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Gina 3G: is it a good choice?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by FniNe, Jan 26, 2005.

  1. FniNe

    FniNe Guest

    Hi!

    I was looking for some soundcards in the last few days, and it's hard for me to make a choice.

    I was checking the Gina 3G, WamiRack 192L, EMU 1820M... (cards around that budget) but I always hear so different opinions about them. For example, some people say 1820M is a great card, but other people say it's crap.

    I would like to know your guys opinion, and what sound card you'd go for.

    I'd appreciate your help... I have to take a decission in the next couple of days.

    Thanks a lot in advance!
     
  2. great converters, not so great pre-amps
     
  3. FniNe

    FniNe Guest

    Yeah... some other people told me the same thing about they preamps (especially about Gina 3G, the one I wanted to buy).

    What do you think about a TF Pro P3 preamp? (about use it instead the default Gina 3G preamp)


    Thanks a lot for your response!
     
  4. doubleJ

    doubleJ Active Member

    This may not help much, but a coworker uses the gina24 for editing and it seems like a very good card/interface. The gina24 doesn't have xlr ins, but with a little mixer connected to it, the audio quality seems very good for the price. I certainly wouldn't think that the pres on the gina3 would be much, if any, worse than the little mixer he's added.
    JJ
     

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