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PCI Soundcards

Internal Interfaces that are installed inside your computer

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What is a PCI Audio Interface? PCI Audio Interfaces are devices that act as the conduit between an audio source (such as a microphone or DJ mixer) or destination (such as a pair of speakers or an external recorder) and your computer (installed into a PCI slot in your computer).

PCI Audio Interfaces also vary according to what kinds and number of connections they have for getting audio in and out of the unit. Most PCI Audio Interfaces will have a number of microphone inputs and line inputs. Microphone inputs use balanced 3-Pin XLR sockets and in most cases, these inputs will also provide 48V phantom power for use with studio condenser microphones for vocals and instruments. Line input sockets are either the ¼” balanced variety, or unbalanced RCA sockets found on DJ Equipment. These sockets will accept signals from synthesizers, drum machines, DJ mixers. It is important to note that these line inputs are always mono so if you need to record a stereo signal, you’ll need to use two inputs on the soundcard.

PCI Audio Interfaces come in the form of PCI cards and are directly installed into a PCI slot inside your computer. PCI slots are usually only found in ‘tower’ style computers. These Audio Interfaces of very fast data transfer as they are connected directly to the motherboard. As the PCI card itself is quite slim, most will have a breakout box or loom of leads that attaches to the card with a single connection.

At Store DJ we understand PCI Audio Interfaces and how the different models can integrate into your setup. Visit us to check out which one is right for you.

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