By Frank Moolah

from Rock Town, USA

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Verified

ECHO for all my pro audio needs

 
5.0

PROS

  • Lightweight
  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Clear Sound
  • Versatile

CONS

BEST USES

  • Home Studio
  • Professional Recording

Comments:

I record vocals for up and coming talent. I needed a mobile and professional sound card. It's very easy to use. I used to own the echo indigo i/o and that was one of the best sound cards i ever owned in my life. This is very comparable to that except that u connect audiofire via firewire instead of express card.


By IRS

from Cambridge

About Me Experienced

Verified

AUDIOFIRE4

 
5.0

PROS

  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Clear Sound

CONS

BEST USES

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio

Comments:

I use this in my home studio. It was very easy to set up and it sounds great.


By SolidGoldstein

from NorCal

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Verified

Exactly what I've been looking for

 
5.0

PROS

  • Lightweight
  • Compact
  • Versatile
  • Easy To Use
  • Specs are best in class

CONS

  • none

BEST USES

  • Home Entertainment
  • Amateur Recording

Comments:

The latency with my TI firewire PCI card is higher than the previous M-Audio Delta card, but not bad. That card couldn't do much and it certainly didn't sound as good as this echo. I record guitar and vocals once in a blue moon, but I mainly listen to music and watch movies on my PC via this echo which goes to a Samson 201a over custom balanced Mogami and some JBL L830's (via Mogami again). This box does all that I want it to and I can easily use it on anyone else's computer if I needed to record some demo tracks in a pinch. They didn't make audio cards this versatile or so well when I bought my first one in 2000. Abe's is the best.



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