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The Scarlett 2i2 I bought out of curiosity, wondering if it had a leg up on the Blackjack - it did NOT. Weak monitor output, failing to be recognized.


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On that one, they improved the instrument inputs, so the Mackie Onyx Blackjack no longer has the clear advantage. Go to the Focusrite website.


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Thanks for all the info! If you have a nice pre-amp that you would like to continue using but you want the low cost of this digital converter, maybe you could use the "guitar" input jack to feed your pre-amp in. Just get a Steinberg UR12, you'll be happy with that one! I know Anne Ganguzza and Dan Friedman highly recommend the steinberg units as well. I will not feed the trolls I will not feed the trolls. I think I do much better in my Rode NT1 review. Tech VOBS. Although we all record predominantly with a single mic in mono, I find that having two mic inputs on an interface to be a boon in the studio on the road is another issue. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2. As for the Blackjack I like the Onyx preamps and the solid construction. To get a bit unit, you have to jump into some over-priced pro gear where you are spending as much as a "good" preamp. I was looking at the time for a little more punch in gain, and these 2 were nearly identical. I haven't done a test with the Hi-Z inputs on the Steinberg, but I imagine it would work well too. Peter, you're right Focusrite isn't supporting it like they should - or they're moving on from it. For a two input box, the Steinberg UR22 is cheap and good. Based on what I read here and the layout of my space and how each looks and what my needs are, I decided to go with the Mackie. What you really need is to hear from someone who has done this Bish 3.

Mackie Onyx Blackjack vs. The Black mackie onyx blackjack vs focusrite scarlett 2i2 for Nothing wrong with the Onyx, it just offered literally nothing over the 2i2.

The 2i2 for a period of about 3 months. My guess is that such an input would do away with any benefit a balanced output would give you, but with a short, high quality cable there might not be anything lost by not using a balanced circuit.

Learn them and prosper. I can't remember. I had both. I looked at the Yamaha and the Steinberg units as well as the two I was considering. And yes, the 'guitar mackie onyx blackjack vs focusrite scarlett 2i2 trick on the 2i2 was how I used it.

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Given the fact that the budget is still a bit tight, so I'm not interested in going up to the next level of interface just yet, are there any features or lack thereof that would steer someone who's used both one way or the other? Lots of hard metal surfaces, and a weird handle that doubles as a stand. I think there's a massive hole in the market for a small unit like the 2i2 or Blackjack with the pre-amps stripped out. I've only barely tried the 2i2, and that was because I was having audio issues and was trying to figure out what was going on in my audio chain. I also look forward to the day that cost isn't an issue, and I can consider a higher-end preamp, though I'm thankful that these lower-end units are as good as they are despite the low cost. It sounds like they're all fairly comparable. I'm also interested to see that George now seems to shy away from them having been a vocal supporter. I know of a number of reports of failure and major software incompatibility issues. I'm upgrading? When they made a driver upgrade for it in September , they didn't pass on the info. Good luck in your search! I will say the Onyx has a weird form factor. I look forward to hearing how it sounds compared to my TubePre. George Whittam GeorgeThe. People always ask about bypassing the preamps Bish Smoke me a kipper I'll be back for breakfast. I'm interested to see the "decline"of the 2i2. I don't bypass the pres: if I said that I was wrong, but the pres are much more transparent on the UR22 than on the 2i I would recommend the preamps on the Steinberg over those on the Focusrite as well. And the most wonderful Magic of all, is just bein' alive. I don't see the up side to only having the one two gives better routing flexibility and redundancy if a single channel goes bad. Guitar-in with low preamp gain was better than higher gain line-in. I liked the form factor of the 2i2 much better. I've had my Mackie Blackjack for five years and it is workhorse. Back to top. I looked up the specs on a couple of sites and looked at the photos of the box. Here's a review of the Steinberg UR12 I made with a Lance Blair is a happy user, and I know he bypasses the preamps. My favorite in this price range ish is the Yamaha AG Can the UR12 Preamp be bypassed? I only stumbled upon it because mine was already getting glitchy at the time. I know this isn't needed for everyone, but in my view, the Sternberg comes up short with only one XLR mic input. View previous topic :: View next topic. But I saw the Mackie Onyx Blackjack mentioned favorably in a different thread, so I looked into it, and it does seem like a good product.