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The Leap Back In Studio Headphones
Old 17th September 2011
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The Leap Back In

Hello All !

It has been a while since I have really spent time here on this forum, some of you may know almost a year ago I had to part ways with my beautiful maturing rack due to a car accident back on the 24th of December 2010. I had just made the switch over to a more high end hybrid setup not more than 4 months before the accident. Due to a limited amount in savings and The car being totaled I had to sell all my rack gear pictured in my Avatar to help purchase a vehicle.

On to the main point...

I want to get back into Audio as a hobby rather then a part time business and am looking to keep things in the modest range

I am already planning on A lunchbox filled with pres, Eq's and Comps However I am wavering on my old way of conversion. I had an Echo AF12 which I loved dearly... It was stable clear and filled my needs but I am leaning more towards a PCI card for stability and less cpu usage.

My main issue is I do not know much about PCi cards and need to be steered in the right direction. I would like to keep the card in the sub 1k range...

I need stability,
Clarity as good if not better than My Echo AF
and the Ability to expand, basically enough IO for my lunchbox and monitoring.

Please help oh wise ones
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