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Have a MacPro with AJA LHe card for NL Editing with Final Cut Pro.
Do I hook up the speakers to the AJA card or to the Original Apple
sound output ?
What would be the best speakers to reproduce what the customers
would hear on their side ?
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Goto straight to the aja card if its final cut pro compatable and upto date.   Look for studio monitors, a good brand for instance yamaha hs80m 8inches that have built in amp other wise you'll need an amp generally for studio monitors.

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