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  • BenjxBenjx

    Infrasonic Quartet PCI Audio InterfacePublished on 05/07/09 at 01:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    I selected this card because I wanted to combine: MIDI + + Micro ASIO2 ext. this card has all the characteristics required.
    ANALOG LINE INPUT
    ANALOG LINE OUTPUT
    MICROPHONE PRE-AMPLIFIER INPUT + Instrument
    MIDI I / O + DIGITAL I / O

    For what purpose?
    Home studio! Amateur obviously, but since the computer connected to my channel, I also use the map to amplify the microphone singing from rehearsals, at home. Nickel.

    My config is pretty standart. Dual Core, 1024MB, 250 DD. WinXP.

    On my card plugged mic, MIDI keyboard. I already use the Line In to "recover" external records.

    UTILIZATION

    Installation is a breeze. Wel…
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    What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    I selected this card because I wanted to combine: MIDI + + Micro ASIO2 ext. this card has all the characteristics required.
    ANALOG LINE INPUT
    ANALOG LINE OUTPUT
    MICROPHONE PRE-AMPLIFIER INPUT + Instrument
    MIDI I / O + DIGITAL I / O

    For what purpose?
    Home studio! Amateur obviously, but since the computer connected to my channel, I also use the map to amplify the microphone singing from rehearsals, at home. Nickel.

    My config is pretty standart. Dual Core, 1024MB, 250 DD. WinXP.

    On my card plugged mic, MIDI keyboard. I already use the Line In to "recover" external records.

    UTILIZATION

    Installation is a breeze. Well, everything is in English ...
    There is a manual, and use is pretty simple. but face some difficulties in understanding, I called their service line help. all their answers (very fast) helped me solve my issues.

    GETTING STARTED

    The drivers are stable and updated on their website.
    I use my card with Cubase SX and Wavelab. Everything works without pb. Finally, ASIO2 manages latency so it is inaudible to the ear!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the card for 6 months.
    I like the most input / output jack 1 / 4, solid.
    Fewest: entries, all in the back. And the external connection cable, long enough. We need to be careful not to exert pressure on it.

    This is my first card ASIO2.

    The quality / price is the best found suir the market: 125 euros.

    I'm still happy with my choice. I think to keep a good time!

    https://www.bekar.fr
    http://www.myspace.com/bekarmusic
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