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Pairogue posted a topic in General ForumWell, comparing sound to video, video is quite easy. You get a nice display driver, a standard projection device, and you can have a really clear, rich, crisp display. You can see that the video is of high quality by it's color correctness, resolution and what not. But, coming to sound, what is quality sound? I mean sure, you can buy DAC's and monitors, and play FLACs. But what's the difference? Because unlike video, which can be of shitty quality in shitty devices, and high quality in powerful devices, sound can be played on every speaker/audio device.
VintageKat posted a topic in DAC - Digital to Analog ConversionHello, 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
Hey guys, I'm new here and to the audiophile scene so I have some questions. There's just so much information out there and I'm just having a hard time navigating it all to find the answer I'm looking for. I recently purchased some M-Audio BX8 Studio Monitors and along with it a Scarlett 2i2 Audio Interface, which hooks up to the monitors and converts my digital music to analog (right?) I play all of my music from my laptop but that requires a usb connection from my audio interface to my computer. My question is: is it possible to buy some sort of wireless device to plug into my audio interface so that I can stream lossless music wirelessly from my computer to the device through my audio interface to my speakers? For example, I've been Googling and stumbled onto these: Aperion Audio's Wireless, Lossless Music System - "HAL" One, for these I would need a female usb connector to connect it to my audio interface, which it apparently doesn't have and two, it seems excessive to have something plugged into your computer AND audio interface to stream lossless music. Any suggestions? I'd really appreciate it! Andres