Friday, 3 April 2009

SL 3 Interface for Serato Scratch Live

The latest product from the leaders of digital DJ-ing. An updated version of the original SL 1 interface, the SL 3 packs in a while load of new features, improving the sound quality, set-up time, and the overall performance...I'm pretty excited!


USB 2.0 high speed audio interface.
Improved dynamic range: 104 dB.
Maximum audio output: 3 Vrms (hotter output).
24-bit 44.1 or 48 kHz converters.
Aux Input for Live Mix Recording or LiveFeed.
Aux Output allows use of the Sample Player as a Virtual Deck.
Aux Output opens the door for future expansion and creative configurations.
High-grade phono preamps upgrade the performance of most mixers.
Software switchable Direct Thru connections: less cable required.
Independent Line / Phono-level selection for each input for greater flexibility.
Galvanic isolation prevents computer noise from interfering with audio path.
Soft carry case included.
Includes international power supply: best performance and easy transfer between DJs.

Gizmo from Skratchworx managed to corner Sam from Serato at the NAMM convention to give us a more detailed description.

The SL 3 is now available from all good retailers for the pricely sum of $699/€699/£749....Yeah, £749! I really need to befriend an American...

EDIT! It's available for the semi-pricely sum of £599. Maybe they'll give me discount for blogging about it, eh?

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