Lewitt Connect 6 Review: New and Amazing Audio Interface from Lewitt! (2023)

Lewitt Connect 6

Lewitt Connect 6 Review

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.
  • 2 Studio-quality preamps
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 220 x 42.5 x 110 mm
  • Weight: 0.4 kg
  • Color: Black

Lewitt Connect 6 Review

The new Lewitt Connect 6 dual USB-C audio interface is available now and came out as a surprise from this brand. We didn’t expect to get an audio interface from them, since they are known for producing microphones, but we will be happy to look into it and give you some more insights about it. 

To briefly go over the basic features of this audio interface, it has both analog and digital connectivity, it has onboard DSP with studio-grade preamps and this audio interface provides musicians and creators with versatility that is unmatched at this time.

With the Connect 6, you will be getting some virtual channels, a mixer, a loopback feature, and everything that needs to be found on an audio interface to produce some good music and expand your creativity.

These can be assessed from the Control Center software that is also included with the unit where you will be able to find some optimal settings using the auto setup feature that it has.

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Connect 6 Design and Features

To start with the design side of this unit, it looks really unusual and it does not have the casual interface look as with its competitors. With the Connect 6 unit, there are various ledges and cut-off corners that are making this audio interface look different compared to the others. To be completely honest there is nothing too generic about this unit and you will be getting something really different.

On it, you will be able to find two separate USB-C ports where one for your computer connection and the other one for your mobile device. You can also use your phone or tablet and you can easily integrate this unit with your studio setup and not lose any of the audio quality.

For modern-era usages such as streaming on social media, you will be able to capture the audio directly to your phone. Also, there are a lot of connection features that are added for the sake of streaming and podcasting. The XLR Jack combo inputs are used mainly for connecting microphones and they are coming with two studio-ready preamps that will give you high-quality audio signals.

133dBV EIN and 72dB of gain are there for each preamp so you will not need to add additional signal boosters to elevate the sound. As I already mentioned, the Connect 6 software will be there to give you the best settings for the voice or instrument you are recording simply by activating the auto setup.

The 1/8 inch Aux input can be used to connect a stereo source if you have the need. Also, you will be able to send and receive audio files between your computer and your phone exits as per Lewitt Development Team. The Connect 6 application is also supported by both iOS and Android devices as well.

Lewitt Connect 6 Rear Side
Lewitt Connect 6 Rear Side

Connect 6 Sound

When it comes to sound, the connect 6 units will easily help you to create great-sounding audio signals and improve your music production for streaming/podcasting purposes. What we really think about this unit is the auto setup that is there to assist you if you do not know how to set up your gain or volumes before recording.

This is a really good feature when it comes to engineers that are just starting in the business and are complete beginners, and that will guide them to make the correct settings before recording.

With its DSP functionality, you will have low latency on the effects and also you will have zero latency on all the compressors, equalizers, expenders, and maximizers and you will have seamless routing, mixing, mastering, and monitoring as well.

All of the latest technologies are being used in this unit so you will not need to worry about that part. For the price that it comes, you will be getting a nice audio interface that will help you out with recording clear signals like vocals and instruments.

Connectivity and Routing

In terms of connectivity in routing, there are some interesting options that are designed for streaming and podcasting. With the building DSP, you will be able to mix the microphone input with any audio from your computer or mobile device or any other source that you will have at hand.

That means that you can capture the audio directly from the games or from any Zoom calls. That can be done with the computer-simulated virtual stereo channels that are in total of 3.

Also, you will be able to create two separate mixes – for example, one for monitoring and one directly to the streaming platform; and everything can be done through the Control Center software.

Control Central Software
Control Central Software
Lewitt Connect 6 Brief Features:

  • For home recording and content creation
  • Powerful hardware-based DSP for routing, mixing, latency-free effects
  • Auto Setup selects optimal settings for voice, vocal or instrument recording
  • Full audio integration of mobile devices incl. charging via USB-C
  • 2 Independent headphone outputs: 1x 6.35 mm jack and 1x 3.5 mm mini jack
  • 2 x Balanced speaker outputs: 6.35 mm jack
  • 1 x Stereo aux input for additional audio devices: 3.5 mm mini jack
  • 3 x Virtual stereo channels
  • 1 x Loopback channel

Why You Need the Lewitt Connect 6

If you are a streamer, gamer, or person that needs ease of usability when it comes to recording or producing vocals and instruments, Connect can help you out with that point. Having so many features in a small box is really amazing and it gives so much that we are truly flabbergasted.

Also, the DSP system will ease up the process on your computer and you might not need to worry that much about how your software will perform, cause the interface itself can handle some of the weight on your processor. For around $300, you can get a really nice portable unit for your studio!

9.1Expert Score
Lewitt Connect 6 Review

The Lewitt CONNECT 6 Dual USB-C audio interface is available now. With extensive analog and digital connectivity, onboard DSP, and studio-grade preamps.

  • DSP System
  • Multiple Connectivity Features
  • Great Preamps
  • Fragile
  • Unusual Design


Lewitt delivered again. Even though they are better known for developing microphones, this is a unit that sets them away from the path they are known for. If you are already familiar with their microphone lines, you will know that this is also a unit that will deliver what was promised by the developer.

If you are having any additional questions about this unit, please let us know in the comment section below or reach out to Lewitt customer service for more detailed answers.


Nikoloski is the founder and main content writer and editor of Mixing Tips. With his experience in audio engineering, mixing, and mastering for over 15 years, will provide hands-on experience and expertise in all the matters covered on this website.

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