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Audio Interface to replace a Tascam US-122?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by JSRockit, Jul 23, 2005.

  1. JSRockit

    JSRockit Guest

    I currently have a Tascam US-122 and am looking to upgrade. I would like S/PDIF ins and outs and don't want to spend more than $250-300. Also, it needs 24-bit capabilities. Some of the M-Audio FW stuff is appealing, but I have heard there are problems with the drivers for OS X and are just problematic. Any ideas?
     
  2. Ness

    Ness Guest

    Doesn't 250 -300 put you back in the same price range of the US-122 (which is the best for the money in that price range in my opinion). I guess you can sell the 122 on ebay and get 150 dollars.

    I would be interested to the outcome of this thread. I would like to upgrade as well.
     
  3. JSRockit

    JSRockit Guest

    Basically I sold the Tascam and bought an Edirol UA-25. The US-122 didn't have digital ins and outs...and the UA-25 does... so I can get a decent AD / DA converter now.
     
  4. Ness

    Ness Guest

    Did you sell it on ebay or localy, and about how much did it go for?
     
  5. JSRockit

    JSRockit Guest

    Sold the Tascam for $140 on ebay.
     
  6. Ness

    Ness Guest

    Oh thats not bad at all. I think i'll just have sell mine before its resale value drops too much. I would like to free up my USB ports and go for a firewire device.
     

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