#1
I recently built a vista based PC, and need a new recording interface. I have an MBOX, but since I dont want to use pro tools anymore (currently using sonar 6). I need a recording interface (firewire or usb 2.0) That will work well with vista (64 bit).

I dont really want to spend more than 200.00 But any suggestions are welcome because I understand you get what you pay for.

I would like it to include at least 2 sets of trs/xlr inputs as well as the regular stuff.

Thanks guys.
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#3
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#5
Lexicon Iomega works great.
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#7
Just got an Presonus Inspire 1394 I'm excited to try it out. Got it off ebay for 96 bucks shipped!
#8
I honestly wouldn't use anything with Vista right now.

Most companies aren't even offering support for Vista yet because it's still new and has so many bugs.

Make sure whatever you get works 100% with Vista before you buy it.
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#9
If the company doesn't move to support Vista they will get left behind. Vista is becoming the standard over XP whether they like it or not.
#10
Quote by BEAST89
If the company doesn't move to support Vista they will get left behind. Vista is becoming the standard over XP whether they like it or not.


That's only true because Microsoft stopped production/sales of XP so people would be forced to buy Vista.