Focusrite 2i2 Studio Scarlett Mk2 Pro Audio Interface
Everything You Need In One Bundle
Inside the box you will find the second generation Scarlett 2i2 Audio Interface alongside a large-diaphragm CM25 MkII condenser mic, HP60 MkII closed-back headphones and all the cables and software you need to start recording. With two class-leading, natural sounding Scarlett Mic Pres and the same studio sound quality of the Scarlett range, the 2i2 is an audio interface that won't disappoint. The included microphone and headphones make this an all-in-one bundle capable of taking your productions to the next level.
Clarity and Performance
Focusrite have improved on the legacy of the original 2i2 with upgrades across the board. Super-low latency of 2.74ms* allows you to record with your effects plug-ins in real-time, the new sleeker red metal chassis and metal gain dials add to the aesthetics and build quality of the unit enabling you to safely take it anywhere. The 2nd generation Scarlett range also operate at upto 192khz at 24 bit resolution and the inputs have been given a redesign allowing it to cope with even the hottest of instrument pick-ups. The input dials have evolved with a new linear gain structure giving you much more accurate control over your input levels. Once you connect the CM25 condenser mic you can record your vocals in crystal clear clarity, and of course you can monitor with the included HP60 headphones for honest playback without any distractions. The headphone output also has a dedicated gain control so you can turn up the volume and immerse yourself in the music. With the new analogue protection circuitry you can be sure that your device is safe from unwanted power surges.
Extensive Software Library
The Scarlett 2i2 Studio bundle comes with an extensive software package so you can be ready to go within minutes of opening the box;
- Exclusive version of Pro Tools First Focusrite Creative Pack featuring 12 plug-ins including the Eleven Lite for authentic guitar amp emulation
- Ableton Live Lite
- Softube Time and Tone Bundle
- Focusrite Red Plug-In Suite
- Novation Bass Station Software Synthesizer
- 2GB of Loopmasters samples
* Super-low roundtrip latency was measured at 2.74ms, working at 96kHz with a 32 samples buffer on Logic Pro X, running on a Mac Pro and OS 10.11
Features • 24 bit 192 kHz.
• Low latency 2.74ms.
• Improved linear gain structure.
• Instrument input redesigned for hot pickups.
• Analogue protection circuitry to stop power surges (via usb).
• New metal gain controls.
• Sleeker chassis.
• Redesigned headphones and microphones for studio packs.
|Computer Interface Type||USB 2|
|Analogue Inputs (Total)||2|
|Analogue Outputs (Total)||2|
|Connections (Input)||2 x Neutrik XLR/TRS Combo Connectors|
|Mic Preamps (Max)||2|
|Instrument Inputs (Max)||2|
|Sample Rate (Max)||192 kHz|
|Dynamic Range||n/a dB|
|Dimensions (mm)||n/a WxHxD|
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