The Echo Indigo DJx ExpressCard fits your laptop computer and provides two independent stereo 1/8" analog outputs—one for setting up your cue mix on a pair of headphones, and the other for the house m... Read More
The Echo Indigo DJx ExpressCard fits your laptop computer and provides two independent stereo 1/8" analog outputs—one for setting up your cue mix on a pair of headphones, and the other for the house mix. Each output features 24-bit/96kHz converters for more robust audio quality. Also included is a 6' audio cable for RCA or 1/4" connections enabling connectivity to the Apple iPod and other MP3 players. The Indigo DJx features PCI Express performance so it's ASIO, WDM, GSIF and WaveRT compatible and fits your notebook's Expresscard Slot.
A unique feature of the Echo Indigo DJx interface is the use of "virtual" outputs. Indigo DJx appears to software as if it has eight separate outputs, which are digitally mixed down to the physical outputs using Indigo DJx's "console" software and its on-board DSP. This makes Indigo DJx compatible with all popular multitrack software. And, with Echo's "multi-client" drivers, more than one application (such as an editor and a software synth) can be playing back through Echo Indigo DJx at the same time.
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I use this for work and it's the only card I've been able to find that has multiple outputs with the ability to control each of them separately, independent of any software. Audio quality is very good, with plenty of headroom and the built in physical volume control is priceless. Software installation and config is very easy and the configuration can be saved to a file, allowing quick recall of multiple configurations.
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