Is an Audio 2 sufficient?
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    Default Is an Audio 2 sufficient?

    So I've got an X1 and a mixtrack pro, but I'm replacing my mixtrack pro with a xone 22 mixer. In that case, I need a soundcard also.

    I notice they discontinued the audio 4, so it's between audio 2 and audio 6. All I really need is cue, and RCA for speakers

    Is there any reason to go for an Audio 6 with this setup? I'd rather not fork over an extra 150$ for some outputs/inputs I won't use/don't need.

    Anyone care to explain what the benefits would or if there is any need? I've never owned a soundcard and don't know much about it.

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    You can buy a used Audio 4 for relatively cheap. 100-150.

    Audio 2 should be enough though. Send out two signals on the audio 2 to the two separate channels and headphoens into the mixer I think.

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    wanna use time code? audio 4

    happy using the X1? audio 2

    both are great soundcards

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    I would love an Audio 4, but I cannot for the life of me find one used or new for sale, anywhere at all.

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    Haha.. I just sold my Audio 4. It was weird... there was like a TON of audio 4 and 6 going on eBay and now there's absolutely none.

    There's a few Audio 6 though.

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    discontinuing the audio 4 was a dick move. mine is in a good home now
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