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  1. Hello, I'm a guitar player that is setting up an entry-level home recording studio for personal, non professional purposes. I've been recording and composing some songs for my own enjoyment, and I'd like to start using studio monitors instead of computer speakers. I'm going to purchase two Tannoy Reveal 402s, and am looking for a simple entry level DAC that I can use as an audio interface between my computer and monitors. I'm currently looking at the M-Audio M-Track ($100, two 1/4" outputs) and am wondering if anyone can provide some guidance on this purchase. Are there less expensive options? Here is my current setup: Inputs: Schecter C-1 Blackjack Guitar MPK Mini Midi Key Controller Interface: Line 6 Toneport UX2 audio interface Computer/Software: Macbook Pro Retina -> Logic Pro X Speakers: Harmon Kardon Soundsticks III Thanks
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