m-audio profire 2626
I had been using a profire 2626 for the past 12 years or so. I switched to the Behringer UMC1820 because it plays a little nicer with Linux.
The Behringer seems to have more low-mids in the output than the Profire 2626 did. It's a little off-putting to my ears. I was very accustomed to the old sound. I'm hesitant to call the Behringer muddy in comparison, but it might be.
1. Is it common for different output devices to have different frequency profiles? It sort of makes sense, but I didn't expect that.
I am going to go with the M-audio 2626 mainly cause it is compatible with Pro Tools. Any advice or input you have before i make the finals purchase?
As the title of the thread states... ProFire 2626 vs. FireStudio 2626. I am looking to buy a high end interface soon and have been reading a lot of reviews on the potential units that I may buy.
One obvious advantage to the profire would be Pro Tools... Although I have read that the pres on the firestudio are amazing. Others say that the profire's pres are really good too.. but I wanted to get everyones opinion before I made a decision.
I had originally thought of buying a 003R and getting some extra preamps for it, such as a digimax fs or fmr rnp. iv been wanting to get back into pro tools but that way is kinda expensive. so i was thinking of a profire from m-audio. i noticed m-powered is pretty much the same as le, just with out the music production tool kit. so i thought id save close to 1000Euro and go with the fire pro. one thing i didnt notice is that there is no S/PDIF on profire, but it says on the site there is. if anyone knows can they please explain how it works with the fire pro?