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Need a good soundcard

Discussion in 'Recording' started by pizdac, Aug 7, 2006.

  1. pizdac

    pizdac Guest

    Hello
    I Need to get a better soundcard for my studiorecording. So far I have used a simple realtec card, but I have experienced lots of this background noice, as the one you hear from your speakers when you turn the volume to max.
    So could anyone suggest me a good soundcard?
    It should have the best quality avaible, with midi, surround and all those things...
    The price could go up to 300$

    Thank you in advance ;)
     
  2. pizdac

    pizdac Guest

    Or could anyone tell me what they use?
     
  3. TeddyG

    TeddyG Well-Known Member

    Look at the stuff from Lynx.

    I have a LynxOne, that I'll be upgrading to a LynxTwo, at some point(More analog I/O available in several configurations.).

    If 2 analog channels are enough(Or 1 stereo), along with a digital I/O(You can run both digital channels and both analog channels at once - total 4 channels), the L-22, might be worth looking into. Less pricey than the Two's, newer than the One's. If you need more I/O, the Lynx Aurora's(Converters) can help, along with their other devices...

    Sound card-wise, Lynx is about as good as it gets - they're worth their price and tech support is very fine.

    TG
     
  4. roguescout

    roguescout Guest

    Three letters that will change your life:



    RME



    Check 'em out @ http://www.synthax.com or http://www.rme-audio.com

    Nuff' said.[/b]
     

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