Computer to Yves Cochet amp and Dynaudio Gemini speakers

Discussion in 'Pro Audio' started by Rory, Aug 30, 2006.

  1. Rory

    Rory Guest

    I'm using an IBM laptop (which has an Analog Devices SoundMax sound
    card) and Adobe Audition to edit and mix a radio documentary. The
    computer is not being used to capture the sound. For that, I am using a
    Sound Devices recorder (at 24 bit) and Schoeps mics. During editing and
    mixing, I plan to run the sound from the computer through an Yves
    Cochet tube amplifier to Dynaudio Gemini speakers.

    I am trying to decide whether I should bypass the computer's sound card
    and, if so, what should replace it. I need two outputs. Reading prior
    threads, I gather that my options range from something like an M-Audio
    Audiophile 192 to a LynxTwo sound card to a Benchmark or CEC digital to
    analog converter. As you may have gathered by now, I am quite
    unknowledgeable when it comes to computer/audio interfaces. I could use
    some advice, especially since the various options differ significantly
    in cost.

    Also, if anyone is familiar with Yves Cochet amplifiers and Dynaudio
    Gemini speakers, is there any reason why I should not use this
    combination for editing and mixing?

    Thanks very much for any assistance.
     
    Rory, Aug 30, 2006
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