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    Umm ... that's what I said. Really.
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    Thanks Jimmys69. I think I'm sold on that interface then. As I move along I'm sure I'll have more questions. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjbphotos View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedude209 View Post
    Thanks Jimmys69. I think I'm sold on that interface then. As I move along I'm sure I'll have more questions. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    Dood, the best thing that ever happened for me to start my studio. It will get you quite far man.

    Most all of the audio tracks on my website were recorded with the 1800 or it's predecessor, the1641. Same unit really. In fact, the US1800 is in the main page photo at the top of my rack.
    That looks like a lava lamp, not a US1800
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    In fact, the US1800 is in the main page photo at the top of my rack.
    Nice Rack
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    Quote Originally Posted by arcadeko View Post
    Nice Rack
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    Hi , First post on the forum.
    I'm running a Bheringer xynx x2442 mixer to the computer via usb that lets me record two channels only .
    Could you suggest an audio interface to slip between the mixer and computer that would let me multitrack without having to buy more balanced mike inputs , the mixer has 8 with line out from all of these and it seems a waste of money duplicating what I already have . I just need something that will take the outputs from the mixer to the computer that will let me record a number of tracks at one time
    running windows 7 and have firewire / usb 2
    Any hints or tips greatly appreciated .

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    It is actually odd that there are not any inexpensive units that do line input only. You would think Behringer would be all over that. I ran into this a while back and found nothing cheap enough to warrant running a low end mixer through.

    You are likely better off getting an audio interface for recording. A Tascam US1800 or something like it would sound better anyway IMO. Strange, a month ago they were going for $200. Now it is back up to $300. Must have gotten popular...
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