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  • pfeleleppfelelep

    Indestructible

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 01/21/14 at 21:34
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    I bought the first version (I think I remember it is printed Rev. B above but I'm not on) there 15 years with Cubase VST 3 for my Mac G3. She has since gone through a G4 and a PC Athlon and Intel i7-920.

    I use
    - With my microphone, shure type scene, a wide behringer diaphragm, a pair samson kind overhead through different preamps (Mackie console, preamp tube BlueTube and jackson);
    - Synchronized spdif with my POD X3 Live, which allows me to use 4 inputs simultaneously. a single RCA cable to provide for this purpose.

    UTILIZATION

    Impeccable Driver Integrated mixer absolutely functional. There is a virtual bus "Monitor" that can be transplanted in ASIO. Very handy for softwar…
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    I bought the first version (I think I remember it is printed Rev. B above but I'm not on) there 15 years with Cubase VST 3 for my Mac G3. She has since gone through a G4 and a PC Athlon and Intel i7-920.

    I use
    - With my microphone, shure type scene, a wide behringer diaphragm, a pair samson kind overhead through different preamps (Mackie console, preamp tube BlueTube and jackson);
    - Synchronized spdif with my POD X3 Live, which allows me to use 4 inputs simultaneously. a single RCA cable to provide for this purpose.

    UTILIZATION

    Impeccable Driver Integrated mixer absolutely functional. There is a virtual bus "Monitor" that can be transplanted in ASIO. Very handy for software that does not function Export audio. For example Firefox.

    In 44.100 kHz and with a buffer of 384 samples, the latency indicated by Cubase is 9683 input and 9342 output. It is very convenient to be able to change at will, it can happen to me to increase the buffer up to 2048 when I use many virtual instruments and effects. I use only the direct monitoring (never by cubase) through my POD multi-effect that is both guitar bass, acoustic or voice.

    This is the MIDI that is more difficult when I use a virtual instrument with my keyboard, I have to lower the latency as much as possible and disable the master effects, but it is not a problem unique to this card, all audio systems work like this.

    GETTING STARTED

    Todo bem. (Everything is fine)
    Tiny problem: the drivers are only available in the language of Shakespeare only. This has never bothered me in the least.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I owned a behringer USB + noise gate which had limited analog integrated. It sounded more flattering than 2496 and dynamics processing was convenient. But she farted after 3 months: LARGE M. ... this brand has a bad reputation but the micro B-2, the PX2000 patch T1950 preamp and have always satisfied me.

    I worked for a week with an M-Box Digidesign. The sound is more crystalline and more flattering than the 2496 but it is all in the same price range and latency is higher with USB. I can not say which of the two is more transparent, 2496 amply satisfies me. If I had a choice I'm not sure I prefer the sound of the Digidesign because it is crystal clear and flattering can not always be indicated, depending on the type of production on which bump and that the we want to do the mix.

    I highly recommend this card for all types of use, for beginners as well as experts in all situations. The sound is not as flattering as other brands I have tried, but it is not necessarily a fault.

    Rather than taking a big sound card, I decided to invest in the rest of my studio (PC overkill, guitars and basses horny sound and touch, microphone choices relatively large, multi-effect pedal for extension of inputs for the map). I do not regret that choice. If one day I need more I / O or that fails, I would reiterate is the same (the driver allows your sequencer see all soundcards as one) or another model of the same brand. However, if I have more money I would turn to Digidesign and Apogee again, but probably I will keep this card in a corner or on the PC, if that reference sound.

    It's perfect!
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  • alfredgodetalfredgodet

    My first "real" sound card

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 05/10/13 at 02:07
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    This is a very old sound card that I bought new a long time ago (10 years?) To use VSTI without much latency. I use it mainly with Elektrik Piano live.

    UTILIZATION

    No problem, I'm still on XP, I've never updated.

    GETTING STARTED

    No problem.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 years, it increased successively 4 desktop dedicated to music. It replaced permanently SoundBlaster I had before.

    Today, I have laptops and a USB sound card, it's still much more convenient, but my old system is connected and operational.
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    This is a very old sound card that I bought new a long time ago (10 years?) To use VSTI without much latency. I use it mainly with Elektrik Piano live.

    UTILIZATION

    No problem, I'm still on XP, I've never updated.

    GETTING STARTED

    No problem.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 10 years, it increased successively 4 desktop dedicated to music. It replaced permanently SoundBlaster I had before.

    Today, I have laptops and a USB sound card, it's still much more convenient, but my old system is connected and operational.
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  • blancocoblancoco

    excellent and reliable

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 05/05/12 at 03:57
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    This card is perfect for me with no latency or cubase sx guitar rig,
    good dynamic clear sound, always been stable, with an average pc (amd athlon x2 450, 2GB) and seven sub xp config without problems ..

    UTILIZATION

    As already stated in cubase sx drivers stable and guitar rig 5

    GETTING STARTED

    easy

    OVERALL OPINION

    since 2006 but happiness
  • windigowindigo

    It was the moment map

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 03/14/12 at 04:36
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    Hello,

    at the time of my purchase, internally it was the highest score: 24/96, O_o, conversion, single cable for full versatile vocals, keyboards and guitar.
    Bundle a complete and prix.Ma config was lighter than now.

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers in internal card no problem.

    12 to read xx tracks (not tested). Abbleton, Cubase 5 and others.
    Low latency is / was required.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installing a PCI card and drivers easier.
    Interface quickly mastered. no particular incompatibility and sufficient manual.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I no longer use it, but I do not sell it, I sometimes lend it and it is still relevant for troubleshooting.
    I find it simple to use an…
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    Hello,

    at the time of my purchase, internally it was the highest score: 24/96, O_o, conversion, single cable for full versatile vocals, keyboards and guitar.
    Bundle a complete and prix.Ma config was lighter than now.

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers in internal card no problem.

    12 to read xx tracks (not tested). Abbleton, Cubase 5 and others.
    Low latency is / was required.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installing a PCI card and drivers easier.
    Interface quickly mastered. no particular incompatibility and sufficient manual.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I no longer use it, but I do not sell it, I sometimes lend it and it is still relevant for troubleshooting.
    I find it simple to use and an excellent price / quality ratio, it was the card of the moment.

    Yes I had in front on another PC, a 0404 EMU full of cables and more complex interface.

    I would do this choice: yes to opportunity, not nine, as technology has evolved with external cards or racks.
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  • jieljiel

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 03/06/12 at 07:31
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    I was looking for a good sound card cheap, powerful enough for the small home studio and has the midi interface.
    At the time (around 2000 I think) I still had to be already running XP and Cubase VST32. Since then, the card went smoothly on 2 or 3 new PC configurations without any problems and Cubase SX, but I'm not passed on Vista or 7.

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers are regularly updated by M-Audio.
    Latency is imperceptible, even under 44khz. I do not have my PC on hand to check, but from memory it should be under 12ms to 44khz and 48khz at 8 under.
    Question number of tracks, I've never pushed to its limits ... I perform a reasonable mix that rarely exceed 10 tracks.
    No doubt that …
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    I was looking for a good sound card cheap, powerful enough for the small home studio and has the midi interface.
    At the time (around 2000 I think) I still had to be already running XP and Cubase VST32. Since then, the card went smoothly on 2 or 3 new PC configurations without any problems and Cubase SX, but I'm not passed on Vista or 7.

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers are regularly updated by M-Audio.
    Latency is imperceptible, even under 44khz. I do not have my PC on hand to check, but from memory it should be under 12ms to 44khz and 48khz at 8 under.
    Question number of tracks, I've never pushed to its limits ... I perform a reasonable mix that rarely exceed 10 tracks.
    No doubt that the components are not worth those of a pro config, but honestly the sound is really excellent.

    GETTING STARTED

    I do not recall having experienced any problems during the various installations and relocations that I had to do.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I must have over 10 years I think. Now, I use more often than one external interface Line6 UX2 because I am a guitarist and it allows me to directly connect my guitars (great product incidentally). But I always use the Audiophile recordings for MIDI, and sometimes also in general release.
    I do not know if it is still marketed, but it was really a good product with excellent value for Q / P I think.
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  • CoZoCoZo

    excellent

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 02/27/12 at 02:13
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    I took this card because I wanted a PCi and above that is well supported by Linux.
    This card works very well, I mostly recorded bass and guitar (via preamp).

    UTILIZATION

    For drivers no idea because I use a system (linux) or the drivers are included and free, so it is stable and constemment to day.
    Latency for I never am able to, I used this card with some free software like ardor, and especially under reaper.
    This is a two-track input, and can record both simultaneously without pb

    GETTING STARTED

    no souscis on that side. Always the same, or Linux brance and it works.
    Under win it I do not think it raises worries either.

    OVERALL OPINION

    great value fo…
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    I took this card because I wanted a PCi and above that is well supported by Linux.
    This card works very well, I mostly recorded bass and guitar (via preamp).

    UTILIZATION

    For drivers no idea because I use a system (linux) or the drivers are included and free, so it is stable and constemment to day.
    Latency for I never am able to, I used this card with some free software like ardor, and especially under reaper.
    This is a two-track input, and can record both simultaneously without pb

    GETTING STARTED

    no souscis on that side. Always the same, or Linux brance and it works.
    Under win it I do not think it raises worries either.

    OVERALL OPINION

    great value for money, attention, the entry are not amplified, so this card over something like AmpliTube presonus home and all is well.
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  • MyPinkMyPink

    Very stable map

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 02/26/12 at 16:46
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    Having had much problem with my 1010th ESI, I took the Delta Audiophile because I knew what was reasonably priced and that stability would be at the rendezvous, she is one of the best and this for a while.
    I use it with W7 64b, 8GB ram, a SSD disk to the bone and a 2TB disk for data.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with several DAW with REAPER, Energy XT 2.6, Live 8.2, 5 and Cubase Studio One and it works great, as I work "IN THE BOX" I do not serve as inputs or catches south of card.
    Super stable drivers no worries. Generally I set the latency to 256 samples and it runs quiet.

    GETTING STARTED

    The installation is done it without problem?
    - YES
    The general configuration is…
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    Having had much problem with my 1010th ESI, I took the Delta Audiophile because I knew what was reasonably priced and that stability would be at the rendezvous, she is one of the best and this for a while.
    I use it with W7 64b, 8GB ram, a SSD disk to the bone and a 2TB disk for data.

    UTILIZATION

    I use it with several DAW with REAPER, Energy XT 2.6, Live 8.2, 5 and Cubase Studio One and it works great, as I work "IN THE BOX" I do not serve as inputs or catches south of card.
    Super stable drivers no worries. Generally I set the latency to 256 samples and it runs quiet.

    GETTING STARTED

    The installation is done it without problem?
    - YES
    The general configuration is easy?
    - YES
    Have you encountered any incompatibilities?
    - NO
    The manual is clear and sufficient?
    - There is a manual!

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long you use it?
    - For some months
    Did you tried many other models before buying it?
    - Before I make another PC I had a soundblaster platinum two that I liked for that matter, I then took an ESI ESP1010e déconnait that serious but it is back to normal, hence the fact that I took a Delta Audiophile (this is a standard and widely enough to work unless you register a group / multiple instrument in m ^ me time, you need a card that handles more than a stereo input.
    What is so special that you love the most, least?
    - Stability and simplicity
    How would you rate the quality / price?
    Very good.
    With experience, you do again this choice?
    Yes without hesitation
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  • vsavagellcvsavagellc

    Great card in it's day

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 02/19/12 at 02:41
    I purchased this card because it was affordable and it and it allowed me to connect both my Midi controller (before usb midi controllers were popular) as well as my turn table. I use this card for music production and a little armature vocal recording (thought I was a vocalist at the time). I was tempted to use it for other instruments but never really enjoyed using 1/4 to RCA connections. I mean I've done them here and there and just had bad results but I've heard good results as well.

    UTILIZATION

    When I used this audio card the drivers were stable M audio has updated the drivers since the release of the original. For the best possible experience with this maudio card I would sugg…
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    I purchased this card because it was affordable and it and it allowed me to connect both my Midi controller (before usb midi controllers were popular) as well as my turn table. I use this card for music production and a little armature vocal recording (thought I was a vocalist at the time). I was tempted to use it for other instruments but never really enjoyed using 1/4 to RCA connections. I mean I've done them here and there and just had bad results but I've heard good results as well.

    UTILIZATION

    When I used this audio card the drivers were stable M audio has updated the drivers since the release of the original. For the best possible experience with this maudio card I would suggest installing ASIO4ALL drivers as well. I don't remember exactly how much latency I encountered with this card I do remember that whatever latency i did experience wasn't enough to hurt my music creating experience especially with the use of ASIO4ALL..

    I used a few different applications with this card.

    Reason
    Cubase
    Ableton live
    Sonar

    Mostly reason but I had to run over to the daws and record my vinyl records from my turntable because at this point and time reason didn't record audio.

    GETTING STARTED

    I didn't run into any compatibility issues I did however run into a driver issue but that was my fault because I installed an older version of the driver then tried to install an updated version of the drivers over the older driver. So what must be done is uninstall the old drivers before installing the new drivers (just to be safe). The configuration for the card is simple and easy to adjust/reconfigure. The manual is very easy to follow and understand, basic but easy to understand none the least

    OVERALL OPINION

    I wish this card had more I/Os and or option I/O connections. I feel the sound quality was more than sufficient,it got the job done and it got the job done well (very well). I think the card was fairly price just wish it had a few more bells and whistles but fairly priced. The only other cards I've had experiences with before this was gaming sound cards primarily "Sound Blaster". Knowing what I know now I'd go with a higher quality USB or fire wire interface but back then they weren't an option so had to work with what was available
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  • olivier boisjeanolivier boisjean

    more stable I die!!!!

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 02/17/12 at 08:09
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    I use this card from ............. see now .......... damn!! it's been so long!!!! I do not even know!! LOL

    I chose at the time (oh yeah in 2000!!) for reasons of reliability and for the price, plus I only records voices or guitars.
    For the rest it is the convertion MIDI / AUDIO via VST ....

    I installed in a PC on a QUAD Core ASUS and XP (look at my profile in the "MATOS")

    UTILIZATION

    drivers are super stable

    software STEINBERG

    I am mostly the audio by recording only a guitar or voice. In this case the number of entries is sufficient.
    For the MIDI "OUT" I Branch on my "old" MU128
    THE MIDI "IN" for the Keyboard Master
    The SPDIF for connection with the POD PRO a…
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    I use this card from ............. see now .......... damn!! it's been so long!!!! I do not even know!! LOL

    I chose at the time (oh yeah in 2000!!) for reasons of reliability and for the price, plus I only records voices or guitars.
    For the rest it is the convertion MIDI / AUDIO via VST ....

    I installed in a PC on a QUAD Core ASUS and XP (look at my profile in the "MATOS")

    UTILIZATION

    drivers are super stable

    software STEINBERG

    I am mostly the audio by recording only a guitar or voice. In this case the number of entries is sufficient.
    For the MIDI "OUT" I Branch on my "old" MU128
    THE MIDI "IN" for the Keyboard Master
    The SPDIF for connection with the POD PRO and Minidisc player
    latency latency you said? it depends on the chosen sampling adjustment. I have frankly no worries on that side.

    GETTING STARTED

    to install, simple you can not find .... You installed the card, the driver and HOP HOP HOP!! it's good, you have to test after the synchros and buffers.

    For configuration, simply select the mode you want in the "PANEL"

    Anyway the book is super simple to understand.

    OVERALL OPINION

    this is the only card I use, I even two, thinking she had a malfunction but in fact it was my previous PC which had gradually given up the ghost (SNIFFFFFF. ...... ;) ......
    I will test the two cards in one PC later, I saw a forum on AF who speaks ...... (Want want want!!)

    For the price you can find better, more in the range of products M-Audio is great and really full ..... So yes I highly recommend it:

    easy
    cheap
    and can pay big dividends, but that all depends on your creativity!!!

    Musically your

    @ +
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  • iankerianker

    Excellent value for money

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 02/11/12 at 08:21
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    I was looking for a sound card at an affordable price allowing me to work properly at home. I use it mainly for work on midi and audio sequencers.
    My config is a bit old, Athlon 64X2 Dual Core 2.61 Ghz, 2GB RAM, and Win XP. I mainly use Sonar with VST.
    Input / sotie format digital SPDIF, input / output Midi input / output RCA audio (2 inputs, 2 outputs).

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable, at least on my setup. I have not had any problems with installation, at the same time this card is no longer very young so I guess the drivers have been improved since its release. It's been a while since I have not done the update, but I do not think there is much now anyway. Especially th…
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    I was looking for a sound card at an affordable price allowing me to work properly at home. I use it mainly for work on midi and audio sequencers.
    My config is a bit old, Athlon 64X2 Dual Core 2.61 Ghz, 2GB RAM, and Win XP. I mainly use Sonar with VST.
    Input / sotie format digital SPDIF, input / output Midi input / output RCA audio (2 inputs, 2 outputs).

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable, at least on my setup. I have not had any problems with installation, at the same time this card is no longer very young so I guess the drivers have been improved since its release. It's been a while since I have not done the update, but I do not think there is much now anyway. Especially the main one being that everything is stable, and that side not worry about me.
    I do not use a lot of tracks, maybe 8 read with virtual instruments, and I never had a problem. For latency, it is almost nonexistent.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installation is simple once the driver downloaded. No inconsistency on 2 PC with which I used this card. The manual is concise, I've never really needed.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for about 7 years, and it still works as well. I'm using it for work on almost sequencer with virtual instruments, so it is quite sufficient. For recording audio, I have another more suitable config (Mac + Motu), but this card can help. The sound quality is not bad when it comes to working with VST, but for the record there is of course much better. For the price, it remains in my opinion a very good card, like all Delta series elsewhere.
    The most:
    - Value for money
    - Transparency of the card, once installed you forget
    - Dynamic quite correct in this price range
    Cons:
    - Input / output RCA audio at the same time at that price ...

    I would do without this choice problem, especially when I see the life of this and the fact that she did not really competitive even today in this price range. An excellent investment for anyone wanting to seriously start computer music.
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  • LDVC@LDVC@

    Card supported by GNU / Linux

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 02/11/12 at 09:40
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    I wanted a quality card supported by GNU / Linux (Ubuntu), the simplest: two inputs 96 kHz 24-bit, two corresponding outputs, MIDI in and out, cheap.

    The sound card was used on a motherboard MSI MS-7255 and P21-G31TM with a E6600 processor and 2 GiB of RAM and two 500 GB drive in software RAID 1 time when I was mixing on double-platinum NUMARK CDN95 with console 24-bit analog recorded just before being normalized and converted to 16 bits to be burned to CD.

    I used sometimes in the MIDI card to control the composition of computer music free software for Ubuntu.

    UTILIZATION

    The driver works fine on Ubuntu, it was sometimes used to configure the card during installation, I mad…
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    I wanted a quality card supported by GNU / Linux (Ubuntu), the simplest: two inputs 96 kHz 24-bit, two corresponding outputs, MIDI in and out, cheap.

    The sound card was used on a motherboard MSI MS-7255 and P21-G31TM with a E6600 processor and 2 GiB of RAM and two 500 GB drive in software RAID 1 time when I was mixing on double-platinum NUMARK CDN95 with console 24-bit analog recorded just before being normalized and converted to 16 bits to be burned to CD.

    I used sometimes in the MIDI card to control the composition of computer music free software for Ubuntu.

    UTILIZATION

    The driver works fine on Ubuntu, it was sometimes used to configure the card during installation, I made a tutorial for Ubuntu, which was taken over and transformed into literature, but now, the detection is normally automatic.
    https://doc.ubuntu-fr.org/m-audio_audiophile_2496

    The driver is updated if necessary, I am never concerned me.

    Audacity is the software that has been used the most with this card. Then the Gnome 2, and Firefox (youtube), VLC (play music and Icecast).

    Registration is on two tracks. Reading depends on the software, are two audio tracks and MIDI tracks.

    My recollection is that the latency is 64 ms (sorry, this card is in the now ghost).

    GETTING STARTED

    The installation is done it without problem?
    Ubuntu accepts, refer to the documentation site for Ubuntu packages to install.

    Have you encountered any incompatibilities?
    No.

    The general configuration is easy?
    Should be fully operational on Ubuntu 4.11 without manipulation ...
    This card is not fully operational in Lucid and Maverick, especially when retains the onboard sound card to the motherboard (in bios).
    https://doc.ubuntu-fr.org/m-audio_audiophile_2496

    The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    Yes.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had to use it for two years (2009-2011).

    Before I tried a Phase 28 which has never worked properly on GNU / Linux, hence the purchase of M-Audio Audiophile 2496.

    What I like enough: the best signal to noise performance with my mixer and this card with the Phase 28. The price. Compatibility with my operating system.

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    -> Very good.

    With experience, you do again this choice?
    -> Only if I did not have a sound card ECHO Audiofire 12 or I needed to scan the Mixer.
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  • Anonymous

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 12/10/02 at 03:10
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    My config: MSI KT4 Ultra / athlon xp 2000 / 512 ram

    UTILIZATION

    Problem-free installation

    GETTING STARTED

    Logic Audio software

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent report qualitprix
    can be found in the Universe sounds (Paris)
  • Marco.25Marco.25

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 06/15/03 at 03:56
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    Take a rack card with the same price (eg TerraTec) would be stupidity! Frankly, much to the audiophile (without rack) is a real bomb for beginners like me.
    My config: PIII 800, 512 SDRAM, DD20Go Abit Motherboard.
    Syst.Exploitation Win XP Pro
    Instruments Mini table mix (as a Rack) Behringer UB502. / Drum machine ZOOM 234

    UTILIZATION

    RAS for installation. Compatibility "perfect"

    Only "ic": Installation 1 too small (but good as the installation is mega simple really a c pa pb.

    GETTING STARTED

    Buy the 14/06/03, the drivers are ok
    Software used Cool Edit Pro and Cubase SX

    -10ms latency
    Runs: not enough hands to test everything!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ni…
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    Take a rack card with the same price (eg TerraTec) would be stupidity! Frankly, much to the audiophile (without rack) is a real bomb for beginners like me.
    My config: PIII 800, 512 SDRAM, DD20Go Abit Motherboard.
    Syst.Exploitation Win XP Pro
    Instruments Mini table mix (as a Rack) Behringer UB502. / Drum machine ZOOM 234

    UTILIZATION

    RAS for installation. Compatibility "perfect"

    Only "ic": Installation 1 too small (but good as the installation is mega simple really a c pa pb.

    GETTING STARTED

    Buy the 14/06/03, the drivers are ok
    Software used Cool Edit Pro and Cubase SX

    -10ms latency
    Runs: not enough hands to test everything!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Nickel.

    My choice has been a long two months, but the result is great.
    Audiofanzine thank you for the advice of your super users informed and knowledgeable.
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  • christoff_frchristoff_fr

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 06/08/03 at 02:43
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    Latency <10 ms even with a small config

    Converters 24/96 up to their reputable
    MIDI in and out it works nickel
    Numrique possible with SPDIF

    UTILIZATION

    Install nickel
    config gnrale impec
    Manual slight but not a problem for me

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers days of ste M-Audio work nickel

    7 ms latency in cubase SX: foot

    Some small cracks before def mix which is nickel in SX (just a lil prob comfort pr-cost or registration tps tps in ...: d my config too low)

    OVERALL OPINION

    - Over 2 years I have met top t
    I prfre:
    - She knows to be forgotten
    - It is not very resource-intensive
    - Compared to other entry-level kind of Guillemot ISIS, this has …
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    Latency <10 ms even with a small config

    Converters 24/96 up to their reputable
    MIDI in and out it works nickel
    Numrique possible with SPDIF

    UTILIZATION

    Install nickel
    config gnrale impec
    Manual slight but not a problem for me

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers days of ste M-Audio work nickel

    7 ms latency in cubase SX: foot

    Some small cracks before def mix which is nickel in SX (just a lil prob comfort pr-cost or registration tps tps in ...: d my config too low)

    OVERALL OPINION

    - Over 2 years I have met top t
    I prfre:
    - She knows to be forgotten
    - It is not very resource-intensive
    - Compared to other entry-level kind of Guillemot ISIS, this has nothing to do
    the price is roughly the same but the Audiophile is really an entry level pro audio
    while the ISIS ... hum!
    - Of a report o qualitprix: top level

    I do not really regret this choice!
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  • buck88buck88

    M-Audio Delta Audiophile 24/96Published on 12/11/03 at 00:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Latency almost inexistent, between analog output, noon and numrique!
    The report quality price! A good map trs very easy installation and configuration.
    PURPOSE: RECORDING STUDIO HOME
    Config: motherboard ELITE? - AMD ATHLON 1800 - 256 sdram 64 - 40 + DD15 7200 DD trs
    Use with: Console UB1832FX pro Behringer. A CAR and NF06 (monitoring)

    UTILIZATION

    A good map trs very easy installation and configuration.
    NO pb on XP!
    English manual but easily found on the net in PDF!

    GETTING STARTED

    Used with the log: LOGIC AUDIO 5, Sound Forge and ACID PRO 6 4
    Latency: 6ms in logic audio!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Been using it for 2 months
    ca change enormment a SB Liv…
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    Latency almost inexistent, between analog output, noon and numrique!
    The report quality price! A good map trs very easy installation and configuration.
    PURPOSE: RECORDING STUDIO HOME
    Config: motherboard ELITE? - AMD ATHLON 1800 - 256 sdram 64 - 40 + DD15 7200 DD trs
    Use with: Console UB1832FX pro Behringer. A CAR and NF06 (monitoring)

    UTILIZATION

    A good map trs very easy installation and configuration.
    NO pb on XP!
    English manual but easily found on the net in PDF!

    GETTING STARTED

    Used with the log: LOGIC AUDIO 5, Sound Forge and ACID PRO 6 4
    Latency: 6ms in logic audio!!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Been using it for 2 months
    ca change enormment a SB Live crap !!!!!!!!!
    Report impeccable quality price !!!!!!!!!
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