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  • Echo Indigo DJ

    Echo Indigo DJ - " Excellent!"
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    05/23/12

    What characteristics have motivated your choice? - Laptop with a PCMCIA - Dual output card (for the cue) - For what purpose? What is your config (Motherboard / CPU / RAM / Disk, ...)? Dell M4400 - Centrino 2 to 4 GB of RAM - Windows Seven 64…

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - jeanpaulkiki's review
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    06/01/09

    Motivation of choice: need a PCMCIA interface in-out to put on my laptop. Desired compactness and ability to catch its simple audio (voice speaking). Especially, need low latency to work with VSTi in FL Studio 7 = ASIO driver. Config: HP Pavilion D…

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - Marech21's review
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    07/01/08

    I bought parcqu it is compact, and method of connection appears t pcmcia is it more reliable for the audio. I use it with Sonar 6 asio mode, for the composition, recordings from time to time. My laptop is a Dell Precision M4300 with a 2.4GHz Pentium …

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - luchogie's review
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    03/29/08

    I wanted a high quality sound card to put on my laptop. Primarily for recording guitar / voice and use of virtual synths. UTILIZATION Install no soucy. The manual I have not read. It is pointless. GETTING STARTED The card is perfect sand. …

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - tony-blackman's review
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    03/16/08

    "I bought this card in relation to advice on AF. to have a good quality recording on my laptop and I t's not but .... -I have a HP Laptop AMD Turion 64 2gb ram 900 160dd 5400tr go outside and yes ... lol . I had a few clicks and audio problem …

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - troublegum's review
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    05/15/07

    - What characteristics have motivated your choice? PCMCIA. dailleurs was the struggle to find a laptop with a PCMCIA port. but I did not want usb card (too bad) or firewire (no top). - For what purpose? music production and electro scene (lives…

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - STUDIOPHONIC's review
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    03/20/07

    The portability & technical characteristics. Studio for mobile & place. Asus A4 S 3.4 Ghz Pent IV M 2 G DDR 2 60 G HDD 7200 rpm Cubse Studio Case II Hypersonic 2 Virtual Guitarist 2 Sample Tank XXL USE No problem No Very e…

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - Gooliver7's review
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    10/13/06

    P4M 1.7 40GB HDD 512DDR I use it for everything: recording del'audio, the south, the virtual ... everything! It is convenient because it has no power transformer! weight savings and space! UTILIZATION Manual: everything is done alone! …

  • Echo Indigo DJ

    Echo Indigo DJ - jmi's review
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    09/12/05

    I wanted a small card with 4 mono outs to accompany my Machinedrum, my 950 and my vx90. I did not need MIDI, I have a midiman, I just wanted the quality of its ultra-compact in pcmcia. I put on my Dell laptop c600 pIII @ 1GHz - 40GB - 512MB. Win…

  • Echo Indigo I/O

    Echo Indigo I/O - mouhineel's review
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    05/11/05

    Purchased in January for its compactness and simplicity, it was very musical and a huge momentum very low latency, 2 to 6 ms at 48k. We just play "Live" I'm just wandering musician and I make my arrangements around with a mini keyboard and a PCR-M1…