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Old 09-29-2019, 12:57 PM
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Default What would you replace your Mbox 3 with?

Hi,

Looks like it might be time to replace my beloved Mbox 3. What do y'all recommend for a 2x2 interface that sounds as good as the Mbox 3 did? Apogee Duet? RME Babyface Pro?

ps I just realized this is in the wrong forum category......
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