What are Thunderbolt audio interfaces?
What is a Thunderbolt Audio Interface? Thunderbolt Audio Interfaces are devices that act as the conduit between an audio source (such as a microphone or DJ mixer) or destination (such as a pair of speakers or an external recorder) and your computer (connecting via a Thunderbolt port).
Can I use Thunderbolt as audio interface?
The Thunderbolt audio interface is the central interface for recording and playing audio signals in and out of your computer.
Are Thunderbolt interfaces better than USB?
The differences between a USB and Thunderbolt interfaces are purely technical. Fundamentally, the functions of both mediums are exactly the same; the difference comes in the speed in which its work is done. This is known as ‘latency’.