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Focusrite Scarlett Vocal Recording Kit with 2i2 Audio Interface, Mic, Headphones, Pop Filter, and Reflection Filter

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Focusrite Scarlett Vocal Recording Kit with 2i2 Audio Interface, Mic, Headphones, Pop Filter, and Reflection Filter
Key Features
  • Useful Gear for Capturing Vocals at Home
  • Includes USB Interface with Air Band
  • Mic, Stand, Headphones, and Cables
  • Reflection Filter and Pop Filter
Get clean, noise-free recordings at home with the Focusrite Scarlett Vocal Recording Kit, bundled together by B&H for your convenience. The kit supplies a 3rd-generation Scarlett USB audio interface, a large-diaphragm condenser microphone, a pair of closed-back headphones, a reflection filter, a pop filter, a mic stand, and all the necessary cabling. With this kit at your disposal, you'll have essential items for achieving noise-free, full-sounding recordings at home.
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Can I use a premp between my mic and the ...

Can I use a premp between my mic and the fourscite?
Asked by: David
Yes, you can use a separate mic preamp between your microphone and the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2x2 USB Audio Interface. The 2i2 does include its own built-in mic preamps, but you can certainly use a separate preamp instead if you prefer.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-12-12

Would the line outs from an ART DJ Pre II ...

Would the line outs from an ART DJ Pre II Turntable Phono Preamplifier work with the line inputs on the Scarlet 2i2?
Asked by: Douglas
Yes, they will. Keep in mind that the inputs on the 2i2 are mono, so you will need to connect each output (L/R) from the ART to an individual input, using a dual RCA to 1/4" cable: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/828244-REG/Hosa_Technology_HPR_003X2_HPR_003X2_Dual_1_4_TS.html
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-11-11

Is this the right tool if I don't need the input ...

Is this the right tool if I don't need the input capabilities, but I just need to send the laptop audio to a loudspeaker?
Asked by: Matteo
You can use the 1/4" outputs from the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2x2 USB Audio Interface to send audio from the computer out to a powered loudspeaker, but there are other options that are less expensive, since you don't need to connect any microphones, instruments, or devices to the input. For example, you can use the Kopul USB to Audio Direct Box for Digital Audio to PA Systems & Mixers (B&H # KOPSIUSB), which has left and right XLR outputs, or the Polsen USX-116 USB to XLR Interface (B&H # POUSX116), which has a single XLR output.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2023-04-24

For a podcast setup with 2 people speaking is ...

For a podcast setup with 2 people speaking is there an advantage to the Gen. 3 over the Gen. 2? I'm all for future-proofing but don't know if the $40 price difference is justifiable for the modest use case I'm considering. Thanks for any insights.
Asked by: Steven
Having owned both versions and testing out for podcasts (for use with two mics), I would say no - they're both extremely similar.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-08-20

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I want to get this as a gift. The person uses a portable turntable for scratching. Will they be able to use this interface to get their scratch sounds onto their computer to add to their music productions? Also, what are the voltage specs on this, the mentioned person will be using this in Germany (230voltage). Thanks!!
Asked by: Anonymous
If the portable TT has LINE level outputs, then it may be connected to this interface.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Can I plug in an Audio-Technica AT897 microphone ...

Can I plug in an Audio-Technica AT897 microphone directly, or do I need an adapter?
Asked by: Darrin
You can. The port for an XLR cord is on the back of the unit.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-11-20

Does it work with any microphone

Does it work with any microphone
Asked by: Gregory
Works nice with my Audio-Technica AT2035
Answered by: ELZAR
Date published: 2021-06-28

I'm using this interface with a rode podmic, and ...

I'm using this interface with a rode podmic, and when set to a decent volume it picks up a lot of background noise or idk if it's called floor noise, but it's kinda like a condenser mic, picks up little taps from 5 or 6 ft away, why would that be? I've tried it with other dynamic mics I own and different xlr cables and it's the same thing.
Asked by: Christian
I am not sure if it will help you, but for me I improved my sound quality by getting the mic really close to me. This allowed me to reduce the gain, and lose or reduce significantly a lot of the background noises (like keyboard clicks). You may also be able to reduce the clicking if it comes from a consistent area by experimenting with the direction of your mic. You should be able to get the pickup pattern from Rode. A Cloudlifter or FetHead might also help you boost your signal without rIsing your noise floor. Good luck!
Answered by: Sanatam
Date published: 2020-07-15
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