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GuillaumeF GuillaumeF
Publié le 05/18/06 à 10:21
See technical info https://www.lynxstudio.com/aes16.html

But it is a PCI 16-channel AES in / out 24 bit / 192 KHz + word clock (in / out).

Project studio use with SL2 Cuavse PC Windows XP Pro.
Configuration:
Gigabyte GA-K8NSC CM-939 nForce3 250 Gb
AMD 64 X2 4800 +
2 Giga RAM Corsair TWINX2048-3200C2
Cgraphique Gigabyte Radeon 9600 Pro
System 80 GB SATA300 drive - Seagate Barracuda 7200
Disc Audio 2 x 400 GB SATA150 - 7200 Seagate NL35 (raid 0)

UTILIZATION

No problem with installation, configuration extremely simple, manual away as unnecessary.

GETTING STARTED

Superb stability of drivers close to 0 ms latency in Cubase SL2 with 32 tracks 24/48.

OVERALL OPINION

The real pro stuff.
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