Variation - Most hassle-free soundcard?

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by Strung Up, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. Strung Up

    Strung Up Member

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    OK, you recording vets must be sick of the 'what soundcard should I buy' question that seems to pop up on any recording BB before the posts are cold on previous identical question, but . . .

    independent of price-point and # of I/O's, can those of you with real world experience offer which ones work best for you; session-after-session?

    (This would be for a fairly beefy PC running XP.)

    Thanks!
     
  2. wilder

    wilder Member

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    I've had a ridiculously easy time with several of the M-Audio PCI cards. I haven't tried other brands for this reason.
     
  3. Scott Peterson

    Scott Peterson Administrator ^/|\^ Co-Founder of TGP Staff Member

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    Never had a problem with M-Audio Delta 10/10.

    I have used Lynx Audio's cards for over 2 years now, much prefer the sound quality and just as easy to use. Killer driver support on the WIN XP platform.
     
  4. straticus

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    I haven't had any problems with my Aardvark Q10 pro .......... other than the fact that they're out of business that is.:rolleyes:
     
  5. jeffhef

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    I have an M-Audio revolution 7.1 that works like a charm. Easy config and sounds great.
     

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