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Re: Firewire audio interface recommendations
thanks so much for all the recommendations, I'm sure I'll find something great to use now.
The audiofire 4 looks really good, but I'm wondering if it would be better to just pay 350 and get something with one more in set and one more out set, so it's future proofed. the portability of the audiofire 2 does appeal to me though, since it seems my macbook, kaoss pad, and that would be all i'd need to dj a live set or make some music. will its lack of a preamp cause any quality loss when recording back into the comp though?
On Sat, Oct 25, 2008 at 2:44 AM, Stephen Scott <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Haven't tried myself, but I have read a couple of anecdotes on various forums that mention insurmountable latency problems, although most reviews suggest that this isn't the case. I think the Omega is USB not firewire though.
> Has anyone tried the lexicon Omega?
> Looks like a good deal these days.
> (or is there some driver issue sending it to the bargain
> andy butler