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Pros: 192KHz sampling rates, Zero-latency monitoring with multiple internal mixes. Great combo inputs (XLR/Line). Dual ADAT for SMUX I/II. Quick instrument front-plugs. Dual headphone jacks (with separate assignable internal mixes). Low-CPU usage drivers. Wordclock In/Out.
Cons: No Midi-Thru. Complex Mixer Control Panel.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking to branch out from Avid (or stay with PT), this is a great upgrade as the Digi002 is losing driver support. This interface also works well with FL Studio and Logic Pro X. My situation required an additional OctoPre MkII Dynamic and the word clock sync is just fantastic. Overall an awesome product.
Reviewed By:misterfinster,3/31/2014 8:40:58 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.
Cons: Thinner than expected and flat (edges not rounded). Although It does not matter to me a whole lot, there is nothing printed on either side (some ppl like to feel printing against their thumb thus creating a top and bottom side).
Other Thoughts: Look, the picks look nice and inexpensive so they are in line with my expectations. Just be advised that they are clearly inferior to higher grade picks (I.e. Fender mediums). If you want to make sure there are picks all over your house whenever you get the urge to strum for a few minutes, then this is fine. If you are particular about what you use, you probably won't be playing with these. Hey, it's all just my opinion, if you are curious, it's only five bucks - go for it.
Reviewed By:Cam,2/27/2014 3:36:25 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 day to 1 week.
Pros: Build quality is great. Knobs are sturdy, device is hefty. Software consists of the device drivers and a program to adjust buffer size, sample rate can be adjusted in Windows Sound. 2 balanced outs, 4 unbalanced RCA outs, headphone monitor. Easy to set up and run to a mixer or a stereo receiver. 1 MIDI in makes this great for use with a keyboard and a DAW. Very low latency.
Monitor knob at front controls volume through the outputs, headphone knob adjusts headphone volume - if the device is within arm's reach, it makes for a great sound card. Just plug in to USB, download drivers, run some RCA cables to stereo receivers, and plug heaphones into headphone monitor jack. Setup is fairly easy.
Cons: When plugged in to USB 3.0, it will potentially randomly cut out, cause blue screens, and cause DAWs to crash.
If you plug into USB 3.0 and experience latency/stability/sound quality issues with this, try plugging it in to a USB 2.0 port and restarting your system before further troubleshooting.
Headphone monitor jack works well with most headphones, but high-impedance drivers on some studio monitor headphones may benefit from a standalone headphone amp.
Other Thoughts: Music plays clearly - less static and other interference when compared to onboard sound and many PCI soundcards mainly due to the simple fact that the 2i4 is outside the case and has less EMI within proximity to it.
<5ms latency in DAWs seems possible in most cases - running 88.2KHz in Ableton Live 8.2.2 with an Intel Core i7 3930k @ 4.7GHz and 16gb 1866 Quad Channel RAM allows me 3ms latency while CPU rarely exceeds 50%. Most quad channel processors should be able to cut latency down to around that level and not have sound quality issues due to CPU load. This includes many laptops. Due to size and latency, this may work rather well for DJs that use DAWs.
Reviewed By:N/A,2/17/2014 6:55:06 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product 1 month to 1 year. Did you find this review helpful?
average pop filter..packaging could have been better!
Pros: There aren't really any. Its a pop filter and like any other it filters P's and what not from your microphone while using it.
Cons: The way they packaged this thing is horrible. When I received the the shipment it had multiple rips around the envolope, and when I opened it there was a rip in the white cardboard that was used to package this. They went super cheap during the packaging and did not like it one bit. I don't mind though..it got here in decent condition and thats all I care about. :PL
Other Thoughts: I guess these people are good excluding packaging but I hate how they copy/paste the "Please accept our appreciation on your complaint, because of customers like you, we would always be aware of the problems in our service or product and improve it instantly." for every complaint. >_<
Reviewed By:RespawnaSaurus,12/2/2013 8:33:14 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is average and has owned this product less than 1 day.