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Kostis



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Whicn one? new
      #19740 - 23/09/04 12:22 AM
Ok a simple one...
I have 400 eyro.. Which sound card is the best at this money to go and buy?? For pc..With use with cubase...

Edited by Kostis (23/09/04 12:22 AM)


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Re: Whicn one? [Re: Kostis]
      #19779 - 23/09/04 03:12 AM
I think I'd skim the reviews here for that...

My personal recommendation would be a midlevel M-Audio card... A 44 or 66 with a midi interface, an Audiophile, etc...

This looks nice. {Tho, personally, I'd go for 24/96 sound}

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Re: Whicn one? new [Re: Rick Taylor]
      #19853 - 23/09/04 08:28 AM
The EMU 1820M is defintately worth looking at. Decent converters, built in DSP for effects, mic pre-amps. Loads more.


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Kostis



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Re: Whicn one? new [Re: Loudbox]
      #20740 - 23/09/04 10:10 PM
HEY thanks for the Emu 1820 suggestion ...
I think this is a cracking card mate !!!

BUT, is it good for music listening???

And also what does sos has tosay about these card??
Other opinions on this one?


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Re: Whicn one? new [Re: Kostis]
      #20746 - 23/09/04 10:16 PM
Have a look at the SOS review, Kostis, it was pretty complimentary


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Re: Whicn one? new [Re: Loudbox]
      #20765 - 23/09/04 10:41 PM
Quote Electrodaddy:

The EMU 1820M is defintately worth looking at. Decent converters, built in DSP for effects, mic pre-amps. Loads more.




I second that.


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Kostis



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Re: Whicn one? new [Re: Up!]
      #20811 - 24/09/04 12:16 AM
hey igor...

i cant find the review where did you see it anyway???

I searched..and no results came out..

thanks for answering me, and igor


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