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lynx aurora 16 v echo audio fire 12

I will be looking to upgrade converters, and want to record up to max 10 channels at once and run out 16 channels for mixing.

Both these units seem to get support-but there is a huge cost differential, even hooking up 2 echo's-which would give 24 analog outs for mixing.

Has anyone tested the converters in the 2 and come to any conclusions? Also what is the latency difference, I would expect the echo as firewire to be worse?

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probably gonna buy the audiofire 8 today. Iveheard nothing but great things about the converters- im also interested in finding out how they stack up against the lynx
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I have the Echo Layla 3g, which has the same converters as the Audiofires. They sound quite nice but they are not in the same league as the Lynx Aurora.
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