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UA25EX made by Rollandwalk at any combo of names.
UAEX serves your bullet list best, it's the USB 2x2 that I suggest with our
line of products
but its also tiny and metal. Deal breaker is the UAEX pre amps are much
than Fast Track Pro... go listen for yourself and you will run to the
You can do 24bit with it too!
Geez I might make a bundlepak with Indamixxl Rollwalkandmixx?
On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 9:45 AM, S. Massy wrote:
> Hi all,
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br>but its also tiny and metal.=A0 Deal breaker is the UAEX pre amps are mu=
than Fast Track Pro... go listen for yourself and you will run to the UAEX2=
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ndamixxl Rollwalkandmixx?Thank youRonald StewartCreativ=
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On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 9:45 AM, S. Massy <lists@smas=
I'm in the market for a USB audio interface and I thought I'd come =
the well for advice.
Right now, the main two contenders in the race, because they're
available at my local music shop, are M-Audio Fasttrack Pro and
Roland/Edirol/cakewalk (they keep rebranding it, I think) UA25EX.
Because I've seen them come up on this list, I know they work fairly
well with Linux, but I was wondering which you would recommend, or if
there is another major contender I should know about.
- Works near flawlessly with Linux!
- 2 channels in / Stereo out
- reliable 24bit/48khz with "decent" preamps/converters
- Integrated Midi would be nice, but isn't absolutely necessary
- Phantom power on at least one input.
- $150-250 price range
The UA25EX is slightly more expensive than the M-audio, is it worth it?
Also, until recently, the Tascam US122L was in the race, but I found out
that the "MkII" is no longer class-compliant: can someone confirm=
All advice welcome.
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