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Hmmm. Guess it depends on what reasonably priced means. Personally, I'd look at the Edirol (Roland) UA-1EX. It'll cost you about $75, is good quality, has Vista drivers (32 and 64-bit) and Roland has a pretty good track record of doing driver support, even for older stuff. Now sure how much cheaper than that you can get, if that isn't reasonable for you.
 

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Not sure, don't have any experience with that particular card. I've used Behringer gear before, and don't have any complaints over all. It is somewhat cheaply built as opposed to something like, say, Mackie, but then that is part of the reason they can offer such good prices. I haven't seen any problems with it or anything.

The fact that it just functions as a standard USB audio device is nice and means that Windows should continue to support it long in to the future.

I suppose it can't hurt to try if you get it from Amazon, since you can return it if it doesn't work (they have a great return policy).
 
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