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Old August 18, 2007, 06:57 PM
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Music enthusiasts and recording buffs will not use this card, they will use either a M-Audio studio card or the X-Meridian. This card is really more for gamers. I am still not convinced it is a better music card than the C-Media based cards. I for one have decided to wait it out and see how this card developes before parting with my $200. I am liking the X-Meridian more and more every day. Thanks for the constant updates Robscix.

Besides, the rear panel I/O that Auzentech does offer will be of no inconvenience to anyone that really needs those extra inputs.
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Old August 19, 2007, 10:48 AM
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The Prelude has a good ADC. The array of hardware based effects is also very impressive. CL actually has a very good hardware based reverb which is very hard to find. I actually think spec and feature wise the Prelude may best the X-Meridian for recording options and features. -I haven't compared the two YET. The company certainly has the option and the interface if they wanted to build a external unit.

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