The last five or so years have really seen a huge spike in the number of gamers and content creators live streaming and producing content with improved production value. Oftentimes you will hear that a piece of content can suffer from sub-par video, as long as the audio is good, and I feel that that is quite accurate. In order to get into some advanced audio configurations, sometimes it is necessary to introduce additional pieces of hardware into your setup, and that is where the FIFINE AmpliGame SC3 comes into play. The SC3 is an audio mixer with multiple input and output options, including XLR, 3.5mm headset and line-in, line-out, and headphone monitoring. Being able to adjust input and output levels on the fly with a hardware device can come in handy when you don’t want to have to get out of one application to make an adjustment to your audio, and the SC3 is here for that. Follow along as we take a closer look at the AmpliGame SC3.
The AmpliGame SC3 comes packaged in a nice little box that features an image of the mixer on the top cover, along with a few feature call outs. I like the image of the mixer that FIFINE used on the box, as it shows the device all lit up, and the channel sliders in different positions, giving potential buyers a good look at the product inside. The rest of the box is void of any other information about the SC3.
Included along with the SC3 are a USB Type-C to Type-C cable that features a converter to allow use with Type-A connections, a 3.5mm TRS to TRSS cable, and a user guide pamphlet. The user guide will come in handy when it comes to using a few of the 12 buttons found on the SC3, as there is no software included with this device to make configuration changes.
The USB cable has your standard rubber covering, and I really like that the Type-C to Type-A adapter is molded onto the end of one side of the cable so that you can’t lose it.