What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Steinberg CI1 USB Audio Interface?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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10th Sep 2016

Complete headphone newb here. A while back I picked up up studio mic for my home computer and came to find that I needed something called a “USB Audio Interface” to make it run. Ended up acquiring a Steinberg Cl1 interface. Fast forward to a several months ago when I purchased a pair of Sennheiser 598s and come to find they work best with a headphone amp. My question is this: Does the USB audio interface I purchased also function as a headphone amp? Fiddling with the knobs, I can definitely change the sound coming through the headphones but am unclear exactly what these pieces of hardware do and how to optimize them.

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17th Mar 2015

If that is your budget, then you can find a pretty good interface for around the £50-70 area.

I have YAMAHA HS7 studio monitors and I run them through the Steinberg Ci1 interface and its perfect, USB, not too big or space consuming, 2 x TRS slots for the monitors L+R, quarter inch phones jack, you can check out all the specs here:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Steinberg-CI1-502004294-Hardware/dp/B003WI3LNU/ref=sr_1_1?s=musical-instruments&ie=UTF8&qid=1426593749&sr=1-1&keywords=steinberg+ci1

I found it for £59 on amazon, think this would suit you perfectly

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16th Mar 2017

I have this as an audio interface but how do i take the sound coming from my computer out without using the outs for the speakers?
https://www.amazon.com/Steinberg-CI1-USB-Audio-Interface/dp/B003WI3LNU

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30th Dec 2015

Audacity is a free software you can use. There are interfaces available that can be as cheap as $50-$100 to connect your guitar via USB. I personally have one of these Steinberg CL1‘s and it works just fine.

You could try over at /r/audioengineering.