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The Novation Audiohub looks like a decent bit of kit (and according to their website it is the same on the inside as my focusrite 2i4) but it requires external power, Regards, Theo Crow74, Aug 25, 2004 #3 miasm NI Product Owner Messages: 176 Until recently I used a Macintosh 800 mhz G4 and I could go to about 7 or Top The Egg Gold subscriber Minister of Gerbil Affairs Posts: 2020 Joined: Sun Apr 06, 2008 4:46 pm Re: Sound Card advice Quote #19 Mon Apr 06, 2015 9:29 am Silverstone TJ08-EW [email protected] 1.375v - Z170-GENE - 2x8g 3866 16-16-16 - [email protected] 2100\9600MHz -Samsung 830 64G, Sandisk Ultra II 960G, WD Green 3tb - Seasonic XP1050 - Dell U2713 - Pioneer have a peek here

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StringBlow, Aug 27, 2004 #11 PhoenixGTR NI Product Owner Messages: 571 My current system is Athlon XP 2600+ (2.1GHz)with 1GB RAM, but I had the Audiophile installed in my previous system Both are not as pricey as the Xonar DG or Xonar Essence STX, so take your pick. I just bought the new dual 2.5 G5 and I have it now set to 3 ms and the sound is fine.. I would like to use Guitar Rig like the Line6 Pod.

Learn more Special Deals! thewaystudio / So much gear, so little time! 11 Dance remix - mixing/sound advice needed! (sound clip included) RainbowStorm / Work In Progress / Advice Requested / Show & Tell / The same might be true for many of Creative's offerings.edit: actually at a glance it seems all of the Z series is good. You can set the latency to pretty much whatever you like..

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Top rahulahl Silver subscriber Gerbil Team Leader Topic Author Posts: 235 Joined: Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:57 am Location: Australia Re: Sound Card advice Quote #14 Mon Apr 06, 2015 Even the Xonar DG supports something in the range of 32~150Ω impedance. Gold subscriber Administrator Posts: 46683 Joined: Tue Aug 20, 2002 10:51 pm Location: Somewhere, having a beer Re: Sound Card advice Quote #28 Mon Apr 06, 2015 12:15 pm Sounds like Intel i7 4790KMAXIMUS VII RANGER motherboardEVGA GTX 108016GB Ram550Watt Seasonic PSUAsus Rog Swift PG278QWindows 10 Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by

Currently I use onboard sound from an Asus Rog Maximus VII Ranger.Its pretty good, but people say that a sound card is much better. I only mention this because you may not consider some more-expensive, foolish-seeming sound cards, and then might need to spend the money anyway. Figure out first what type of inputs you might need and then search for those features finding the best price of course. So, I would say that you need a 4-out soundcard for that.

Both are not as pricey as the Xonar DG or Xonar Essence STX, so take your pick. navigate here Back to top #2 noskcaj noskcaj Primarch Atomican 1,260 posts Location:Armidale, New South Wales Posted 11 January 2013 - 05:57 PM Whatever the top xonar for you price is my pick. As has been suggested, the Soundblaster Z or the Xonar series (almost any of them) are good choices. but i think i can see the 2 angles, yours and Dasa, ie: if you want the card to do the decoding for the DD then optical is not a good

Direct Monitoring : I do not speak about the option found in sequencers, but to the possibility to listen to incoming audio without the need to go through drivers etc (direct I hope it helps anyway. At the minute I have no external sound card and am looking to buy one. http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-ethernet-card-conflict.html Apply Today Subject to credit approval.

Unfortunately, the latency is quite annoying (around 11 ms). The thing to remember is this: If you like the way your stuff sounds, screw everyone else. Does this offer a similar level of customisation?

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But if you think my headset are good enough, then I would rather spend the money and get the DX. join now! One thing I did leave out is that it also has a software switch to go from Speakers to Headphones that really comes in handy so you do not have to through the HDMI through the soundcard.

I wave, but they don't slow down.-- Steven Wilson Top Captain Ned Gold subscriber Global Moderator Posts: 25003 Joined: Wed Jan 16, 2002 7:00 pm Location: Vermont, USA Re: Sound Create a username and password below and an account will be created and your post entered. Comparing my onboard Realtek ALC889 (Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3) to my Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium PCIe, the X-Fi simply sounds richer, punchier, clearer, and the instruments and vocals have audibly better separation. http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-and-video-card-conflicting.html miasm, Aug 25, 2004 #2 Crow74 New Member Messages: 3 In Guitar Rig preferences you can change the latency value's..

If you're willing to spend a bit more though, I'd point you towards the Sound Blaster Z or Xonar DX. d-in-my-pcMy take on the matter is that is DOES make a difference if your using analogue speakers, and decent ones at that. Is it an issue? I should probably be a bit more informed on a card I've already owned for a number of years.

But it's long term investment, and way ahead of the curve. Aside from that, ease of use and ability to use on multiple types of devices. I have never sync'd tractor and machine but I am now feeling the need I have ordered a Behringer CMD MM1 and wish to use Traktor's internal mixer. Windows XP PC.

My budget is around 300 dollars. As has been suggested, the Soundblaster Z or the Xonar series (almost any of them) are good choices.