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Jag ska köpa ljudkort för att spela in ett helt band.

Min första tanke var att köpa 2 st Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 3rd gen och koppla ihop via ADAT. Då får man ju 16 inputs.

Sedan blev jag tipsad om att man kunde köpa ett Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 och ett Focusrite Octopre och koppla ihop via ADAT. Då får man också 16 inputs.

Det skiljer sig inte speciellt mycket i pris men min fråga är nu, vad blir skillnaden egentligen? Är det ena alternativet bättre än det andra på något sätt?

Tips och hjälp uppskattas!

 

Länk till båda:

https://www.thomann.de/se/focusrite_scarlett_18i20_3rd_gen.htm

https://www.thomann.de/se/focusrite_scarlett_octopre.htm

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Du får flera utgångar om du köper två interface.  Jag vet dock inte hur bra det går att köra två samtidigt. Men det verkar vara en mycket bättre deal med interfacen än octopre, som för övrigt saknar adat in vilket gör att man måste pilla med worldclock. Inget problem här men om du skulle vilja koppla in den till något annat interface som har adat men inte wordclock så blir det inte så bra. Jag kör med  RME och där kan man koppla in två lika interface och få dem att se ut som ett för tex en ASIO daw som cubase.

Sidan 23 i manual säger att de ska gå att köra som standalone. Läs manualen!

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