Unveiled earlier this week, the six new second-generation interfaces will feature the same I/O as the first generation models, however the team at Focusrite have taken big strides in improving its performance under the hood.
New preamps will be included, which are promised to have more accurate level setting, and the instrument input has been reinvigorated with increased headroom for those hotter signals.
The second generation Scarlett range is literally packed full of upgrades. The new super-low latency will bring confidence to your performance, letting you record and monitor with software effects in real time. Scarlett USB audio interfaces also now operate at sample rates all the way up to 192kHz, and the input channels have evolved too.
The casing has also received an update. New metal volume controls and a sleeker red metal chassis underscore its improved industrial design, built to go anywhere.