Solid State Logic SSL2+ Audio Interface

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Whether you're just starting out as a performer or already have an impressive collection of gear, you need the right piece to bring it together into your computer. So why settle for an inferior audio interface?

Solid State Logic have been making extraordinary audio gear for decades. Their legendary electronics wizardry comes to your computer via this USB audio interface. Hear what SSL does best with the SSL 2+: powerful and clean microphone pre-amps for use with your favorite mics, pristine A/D and D/A converters for huge dynamic range, and a switch that activates circuitry to give your audio a taste of that 4000 Series console sound. Naturally, both inputs have +48V phantom power if needed, and you can record up to 24 bits at 192 kHz.

Simply plug your mics or instruments into the SSL 2+, plug the included USB cable into a port on your computer, and rock away! The "4K" switch activates an analog circuit to give you the same kind of sound quality you'd get from SSL's acclaimed 4000 series consoles.

It is fantastic for everything from piano to vocals to electric and acoustic guitar. Pair it with high-quality microphones and prepare to be blown away.

We know you only want the very best when recording your performances, and so do we. You can't beat the quality and sound of the SSL 2+ USB interface. Rent it and tell all of your friends that you recorded your latest album on an SSL!

Included with your rental:

  • Solid State Logic SSL 2+ Desktop 2x4 USB Type-C Audio/MIDI Interface
  • USB C to USB C cable
  • USB C to USB A cable

Additional Information

Brand Solid State Logic
Accessory Type Audio
Weight (lbs) 2.0

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User Manual

Solid State Logic SSL2+ User manual (pdf download)

This is a "class-compliant" device, and does not need drivers if you are using a Mac. For Windows drivers, go to and get the drivers you will need to get this unit working properly with your computer.

Mac Troubleshooting

Here is a great article from our friends at Sweetwater with some tips for troubleshooting audio interface problems on the Mac OS: