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    A Good Soundcard pick

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    Whats a BEST BUY for a soundcard needing :

    MIDI, Phantom Power, MicPreamp, 2 XLR and also 2 1/4" inputs for guitars. Also needs to be great quality. Please help!


    I looked at this one :
    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...base_id/105150

    But i want something way better!


    Does anyone like this one :
    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/242511/
    Last edited by Skettalee; 01-04-2005 at 01:47 PM.

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    dont u have the m-box interface?

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    Way better eh? Get the FireFace.

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    I do have an Mbox but I dont like how it doesnt have MIDI and I cant use it in cubase. Pisses me off. I have Midi on my Delta 1010LT but i dont have phantom power on it. Crap huh? I got Phantom on the mbox though. I want an all in one thing though that works with anything and then have the mbox for doing what I want with protools!

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    Originally posted by Sanguis Mortuum
    Emu 1820m?

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    So you unsure? I need someone to be sure of what they suggest to me!

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    I have the 1820m and the 1212m and am rather pleased . They need a little more work on their drivers and it they be way ahead of the pack for anything in the same price range .


    edit - and for an extra $100 you get the Emulator X sampler
    Last edited by erbium; 01-05-2005 at 08:46 AM.

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    Thanx alot. I will look into these things!

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    i think the 1820M is the best choice. i have the E-mu1212m pretty mcuh the same xept without pre amps

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