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What is the difference between Serato SL1, SL2, SL3?


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Serato SL1

USB 1.1 full speed audio interface.
94 dB dynamic range on line out.
Maximum audio output: 2 Vrms.
16-bit 44.1 kHz converters.
Mic input for recording or LiveFeed.
Independent thru connections.
Select CD or Vinyl Control.
Optional power supply.

Serato SL3

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.
Taken from DJ Forums... I have no idea about sl2 though.



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Sl2 is basically the sL3 minus the auxiliary channel. Rane is phasing out the sl1 and replacing it with the sl2. Basically you get a 2 stereo channel box with 24 bit 48 kHz sound.

The sl4 has 5 stereo channels plus 2 USB inputs