Best controller with built in soundcard???
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    I want to buy a DJ Controller with built in soundcard so I can broadcast online. I particularly need the mic to broadcast. Does anyone have any ideas which is best to use. My set up is macbook pro, running snow leopard. I am currently running Traktor 1.2.7. I also have a budget of £200. Can anyone help. I was using a Hercule DJ Console MK 2, but it has now died.

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    £200 is not a big budget. MixTrack Pro. Fortunately sound card quality is not a big issue when DJ:ing, mostly stability. I doubt anyone needs 96kHz 24-bit output from a DJ controller.

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    Best controller with sound card: xone 4d. Price point maybe it is a problem.

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    Thanks Ksandvik. Looks ideal. Thanks Tito, I know the Xone 3d and 4d, but way out of my buget, but thanks anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksandvik View Post
    £200 is not a big budget. MixTrack Pro. Fortunately sound card quality is not a big issue when DJ:ing, mostly stability. I doubt anyone needs 96kHz 24-bit output from a DJ controller.
    Will this enable me to broadcast the mic online?

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    why not save a bit more and buy a ni s2?
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    £499. is a bit more that £200!!!

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    raise your budget a little and go with a VCI MKII. 4d is way out of your price range and a completely different animal. I own one and I don't consider it that portable. You can easily fit the VCI in a napsack or laptop bag

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