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post #31 of 35

Yes, and actually its an outstanding sound card.

If you use it with a good sound program as JRiver or any other that can handle ASIO output (2i2  has native ASIO drivers) and set it to resample the output to 96000 the result is top notch sound.

Maby, just maybe, you may need to add some EQ (some -3db @ 1kHz) but that depends on your room and system interaction.


Edited by sohho - 9/9/14 at 7:58am
post #32 of 35

nvm.

post #33 of 35

web.telecom.cz/macura/focusrite.pdf

Please check my Rightmark measurement, it is very different from the one posted here in the beginning of the thread.

post #34 of 35
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Originally Posted by Pavel Macura View Post
 

web.telecom.cz/macura/focusrite.pdf

Please check my Rightmark measurement, it is very different from the one posted here in the beginning of the thread.

Sorry, there is no differences for my "S3 - stereo; instrumental + pad mode at 11 clock gain; 3 clock monitor volume; 220 ms latency; MME (16-bit @ 96 kHz)" conditions ( @ http://borisgermanov.blogspot.ru/2014/03/focusrite-scarlett-2i4-rmaa-test-report.html ). And doesn't matter, balanced or unbalanced, MME or ASIO, with "instrumental + pad mode @ 16bit" the results are the same...

What are conditions of your test?

For example, I was very disappointed with *line mode* tests.

post #35 of 35

Hi,

 

it was measured with instrument (single ended) input.

 

The measurement from balanced output (TRS 1,2) to balanced line input (TRS) is here:

 

web.telecom.cz/macura/focusrite_line_balanced.pdf
 

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