I perform live as a soloist and for backing tracks I use my sequencer. I spend alot of time "perfecting" each instrument & backing vocal tracks. I don't bother with "dumping" 2 track mixdowns unto MD/CD/MP3 since I would have no control of drums, bass, & solo lead tracks via my mixer. Ima happy happy camper with Focusrite Scarlett 8i6. Folks on the web have a sour taste regarding this product not working out for them and their DAW. It can get complicated if their computer operating system was not "tuned" for audio production. I would never buy a PC off the shelf if it was not tweeked!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Good preamps, bad latency

After deciding to upgrade my Steinberg CI1 interface, I decided on the Scarlett 8i6 and bought it at the Guitar Center in Nashville. PROS: The first impressions were great. The unit has that...Read complete review

After deciding to upgrade my Steinberg CI1 interface, I decided on the Scarlett 8i6 and bought it at the Guitar Center in Nashville. PROS: The first impressions were great. The unit has that analogish sex appeal that my white CI really lacked. The casing seems quite sturdy, and ready for anything you can throw at it. Taking advantage of the Scarlett MixControl, the unit has some pretty impressive routing scenarios for this price range,and also a surprising amount of functionality like the zero latency monitoring. The preamps are super nice, and the metering lights seem to be accurate. CONS: The LATENCY. Zero latency monitoring is useless if you can't run your DAW sound at reasonably low latencies. I'm running Cubase Artist 7 on Vista and the total ASIO latency is like 56ms to the point where everything runs stablely on my system (5-6 sample based tracks.) Unbelievably sluggish, making it a huge downgrade from my previous box. I was also disappointed with the DSP software in that there was no provision for FX while monitoring zero latency. The DSP software would be so much more versatile if it could be MIDI controlled. Another big deal is that there is no power switch, so you'll find yourself unplugging and replugging all the time to conserve energy. Overall this is a nice interface that has alot of I/O for it's price range, mediocre DSP capabilities, and impressive sound quality. But the latency performance is a potential dealbreaker, and you'll find alot of aspects weren't well thought out. To remedy some of this the 6i6 and 18i8 have just been released a few days after I bought this. Hopefully these new models will offer some change in latency performance as well.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Welcomed surprise

By DaBaz

from Bremerton, WA

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Non Usb 30

Best Uses

  • Home Studio
  • Performances

At first, I was intimidated that I needed to "upgrade" driver and software before deploying the device and then NOT work correctly but, a few days of "thinking outside the box" solve it. A simple search on the "net" produced a video tutorial and somewhere along the way it mentioned a clue.."ASIO"! All this time my sequencing engine was setup with the "WDM/KS" driver as the default. Needless to say once ASIO was selected I played back numerous Midi/Audio sequences to demo the product and WHOA!!! I was blown away with the prestine sound! It was like night and day in comparison my older interface. Instruments that I know exist but faintly hearing them are now upfront LOUD & CLEAR! Even my non musician friends tell me that it sounds very clean, clear and different. I perform live as a soloist and for backing tracks I use my sequencer. I spend alot of time "perfecting" each instrument & backing vocal tracks. I don't bother with "dumping" 2 track mixdowns unto MD/CD/MP3 since I would have no control of drums, bass, & solo lead tracks via my mixer. Ima happy happy camper with Focusrite Scarlett 8i6. Folks on the web have a sour taste regarding this product not working out for them and their DAW. It can get complicated if their computer operating system was not "tuned" for audio production. I would never buy a PC off the shelf if it was not tweeked!

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good preamps, bad latency

By Blake H.

from TN

After deciding to upgrade my Steinberg CI1 interface, I decided on the Scarlett 8i6 and bought it at the Guitar Center in Nashville. PROS: The first impressions were great. The unit has that analogish sex appeal that my white CI really lacked. The casing seems quite sturdy, and ready for anything you can throw at it. Taking advantage of the Scarlett MixControl, the unit has some pretty impressive routing scenarios for this price range,and also a surprising amount of functionality like the zero latency monitoring. The preamps are super nice, and the metering lights seem to be accurate. CONS: The LATENCY. Zero latency monitoring is useless if you can't run your DAW sound at reasonably low latencies. I'm running Cubase Artist 7 on Vista and the total ASIO latency is like 56ms to the point where everything runs stablely on my system (5-6 sample based tracks.) Unbelievably sluggish, making it a huge downgrade from my previous box. I was also disappointed with the DSP software in that there was no provision for FX while monitoring zero latency. The DSP software would be so much more versatile if it could be MIDI controlled. Another big deal is that there is no power switch, so you'll find yourself unplugging and replugging all the time to conserve energy. Overall this is a nice interface that has alot of I/O for it's price range, mediocre DSP capabilities, and impressive sound quality. But the latency performance is a potential dealbreaker, and you'll find alot of aspects weren't well thought out. To remedy some of this the 6i6 and 18i8 have just been released a few days after I bought this. Hopefully these new models will offer some change in latency performance as well.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is a solid USB interface

By Salty Donkey

from Grand Rapids, MI

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Versatile

Cons

  • Not Rackable

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Events
  • Home Studio
  • Mobile DJ
  • Performances

I purchased this unit to supplement my Firewire interface since my laptop didn't have firewire, and I wanted to try using ITB effects at live shows. The goal was to evaluate using it for "live" vocal effects and to play backing tracks from Reason at small gigs, as well as feed MIDI to the Yamaha for keyboard parts.

I was worried the latency would be too high, and that the USB might glitch out occasionally or be unstable, but it so far has been rock solid at ~6ms using the Asio4All driver on Windows 8. My CPU is an AMD A8-4500 in an ASUS laptop, and I'm using REASON as my DAW and effects host. So far I'm pleased to report there are no issues with compatibility or weirdness, and the only glitch I had was solved by disabling the wifi adapter when I'm running a show.

I'm using this as an "Insert" type effect on two vocal channels for compression, reverb, and the occasional telephone filter or other special effect, plus sending a mono backing track and a click track to the MixWiz. In this configuration it has been stable so far, and the ~6ms latency has been barely noticeable. As a precaution, I'm returning the Vocal feeds to two spare channels instead of a true "insert" on the mixer, so if the PC goes down it's easy to mute the return channels and unmute the originals, then go on with the show. It hasn't been a problem yet, but makes sense to have a backup plan when working with computers. Plus it avoids using the pre-amps on this unit, so I get a consistent interface for sound and levels setting on the mixer.

The best round-trip latency results were achieved using the Asio4All 2.1 driver, a sample rate of 88,100Hz, buffer size of 64 in Reason, and a "1ms" setting on the FocusRite control panel. Additionally, I disable my WIFI card and DVD drive just to be safe, since they seem to increase the odds of a glitch. The FocusRite driver seems to add about 1-2ms additional round-trip latency that the Asio4All driver doesn't add, but still gives respectable results in the 7-8ms range at 88.1kHz.

I have not really scrutinized the pre-amps or converters, since my application is just for live use. They sound good live, but in a demo recording were a bit noisier than my Profire 2626 rig. The Profire has really good pre-amps though, and this Scarlett 8i6 wasn't too far off. In practice it may not even be noticeable for home recordings.

The feature set is pretty decent. I wish FocusRite had a rackmount kit for this unit... It looks like it's designed for a 1/2 rack space but I couldn't find any kits to actually bolt it in. Instead I velcro'd it on top of another rack unit, and it stays put pretty well while being accessible enough to bypass or tweak on if anything goes wrong.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

used firmware update

By Ron Estell

from Highlands Ranch CO

worked great with current firmware update. no problem with latency. small form factor is nice and portable but not cord friendly. But, no different from other products in this class. Great fidelity for home recording.

 
4.0

Worked for me. Get what you pay for.

By mark kaepplein

from Boston Mass

My first recording last week was of a grand piano and classical music with two Oktava MK012 mics feeding Audacity. I monitored via headphones direct from inputs, thus no lag going in and out of a computer. Unfortunately, the ADC did not capture all details heard monitoring inputs with my headphones. The used 8i6 captured sound, didn't crash with FIRMWARE UPDATE, and sounded better than the HD camcorder by far. I picked the 8i6 for having external 12v power as 5v bus power won't get the most out of opamps. Inside, the LM317 voltage regulators are good, ADC chips, opamps, capacitors, power supply bypassing are mediocre and expected for the price. Upside is squashed dynamics results in less need to buy a compressor/limiter! I hope to upgrade to external mic pre's and ADC, then use the SPDIF in of the Scarlet.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Audio Interrface

By Anthony Rodriguez

from Iowa City, Iowa

For all you people complaining about it. Make sure your buffer sizes are adjusted or increased and make sure you have unessential drivers disabled. If you have an onboard audio card in you pc make sure you disable the drivers. Disable Anti Virus and wireless network adaptors since they strain your CPU. YOU DONT NEED THEM FOR RECORDING! And Make sure Printers,Cameras, and other unessential peripherals are disconnected. There is also a free DPC Latency application that tells you if you PC is even capable of having optimized audio recording and playback without drop outs and interference. I hate it when novices give bad reviews to excellent products out of ignorance. The Preamps in this device is amazing it just sounds spetacular. For the price you are getting real semi pro sound. I cant complain. Im using Sonar X1 Producer with my Korg M50 73 key workstation and I couldnt have a better Audio interface then the Scarlett 8I6 for my own personal recording purposes. Now if you need alot of inputs for live recording look elsewhere. This is for personal to small band recording, but mainly for personal producers and or musicians.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good interface

By andy schirz

from Iowa

Takes a bit of time to set up the first time. Doesn't come with manual, you have to go online. Have to play with the latency settings a bit to get rid of poping.
Excellent.
Solid. Well made steel &amp; aluminum box.
Good, especially considering it comes with Ableton Live 8 Lite (which is the main reason i got) $211 new.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good interface

By Sean Garner

from Undisclosed

Initially I was worried I would have to send it back. Audio kept cutting out, and I would have to turn the unit on and off (by unplugging it--there's no switch). However, this seemed to be corrected when I installed the latest version of the control software (I think it's called Mixcontrol. I'm using a Mac btw). This loaded new firmware the next time I used it, and that seems to have fixed the problem entirely!

The mic preamps seem very nice so far--very quiet at full gain. I could stand another 6 dB or so on my condenser mic, but so far it hasn't been an issue.

Overall I can't believe the quality for the price. I think this product deserves top marks, assuming the new firmware continues to be as stable as it seems so far. I only wish it came in a different color!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

figured it out

By matt funderburk

from Charlotte NC

I bought this knowing that it has horrible reviews on this site ad many many others. The complaint is always that it crackles and slows the audio output. I had this problem as well at first. I soon after figured out how to resolve the problem. I isolated the usb connection to only this device. Im using an hp desktop that has two usb ports on the front and 4 usb ports on the back. I simply plugged all my other usb devices into the rear ports and dedicated the front usb set to the Scarlett 8i6. Now everything is working perfectly. I originally bought the saffire 6 and was not happy with the mix knob for direct monitoring vs DAW output. Let me tell you, the Scarlett model blows the saffire unit away in clarity and output level. As far as in the mix vocal tracking(my problem with the saffire) i was able to record vocals with near zero latency while ableton live played back the prerecorded track. Im a happy guy now.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not so good

By Tim M

from Kirkland, WA

I do session work in a studio and was looking for something to dink around with at home. I knew I wasn't going to get studio quality but I'd been using an Apogee One and had been happy with the quality. I wanted to upgrade to get more inputs and bought the Apogee Scarlett. It had really bad lag, very little headroom and poor clarity. I ended up returning the product to get the duet. I had low expectations and wasn't happy with this product.

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