help with audio interface

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Member Since: May 10, 2011

hello Im newbie here and i need your help...
I want to buy some new stuff for my computer... I need some quality sound card for low amount of money and I choossen Alesis IO2... I am just wondering if it will work fine with playing video games on computer and watching movies?
can you help me please??

thx a lot!


I forgot to mension that I ve got windows 7 64bit version :)

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Byte-Mixer
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Since: Dec 04, 2007


May 10, 2011 02:10 pm

Yep, an interface is basically a fancy sound card, be it internal or external. As long as you're getting audio through it, you can play anything you want through it really.

I use an Echo Audiofire4, and I use it for day to day activities besides recording or mixing/monitoring. Same with my monitors really.

bace135 in the house tonight!
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Since: Jan 28, 2003


May 10, 2011 03:05 pm

Are you going to be recording with the sound card at all? Or you just want it for playing video games and movies?

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Since: May 10, 2011


May 11, 2011 03:37 am

thanks for responses!!

coolo: in a few weeks Iam going to upgrade my audio on computer... I want just enjoy music more... Iam going to buy Tannoy Reveal 501a but I have got only stupid integrated sound card on motherboard... so I was told in other forum that I might need some new one for better quality of sound... I have choossen this Alesis sound card because it has got volume controler witch is useful because it is dificult to change volume on these tannoys... and also I have got Roland music workstation keyboard but I never recorded anything in my life so I am thinking in the future with this sound card.. maybe it will by needed if I want to record something... if you got some advises on another soundcard feel free to respond...
now I want to know how are this external audio interfaces working in every day situations... If I want for example watch movies with it or playing games, calling using skype etc... and also if it is working on windows 7 64 bit...

thanks a lot!

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