Best bang for your buck Soundcard
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    Default Best bang for your buck Soundcard

    Currently Running the BRIDGE with Serato, using the aux port on my SL3 as the audio card, hardly touching my cdjs;
    Whats a good soundcard for running straight ableton?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DjOtis View Post
    Currently Running the BRIDGE with Serato, using the aux port on my SL3 as the audio card, hardly touching my cdjs;
    Whats a good soundcard for running straight ableton?
    The SL3 would be perfect for Ableton, but I'm assumming you are selling it right?

    If you only need outputs you can't do much better than the Audio2 for 100 bucks.

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    What he said.
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    RME fireface are pretty amazing

    if you want to spend heaps of money
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