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Echo Indigo I/O

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Echo's latest audio interface turns your laptop into a studio to go, without busting the bank. There's a lot to ...Read more
The integration of computers into high-end audio is contentious. A reader poll last spring on our website indicated that a significant proportion of audiophiles—a quarter—is dead set against the idea, yet both Microsoft, with Windows Media Player 9, and Apple, with iTunes, seem convinced that the future of domestic music reproduction involves computers. To support that idea, both Apple- and Windows-based computers (the latter with Intel's about-to-be-launched HD Audio technology) are promoting hi-rez audio playback.Read more
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Pros

  • rock-solid reliability and excellent audio signal quality

Cons

  • Indigo has only one pair of outputs
  • the cursor froze on the screen and the PowerBook
  • unplug the card without first powering it down
  • have any suitable Mac software
  • have MIDI I/O or microphone inputs

Key specs

  • Stereo
  • yes
  • no
  • 24 bit / 96 kHz
  • Internal

Echo Indigo I/O Full Specifications

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General

Stereo
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Connectivity

1
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no
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Analogue 3.5mm input/Line-in
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Design

Internal
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Audio

24 bit / 96 kHz
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