Reviews and Problems with FOCUSRITE SAFFIRE PRO 14 / FIREWIRE AUDIO INTERFACE
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Good Interface for the Price
Samwyz, B&H Photo
11 August 2015
Excerpt: Needed to replace my old Mbox2 and at first tried a cheaper option but the latency was too much to deal with. The Saffire was a much choice, and although the volume levels seems to be lower than the old interface, everything else seems great.
Excerpt: Great little device. I use it for home recording into Logic Pro 9. I've only been using it for a week now, but so far I'm having no problems. It's very simple, it gets the job done, and seems like a very sturdy piece of equipment at a great price. Just need to find a case for it....
Excerpt: It would be 5 stars except three things. 1. I get some noise feedback from when the mouse moves windows on the screen, similar to a standard motherboard based audio device. This occurs with very high levels, you don't normally notice it with normal audio levels. 2.
Excerpt: I'm not a pro in music production, i just started a while ago and this interface does pretty much everything i need it to do, it has nice pre amps and its firewire, i read a lot of reviews on which interface to purchase and i ended up getting this one, a purchase i don't regret.
Excerpt: I use my Saffire Pro to create lots of different genres of music. It is fast, accurate, and sounds amazing. The preamps also make guitar and vocals sound wonderful. It is also the most sturdy inexpensive interface i have found.
Pros: Easy To Collaborate Across Programs, Easy to Customize, Easy to Navigate, Versatile
Excerpt: I personally bought this for as an audio interface for Ableton Live 8. So far it's been great. No weird audio glitches, it's been stable, the audio routing is detailed but comprehensive at the same time, so setting up cue out and main outs are a breeze.