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Top 9 Best 2 Channel Audio Interfaces 2022 Malaysia

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The Top 9 Best 2 Channel Audio Interfaces 2022 Malaysia

One of the most crucial decisions you can make as a home producer is to choose one of the top audio interfaces. In most cases, an audio interface is a necessary component of any home recording setup, and if you spend any time composing music on a PC or Mac, you should invest in one. One of the finest audio interfaces will allow you to get high-quality audio into and out of your computer, as well as connect other important studio gear and instruments during your recording sessions.

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1. Solid State Logic SSL2+ USB Audio Interface

The SSL2+ offers a cheap version of 'the SSL sound,' putting the sense of a gazillion songs done in seven-figure recording facilities within reach of everyone.

The key difference between the 2+ and the conventional SSL2 is that the 2+ adds two outputs to the 2's two-in, two-out layout, MIDI In/Out and an extra independent headphone out (with both being able to monitor different mixes). There's also a 4k option, which gives you a little more presence and high-end zing (and, more significantly, makes you feel a little more 'pro').

Two combi mic/line inputs with Hi-Z (impedance) choices let you to switch between guitar and bass signals, as well as synth and drum machine feeds.

Both condenser and dynamic microphones can be used with the +48v option. The SSL2+ comes highly recommended for its excellent monitoring and recording quality as well as its versatile I/O setup.

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2. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen USB Audio Interface

Focusrite's 2i2 is not only a high-quality 2-in / 2-out interface, but it also comes with free introductory software from Ableton and ProTools, as well as Focusrite's own plug-in suite. Even though it's limited, if you just want to track one or two noises at a time, this is all you'll need. It boasts strong preamps, a "Air" button for adding top-end shine, and it can handle 24 bit resolution at 192kHz sampling frequency. Focusrites are also now compatible with iPad Pros, making them simply plug-and-play. It's no surprise that the Scarlett is so popular: it's economical, portable, practical, and simple to use.

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3. Audient EVO 4 USB Audio Interface

The small Evo line was introduced to tremendous praise during the NAMM Show 2020.

Two combo mic/line inputs are located on the rear of EVO 4, and one instrument level input is located on the front of the unit for attaching a guitar or bass (which then overrides the first input around the back).

The connections are completed by two speaker outs, and a central main dial controls the level of that output as well as a number of other levels determined largely by which buttons on the top of the panel you press: 1 and 2 (for input levels), output (bottom right), and a final button that adjusts the mix between the input and DAW. When using the headphone jack, the main dial controls the volume.

EVO is a creative, small desktop solution that sounds amazing thanks to the one-dial solution, which is nicely built and designed.

Sold out

4. Native Instruments Komplete Audio 2

Komplete Audio 2 is a two-input, two-output design with two identical mic/line/instrument inputs. Connections are on space-saving combi XLRs with individual selector switches to select between line and instrument. 48V phantom power, meanwhile, is engaged globally via a single switch.

In addition to the inputs, the front panel includes a hardware monitoring balance knob (Input/Host) and headphone output with independent control.

The main output level is controlled from a large output level knob on the top panel. Here you’ll also find the input meters, alongside phantom and USB indicators. Round the back you’ve got the USB B connector, a pair of balanced outputs on TRS 1⁄4-inch jacks and a Kensington Security slot.

It makes our best audio interface list because the performance of the Komplete Audio 2 is as slick as its looks, and though the features are basic, it does its job admirably. And when you consider the excellent software bundle, it's great value.

Sold out

5.Yamaha Steinberg UR22C USB Audio Interface

Steinberg has updated its UR audio interface line with USB 3.0 variants for PC, Mac, and iOS devices. The UR22C is the most cost-effective of the bunch.
Each interface features USB Type-C connectivity (or USB 3.1 Gen 1 SuperSpeed, to give it its full name) and audio resolution of 32 bits/192 kHz. There's also MIDI I/O and DSP, which may be utilised to create zero-latency effects for monitoring. The dspMixFx mixer may be used to access these.
The UR22C is a 2-in/2-out audio interface, as expected. There are two balanced line outputs and two balanced Neutrik combo inputs, each with a Yamaha D-PRE mic preamp.

The UR22C is the finest audio interface for you if you want something that can be thrown in a bag without danger of breaking.

Sold out

6. MOTU M2 2x2 USB-C Audio Interface

The M2 and M4 bring MOTU's commitment to quality to a smaller, more accessible USB interface. MOTU is renowned for professional-grade interfaces rather than entry-level devices, but the M2 and M4 bring that dedication to quality to a smaller, more accessible USB interface. The high-resolution front-panel level metres are the most appealing feature, since they let you to better monitor your input gain while recording to minimise digital clipping. Individual +48v phantom power switches are excellent, and each channel has its own one-touch direct monitoring. This means you can monitor your recording straight with only one button click, without having to worry about latency.

The M2 also doesn't require or come with any third-party installers, which is a big benefit if you don't want to deal with another piece of software. However, loopback through a driver is supported, which is a significant bonus. It also includes MOTU Performer Lite and Ableton Live 10 Lite, so it's ideal for absolute novices.

Sold out

7. Universal Audio Volt 276 USB-C Audio Interface

The Volt series is aimed at the budget market, and we're looking at the Volt 176 and 276 here. These have a completely distinct appearance and feel than other UA interfaces, and they serve a very different purpose. There is no onboard software processing, no plugin hosting, and no Console software. These are plug-and-play, with UA's outstanding preamps and, in the case of these two devices, inbuilt analogue processing.

On the front, there are dual XLR/TRS inputs (one for the 176), phantom power, instrument controls, and a headphone jack. Stereo outputs, a USB connector, and MIDI In/Out ports are located on the rear of the device. Both interfaces are bus powered and come with included software like as Ableton Live Lite, Melodyne Essential, and other instruments and effects such as Spitfire Audio's LABS.

With the 76 Compressor, you may pick between 1176-style Vocal, Guitar, Fast, or Off one-button compression, each with its own distinct flavour. The Vintage option emulates UA's classic 610 channel's tube emulation, gentle saturation, and top-end lift.

Sold out

8. Audient iD4mkII USB-C Audio Interface

The iD4 MkII is a basic two-input/two-output audio interface with a mic preamp – replete with phantom power for utilising condenser mics – as well as an instrument level DI for plugging in your guitar or bass, as well as a clever scroll wheel for tweaking settings in your programme. There's also a primary output for your speakers as well as separate headphone outputs.

The whole device is powered by USB-C, and it can also be used with an iPhone or iPad if you have Apple's camera connection kit. The studio devilry, on the other hand, is in the details: Audient has truly thought about everything in terms of value and usability, making what is a cheap solution feel anything but. The Audient iD4 MkII is the greatest USB audio interface we've seen for a long time at this pricing.

Sold out

9. PreSonus Studio 24c USB-C Audio Interface

The PreSonus Studio 24C audio interface is a workhorse. It lacks some of the more opulent features of its rivals, but it's made to last, with an all-metal chassis and rubber feet that keep it firmly planted on your desk.

PreSonus' Universal Control software also has loopback, which gives you more internal signal routing possibilities if you undertake any audio job other than music production, such as streaming or podcasting. It's a fantastic inexpensive option, especially if you can locate it secondhand.

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The Top 9 Best 2 Channel Audio Interfaces 2022 Malaysia

One of the most crucial decisions you can make as a home producer is to choose one of the top audio interfaces. In most cases, an audio interface is a necessary component of any home recording setup, and if you spend any time composing music on a PC or Mac, you should invest in one. One of the finest audio interfaces will allow you to get high-quality audio into and out of your computer, as well as connect other important studio gear and instruments during your recording sessions.

Sold out

1. Solid State Logic SSL2+ USB Audio Interface

The SSL2+ offers a cheap version of 'the SSL sound,' putting the sense of a gazillion songs done in seven-figure recording facilities within reach of everyone.

The key difference between the 2+ and the conventional SSL2 is that the 2+ adds two outputs to the 2's two-in, two-out layout, MIDI In/Out and an extra independent headphone out (with both being able to monitor different mixes). There's also a 4k option, which gives you a little more presence and high-end zing (and, more significantly, makes you feel a little more 'pro').

Two combi mic/line inputs with Hi-Z (impedance) choices let you to switch between guitar and bass signals, as well as synth and drum machine feeds.

Both condenser and dynamic microphones can be used with the +48v option. The SSL2+ comes highly recommended for its excellent monitoring and recording quality as well as its versatile I/O setup.

Sold out

2. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen USB Audio Interface

Focusrite's 2i2 is not only a high-quality 2-in / 2-out interface, but it also comes with free introductory software from Ableton and ProTools, as well as Focusrite's own plug-in suite. Even though it's limited, if you just want to track one or two noises at a time, this is all you'll need. It boasts strong preamps, a "Air" button for adding top-end shine, and it can handle 24 bit resolution at 192kHz sampling frequency. Focusrites are also now compatible with iPad Pros, making them simply plug-and-play. It's no surprise that the Scarlett is so popular: it's economical, portable, practical, and simple to use.

Sold Out

3. Audient EVO 4 USB Audio Interface

The small Evo line was introduced to tremendous praise during the NAMM Show 2020.

Two combo mic/line inputs are located on the rear of EVO 4, and one instrument level input is located on the front of the unit for attaching a guitar or bass (which then overrides the first input around the back).

The connections are completed by two speaker outs, and a central main dial controls the level of that output as well as a number of other levels determined largely by which buttons on the top of the panel you press: 1 and 2 (for input levels), output (bottom right), and a final button that adjusts the mix between the input and DAW. When using the headphone jack, the main dial controls the volume.

EVO is a creative, small desktop solution that sounds amazing thanks to the one-dial solution, which is nicely built and designed.

Sold Out

4. Native Instruments Komplete Audio 2

Komplete Audio 2 is a two-input, two-output design with two identical mic/line/instrument inputs. Connections are on space-saving combi XLRs with individual selector switches to select between line and instrument. 48V phantom power, meanwhile, is engaged globally via a single switch.

In addition to the inputs, the front panel includes a hardware monitoring balance knob (Input/Host) and headphone output with independent control.

The main output level is controlled from a large output level knob on the top panel. Here you’ll also find the input meters, alongside phantom and USB indicators. Round the back you’ve got the USB B connector, a pair of balanced outputs on TRS 1⁄4-inch jacks and a Kensington Security slot.

It makes our best audio interface list because the performance of the Komplete Audio 2 is as slick as its looks, and though the features are basic, it does its job admirably. And when you consider the excellent software bundle, it's great value.

Sold Out

5. Yamaha Steinberg UR22C USB Audio Interface

Steinberg has updated its UR audio interface line with USB 3.0 variants for PC, Mac, and iOS devices. The UR22C is the most cost-effective of the bunch.
Each interface features USB Type-C connectivity (or USB 3.1 Gen 1 SuperSpeed, to give it its full name) and audio resolution of 32 bits/192 kHz. There's also MIDI I/O and DSP, which may be utilised to create zero-latency effects for monitoring. The dspMixFx mixer may be used to access these.
The UR22C is a 2-in/2-out audio interface, as expected. There are two balanced line outputs and two balanced Neutrik combo inputs, each with a Yamaha D-PRE mic preamp.

The UR22C is the finest audio interface for you if you want something that can be thrown in a bag without danger of breaking.

Sold Out

6. MOTU M2 2x2 USB-C Audio Interface

The M2 and M4 bring MOTU's commitment to quality to a smaller, more accessible USB interface. MOTU is renowned for professional-grade interfaces rather than entry-level devices, but the M2 and M4 bring that dedication to quality to a smaller, more accessible USB interface. The high-resolution front-panel level metres are the most appealing feature, since they let you to better monitor your input gain while recording to minimise digital clipping. Individual +48v phantom power switches are excellent, and each channel has its own one-touch direct monitoring. This means you can monitor your recording straight with only one button click, without having to worry about latency.

The M2 also doesn't require or come with any third-party installers, which is a big benefit if you don't want to deal with another piece of software. However, loopback through a driver is supported, which is a significant bonus. It also includes MOTU Performer Lite and Ableton Live 10 Lite, so it's ideal for absolute novices.

Sold Out

7. Universal Audio Volt 276 USB-C Audio Interface

The Volt series is aimed at the budget market, and we're looking at the Volt 176 and 276 here. These have a completely distinct appearance and feel than other UA interfaces, and they serve a very different purpose. There is no onboard software processing, no plugin hosting, and no Console software. These are plug-and-play, with UA's outstanding preamps and, in the case of these two devices, inbuilt analogue processing.

On the front, there are dual XLR/TRS inputs (one for the 176), phantom power, instrument controls, and a headphone jack. Stereo outputs, a USB connector, and MIDI In/Out ports are located on the rear of the device. Both interfaces are bus powered and come with included software like as Ableton Live Lite, Melodyne Essential, and other instruments and effects such as Spitfire Audio's LABS.

With the 76 Compressor, you may pick between 1176-style Vocal, Guitar, Fast, or Off one-button compression, each with its own distinct flavour. The Vintage option emulates UA's classic 610 channel's tube emulation, gentle saturation, and top-end lift.

Sold Out

8. Audient iD4mkII USB-C Audio Interface

The iD4 MkII is a basic two-input/two-output audio interface with a mic preamp – replete with phantom power for utilising condenser mics – as well as an instrument level DI for plugging in your guitar or bass, as well as a clever scroll wheel for tweaking settings in your programme. There's also a primary output for your speakers as well as separate headphone outputs.

The whole device is powered by USB-C, and it can also be used with an iPhone or iPad if you have Apple's camera connection kit. The studio devilry, on the other hand, is in the details: Audient has truly thought about everything in terms of value and usability, making what is a cheap solution feel anything but. The Audient iD4 MkII is the greatest USB audio interface we've seen for a long time at this pricing.

Sold Out

9. PreSonus Studio 24c USB-C Audio Interface

The PreSonus Studio 24C audio interface is a workhorse. It lacks some of the more opulent features of its rivals, but it's made to last, with an all-metal chassis and rubber feet that keep it firmly planted on your desk.

PreSonus' Universal Control software also has loopback, which gives you more internal signal routing possibilities if you undertake any audio job other than music production, such as streaming or podcasting. It's a fantastic inexpensive option, especially if you can locate it secondhand.

The Top 9 Best 2 Channel Audio Interfaces 2022 Malaysia

One of the most crucial decisions you can make as a home producer is to choose one of the top audio interfaces. In most cases, an audio interface is a necessary component of any home recording setup, and if you spend any time composing music on a PC or Mac, you should invest in one. One of the finest audio interfaces will allow you to get high-quality audio into and out of your computer, as well as connect other important studio gear and instruments during your recording sessions.

Sold out

1. Solid State Logic SSL2+ USB Audio Interface

The SSL2+ offers a cheap version of 'the SSL sound,' putting the sense of a gazillion songs done in seven-figure recording facilities within reach of everyone.

The key difference between the 2+ and the conventional SSL2 is that the 2+ adds two outputs to the 2's two-in, two-out layout, MIDI In/Out and an extra independent headphone out (with both being able to monitor different mixes). There's also a 4k option, which gives you a little more presence and high-end zing (and, more significantly, makes you feel a little more 'pro').

Two combi mic/line inputs with Hi-Z (impedance) choices let you to switch between guitar and bass signals, as well as synth and drum machine feeds.

Both condenser and dynamic microphones can be used with the +48v option. The SSL2+ comes highly recommended for its excellent monitoring and recording quality as well as its versatile I/O setup.

Sold out

2. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 3rd Gen USB Audio Interface

Focusrite's 2i2 is not only a high-quality 2-in / 2-out interface, but it also comes with free introductory software from Ableton and ProTools, as well as Focusrite's own plug-in suite. Even though it's limited, if you just want to track one or two noises at a time, this is all you'll need. It boasts strong preamps, a "Air" button for adding top-end shine, and it can handle 24 bit resolution at 192kHz sampling frequency. Focusrites are also now compatible with iPad Pros, making them simply plug-and-play. It's no surprise that the Scarlett is so popular: it's economical, portable, practical, and simple to use.

Sold Out

3. Audient EVO 4 USB Audio Interface

The small Evo line was introduced to tremendous praise during the NAMM Show 2020.

Two combo mic/line inputs are located on the rear of EVO 4, and one instrument level input is located on the front of the unit for attaching a guitar or bass (which then overrides the first input around the back).

The connections are completed by two speaker outs, and a central main dial controls the level of that output as well as a number of other levels determined largely by which buttons on the top of the panel you press: 1 and 2 (for input levels), output (bottom right), and a final button that adjusts the mix between the input and DAW. When using the headphone jack, the main dial controls the volume.

EVO is a creative, small desktop solution that sounds amazing thanks to the one-dial solution, which is nicely built and designed.

Sold Out

4. Native Instruments Komplete Audio 2

Komplete Audio 2 is a two-input, two-output design with two identical mic/line/instrument inputs. Connections are on space-saving combi XLRs with individual selector switches to select between line and instrument. 48V phantom power, meanwhile, is engaged globally via a single switch.

In addition to the inputs, the front panel includes a hardware monitoring balance knob (Input/Host) and headphone output with independent control.

The main output level is controlled from a large output level knob on the top panel. Here you’ll also find the input meters, alongside phantom and USB indicators. Round the back you’ve got the USB B connector, a pair of balanced outputs on TRS 1⁄4-inch jacks and a Kensington Security slot.

It makes our best audio interface list because the performance of the Komplete Audio 2 is as slick as its looks, and though the features are basic, it does its job admirably. And when you consider the excellent software bundle, it's great value.

Sold Out

5. Yamaha Steinberg UR22C USB Audio Interface

Steinberg has updated its UR audio interface line with USB 3.0 variants for PC, Mac, and iOS devices. The UR22C is the most cost-effective of the bunch.
Each interface features USB Type-C connectivity (or USB 3.1 Gen 1 SuperSpeed, to give it its full name) and audio resolution of 32 bits/192 kHz. There's also MIDI I/O and DSP, which may be utilised to create zero-latency effects for monitoring. The dspMixFx mixer may be used to access these.
The UR22C is a 2-in/2-out audio interface, as expected. There are two balanced line outputs and two balanced Neutrik combo inputs, each with a Yamaha D-PRE mic preamp.

The UR22C is the finest audio interface for you if you want something that can be thrown in a bag without danger of breaking.

Sold Out

6. MOTU M2 2x2 USB-C Audio Interface

The M2 and M4 bring MOTU's commitment to quality to a smaller, more accessible USB interface. MOTU is renowned for professional-grade interfaces rather than entry-level devices, but the M2 and M4 bring that dedication to quality to a smaller, more accessible USB interface. The high-resolution front-panel level metres are the most appealing feature, since they let you to better monitor your input gain while recording to minimise digital clipping. Individual +48v phantom power switches are excellent, and each channel has its own one-touch direct monitoring. This means you can monitor your recording straight with only one button click, without having to worry about latency.

The M2 also doesn't require or come with any third-party installers, which is a big benefit if you don't want to deal with another piece of software. However, loopback through a driver is supported, which is a significant bonus. It also includes MOTU Performer Lite and Ableton Live 10 Lite, so it's ideal for absolute novices.

Sold Out

7. Universal Audio Volt 276 USB-C Audio Interface

The Volt series is aimed at the budget market, and we're looking at the Volt 176 and 276 here. These have a completely distinct appearance and feel than other UA interfaces, and they serve a very different purpose. There is no onboard software processing, no plugin hosting, and no Console software. These are plug-and-play, with UA's outstanding preamps and, in the case of these two devices, inbuilt analogue processing.

On the front, there are dual XLR/TRS inputs (one for the 176), phantom power, instrument controls, and a headphone jack. Stereo outputs, a USB connector, and MIDI In/Out ports are located on the rear of the device. Both interfaces are bus powered and come with included software like as Ableton Live Lite, Melodyne Essential, and other instruments and effects such as Spitfire Audio's LABS.

With the 76 Compressor, you may pick between 1176-style Vocal, Guitar, Fast, or Off one-button compression, each with its own distinct flavour. The Vintage option emulates UA's classic 610 channel's tube emulation, gentle saturation, and top-end lift.

Sold Out

8. Audient iD4mkII USB-C Audio Interface

The iD4 MkII is a basic two-input/two-output audio interface with a mic preamp – replete with phantom power for utilising condenser mics – as well as an instrument level DI for plugging in your guitar or bass, as well as a clever scroll wheel for tweaking settings in your programme. There's also a primary output for your speakers as well as separate headphone outputs.

The whole device is powered by USB-C, and it can also be used with an iPhone or iPad if you have Apple's camera connection kit. The studio devilry, on the other hand, is in the details: Audient has truly thought about everything in terms of value and usability, making what is a cheap solution feel anything but. The Audient iD4 MkII is the greatest USB audio interface we've seen for a long time at this pricing.

Sold Out

9. PreSonus Studio 24c USB-C Audio Interface

The PreSonus Studio 24C audio interface is a workhorse. It lacks some of the more opulent features of its rivals, but it's made to last, with an all-metal chassis and rubber feet that keep it firmly planted on your desk.

PreSonus' Universal Control software also has loopback, which gives you more internal signal routing possibilities if you undertake any audio job other than music production, such as streaming or podcasting. It's a fantastic inexpensive option, especially if you can locate it secondhand.