Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 USB 2.0 Audio Interface

Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 USB 2.0 Audio Interface

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Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Scarlett 18i20 USB 2.0 Audio Interface
Finish
  • Red / Black
Year
  • 2013 - 2016
Made In
  • United Kingdom
Categories
Bit Depth
  • 24-bit
Bus-Powered
  • No
Compatibility
  • Windows
  • macOS
Computer Connectivity
  • USB
Digital Input Format
  • ADAT/Optical
  • S/PIDF
Digital Output Format
  • ADAT/Optical
  • S/PIDF
Electronics
  • Analog
  • Digital
  • Solid State
Format
  • 19-inch Rackmount
Number of Analog Inputs
  • 8
Number of Analog Outputs
  • 10
Number of Channels
  • 38
Number of Digital Inputs
  • 10
Number of Digital Outputs
  • 10
Number of Headphone Outputs
  • 2
Number of MIDI Inputs
  • 1
Number of MIDI Outputs
  • 1
Number of Mic Preamps
  • 8
Sample Rate
  • 192 khz
Simultaneous I/O
  • 18 x 20

Overview

The Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 is a powerful USB audio interface for project studios. It features a bevy of analog I/O including two front facing combination inputs capable of operating as mic preamps or Hi-Z instrument inputs, six additional mic or line inputs, and eight line outputs with an additional two dedicated monitor outputs. Digital connectivity is covered as well, with both stereo SPIDF and ADAT optical in and out. Dedicated MIDI in and out, Wordclock sync, and front panel LED-based input level monitoring round out the more professional touches on this flexible entry in the Scarlett line of interfaces.

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