Has 2 Onyx mic preamps. USB 2.0 connectivity. High resolution 24-bit/192 kHz recording. Good interface. Low latency. MIDI I/O. For Mac and PC; works with all major DAWs. 48V phantom power. Easy to use. Solid construction. Very stable. Includes Tracktion Music production software.
Software is a bit minimal, with few options. Some felt that the mic preamp was too quiet.
Has 2 combo inputs with low-noise and high headroom. Works with a wide range of Mac and PC software. 24-bit resolution. MIDI I/O. 24V phantom power. Works well live. Rugged case. Software includes Capture Duo for iPad and Studio One 3 Artist DAW.
Does not charge your iPad when you're using it. Doesn't offer 2-channel capture on iOS. Some found there is a fair amount of latency when using MIDI.
Features include 5 channels in all, with a 2-band EQ and pan on each channel. Pro-level audio sound, with ultra-low noise design. Multiple inputs. 18V phantom power. Battery option is rechargeable. For Mac or PC.
There is no way to monitor your signal while recording. The documentation is a little limited.
Dual XLR outputs. Good audio quality that minimizes hissing. Features include transformer isolation, balanced outputs, and a stereo/mono switch. USB powered. Solid build. Works with Mac or PC. Affordable and easy to use.
Doesn't come with a USB cable. Output has very little boost. Some buyers say this option makes too much random noise.
Comes in a variety of sizes and configurations. 192 kHz sample rate. Low latency. Works with Windows, Mac, and Linux. Features a Scarlett mic preamp, an instrument/guitar input, and stereo line outputs. Software package includes Pro Tools and a variety of plug-ins and samples. Easy DAW integration.
Works well with a Mac, but the PC drivers leave a bit to be desired. Some found that the audio quality can be spotty with this option.
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