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    Default Soundcards question

    I recently bought an X-Session MIDI mixer for use with Traktor/Torq and I need to get a soundcard in order to split the output between the master and headphone channels.

    I live in Tokyo and saw the following soundcards in a local store:
    - Creative Blaster Digital Music LX - $47
    - Creative Blaster Digital Music PX - $66
    - Creative Blaster Digital Music X-Fi Surround 5.1 - $84
    - Onkyo Wavio SE-U33GX - $107
    - Creative Blaster Digital Music SX - $112
    - Creative Blaster Digital Music X-Fi Xtreme Audio Notebook - $121

    Was wondering if anyone here has used any of these before or if you guys have any advice on any other reasonably priced soundcards (around $100). I'll just be using it for home DJ use at the moment and maybe try messing around with some production in the future.

    Thanks for your help!

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    Moderators - could you please move my post into the "Digital Dj Gear" forum? I have posted it in the wrong forum, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eiretech View Post
    Moderators - could you please move my post into the "Digital Dj Gear" forum? I have posted it in the wrong forum, sorry.
    Thats where you originally posted it and i moved it, the digital dj gear thread isnt really for asking these sorts of questions so i moved it here.

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    Ok, thanks BentoSan. You're one step ahead of me First post, so I'll get the hang of the different forums soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eiretech View Post
    Ok, thanks BentoSan. You're one step ahead of me First post, so I'll get the hang of the different forums soon enough.
    Thats ok, you will probably get more replies in this thread anyway

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    Stay away from creative, terrible drivers.

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    BTW are you using a desktop or laptop? echo indigo dj is good if you have a laptop with a pcmcia port.

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    I agree with Mole, I have been using Echo Indigo DJ for about 2 yrs with no pops or drop outs

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    Id personally buy something thats dedicated to pro music as opposed to a consumer level device.

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    Thank you all for the helpful replies. It seems worthwhile so to pay the extra money for a proper sound card, rather than getting something aimed at general consumer level. I'll check out the Echo Indigo DJ too since I'm using a laptop. Thanks!

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