Focusrite’s new Clarett range drops Thunderbolt for USB and sheds a few pounds into the bargain.
Launched in 2015, Focusrite’s Clarett range broke new ground in several ways. Previous Thunderbolt audio interfaces were mostly targeted at professionals, but the keenly priced Claretts were intended to appeal mainly to project studio owners. Their design saw a new emphasis on low-latency performance, not always a strong point of previous Focusrite interfaces; and the Claretts also featured audio specifications to rival much more expensive units. This last aspect of the range proved more of...
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