The Vocaster Two Studio is tailored to newcomers to the broadcasting routine. The labeling of the controls hints at proper usage (Host/Guest) instead of mere functionality (Mic 1/Mic 2), and everything is arranged according to how a broadcaster looks at things.
The Vocaster Two audio interface is a bus-powered Type-C USB device, but it’s atypical in that there are no quarter-inch line level or guitar inputs. These aren’t particularly pertinent to broadcasting, so why bother? That also means mic inputs are pure XLR, not the combo XLR/quarter-inch that are so common these days. There is a 3.5mm stereo “Phone” (as in cell phone) input that can function as a line-in jack. The front of the device has two quarter-inch stereo headphone jacks on the front, and two balanced (TRS, Tip/Ring/Sleeve) quarter-inch outputs for powered speakers. That much will be familiar to the pure musical crowd.