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    Hi i am looking to look up my pc to my qsc speakers . I do not want to use headphone out but want to have good quality outs like xlrs . any suggestions ?

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    Do you need any inputs?
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    may be one or for mic . i may what to record voce for radio program but i do not to any guitar or midi recording so not nessesery but i may use one or two.

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    Motu would be your best bet I'd. Decent price, good quality and they have a wide range of products with different I/O's so you should be able to find what you're looking for

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    thanks guys NI seemed to be made for djs. right?

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    That particular NI card I linked is geared towards producers.
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    For what you want, I'd get the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2.

    I own one and like it okay, though I might trade it with a friend for an older FW interface. It sounds fine, has 2 pretty transparent sounding mic pres, and a big analog volume control. It works fine on OS X, though it occasionally requires a restart (a lot of USB sound cards do that under Lion). Low latency performance could be better, but it's not bad.

    IMHO, it's the best card you're going to get for ~$100.

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    Thanks Man but i am looking for around 300-400 range good quality that will last me for a while

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    The $300 level isn't a jump in quality over the $100 level unless you're going to be using firewire. The next jump happens at around $600.

    At least, that's how I see/hear it.

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