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    sound card help

    im planing to change my creative audigy 1 to something better..im using it more to music production ,fruity loops & sonar ..i came across 3 sound card
    >esi maya44
    >esi juli@
    >m audio audiophile 192k

    what i also need is a headphone output as i usually use it for monitoring.i wont me recording much external because will use mostly vst`s sound instruments..
    my budget is >$250
    so which sound card can recomend me?

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    Echo Miamidi.

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    does it have asio in it?
    heard that katong have this..

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    echo miamidi (Don't get the non-midi version! i accidentally wasted a softie's time once meet up then realised it's non midi) is good.

    yes katong shopping centre, take a lift up. Kevin of Swizer Tech. but you gotta call first. get number from echoaudio.com
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    Yes, it has ASIO drivers. The one without midi is called Echo Mia - and that has been discontinued. Miamidi has midi in and out (hence called Miamidi). Swizer is at Katong Shopping Center, but Kevin is very nice and can deliver it to a convenient place for you to pick up.

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    How about Auzentech's x-plosion, it even has a digital-out, lol. really sweet sound card, great for music.

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    then how about esi maya 44
    seems interesting

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    my stand is with mia midi. I know 2 people using this. and at least 4 people using echo brand (including myself last time). you can choose to play guinea pig or go with the tried and tested heheh.
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    M-audio is also pretty decent. Yes, ESI is also OK.

    I've used Echo over the past 6 years. No problems, low latency, good price, great support both from Kevin and from Echo directly (can't remember the guy's name, but he's extremely helpful and very fast in responding - the need for support is nothing to do with defective product, more of my blurness). In fact, I'm going to get another Echo - Gina 3G (my 3rd Echo purchase). I would get RME if they are not so expensive... So I'm with blueprintstudio and endorse Echo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheez View Post
    M-audio is also pretty decent. Yes, ESI is also OK.

    I've used Echo over the past 6 years. No problems, low latency, good price, great support both from Kevin and from Echo directly (can't remember the guy's name, but he's extremely helpful and very fast in responding - the need for support is nothing to do with defective product, more of my blurness). In fact, I'm going to get another Echo - Gina 3G (my 3rd Echo purchase). I would get RME if they are not so expensive... So I'm with blueprintstudio and endorse Echo.
    since everyone here recomends the echo i think i should get it..btw any headphone out because im using that to monitor..
    and whats the price range

    at the same time mwts my audigy 1 with in/out box..can pm me ur price
    thx

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