Which audio card are you using with your VCI-100
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    Default Which audio card are you using with your VCI-100

    Guys I'm curious what audio cards you are using in your setups. If you have tried a few could you tell me a bit about each and why you ended up with your current piece?

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    I think the overwhelming answer will be an Audio 2.

    1. Great Sound
    2. Super portable
    3. Priced great
    4. If all you use is a VCI (internal mixing setup), it gives provides everything you need
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    Quote Originally Posted by haze324 View Post
    I think the overwhelming answer will be an Audio 2.

    1. Great Sound
    2. Super portable
    3. Priced great
    4. If all you use is a VCI (internal mixing setup), it gives provides everything you need
    summed up nicely


    EDIT: please use the search, as this topic has come up more than once in the last couple of years!

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    Your right the search shows this topic has been discussed but they are old post. I want to know if things have changed since those conversations.

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    no worries, just wanted to point it out before any flaming started and people pull out the troll spray

    there honestly hasn't been too many new 'dj' soundcards released on the market in the last 18-24 months. if any there were the new native instruments cards, which for all intents and purposes are basically revisions of their existing dj line (with extra ins/outs).

    as is pointed out above, if you are only going to be mixing 2 decks interanally (or externally) i would suggest you go the NI audio 2. its tried and true and in most peoples experience - reliable & with great sound output. it has the same audio processor as its bigger brothers (just without the in/outs required for running extra channels externally & for using dvs).

    it will come highly recommended by many. guaranteed.

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    Audio kontrol 1
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    Quote Originally Posted by haze324 View Post
    I think the overwhelming answer will be an Audio 2.

    1. Great Sound
    2. Super portable
    3. Priced great
    4. If all you use is a VCI (internal mixing setup), it gives provides everything you need
    What he said!
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    Are there any high end audio interfaces? Is there even a market for them?

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    what do you mean by high end? If you mean studio production level then yes, there's a market for them, but they cost an absolute bomb.
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