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Question about using the Sans Amp Bass Driver V2

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by Danukenator, Apr 19, 2020.


  1. Danukenator

    Danukenator

    Mar 22, 2020
    Oregon
    Hello Everyone,

    I recently grabbed a Sans Amp BDDI V2 and would like to use it to record myself. I believe I need to grab an audio interface; I would connecting the BDDI to the audio interface using the XLR out (please correct me if I'm wrong).

    Some of the threads discussing this are a couple years old. Is there a go-to recommendation for an audio interface for this use case?

    Thanks!
     
  2. revd

    revd

    Apr 11, 2020
    I just got one too.

    Doesn't need to plugged into the XLR of the interface, as I don't have a spare cable I'm taking it out from the unit to my interface using the regular jack output/input. Of course it won't give you the phantom power that XLR can provide but connects the pedal to my computer just fine.

    So many interfaces I'll let somebody on here who's more 'bassy' than me reply (I'm using my MOTU Ultralite as I'm a synth guy just recently adding bass to my setup).
     
  3. Danukenator

    Danukenator

    Mar 22, 2020
    Oregon
    Out of curiosity, does the quality of the interface (assuming it is functional) make that much of a difference? Part of me assumes that, provided the thing converts the signal accurately, they should all sound the same. Is that generally the case or am I mistaken?
     
  4. revd

    revd

    Apr 11, 2020
    Of course, the converters can make a huge difference to quality and price. Same for standalone audio DACs.
     
  5. revd

    revd

    Apr 11, 2020
    That said, above a certain level my ears can't tell the difference but between lower to mid quality, absolutely
     
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