All user reviews for the M-Audio Delta 1010LT
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I have used this with windows xp and vista and there is some latency, but this may be due to my computer being older. I know latency is an issue with digital recording, which is one of the major reasons why I generally record on analog equipment.
There are some issues with routing the hardware to the output but its nothing that will hold you back for too long. I have used this for quite some time and it is a great product for the money.
The M Audio Delta 1010 LT is a card for someone that wants to do some good recording from home with there small set upt Most peoples first recordings come from home so this fits righ tin. I still could have transferred my sound files from a machine like the 788 into the computer, allowing me to mixdown in the computer, but I did not know then what I know now. Still, for someone who wants to do everything on the computer, and doesn't care about the potential for crashes, interrupted recordings, jitter, latency, but overall this is a great pc card if you are looking for a soundcard that is built in, but at the end of the day most of us choose to go with an external supply because they are easier to install. I suggest looking into M Audio’s External controllers. They will be way better.
themaddog's review"Nice 8 Track Soundcard"
There is some latency, but this may be due to my computer being older. I know latency is an issue with digital recording, which is one of the major reasons why I generally record on analog equipment.
The install is relatively simple, just follow the included instructions if you have any questions. I didn't really have any software or hardware conflicts, but I am running Windows XP Service Pack 2, so other operating systems may or may not have issues. That being said, I did at one time attempt to link two Delta 1010 LT's but was unable to get everything to work simultaneously. I eventually lost interest and returned the second Delta 1010 LT.
This is a good card for someone that wants to do some decent recordings with their computer. My first recordings ever were on computer... If I could start all over again, I would have taken the money and either bought a decent reel to reel setup with a mixer, or even a standalone DAW such as the Tascam 788 because of their low cost now and ease of use. I still could have transferred my sound files from a machine like the 788 into the computer, allowing me to mixdown in the computer, but I did not know then what I know now. Still, for someone who wants to do everything on the computer, and doesn't care about the potential for crashes, interrupted recordings, jitter, latency, and all the other crap that comes with recording on a PC, this card may be for you.
Hatsubai's review"Great interface card"
I was never a huge fan of these interface cards. My biggest gripe about them is that they always have some sort of breakout cable to get all the features of the device. You simply can't include all these features without some sort of multi pinout breakout cable. First of all, they strain the actual connector because of all the devices hooked up to them. This can cause wear over time, although most of them seem to have combat this. The cables themselves are a bit flimsy, so there's also that issue. Finally, it becomes a tangled mess, and switching stuff on the fly is a bit more difficult for me than if there was a central device in one area.
The device is very easy to use. Install the drivers, hook up the correct devices and you're good to go. It should work with just about any DAW and roughly any computer that has the appropriate computer port. I never read the manual, but I didn't feel there was a need to since it's a pretty straight forward install. Everything is simple to setup, so no issues there.
I'm not a huge fan of the breakout cable aspect of this device. It's the #1 thing that kills it for me. However, the device itself sounds great, and the mic pres are fairly clean sounding. It has tons of features packed into a small device, so if you're into the whole PCI card interface thing, it's worth checking out.
Super Cinci's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" a very good sound card 8 8"
I use it on the live-out mix for multi-track recording.
Both cards have three consecutive PC, they still turning.
Side tone, nothing to say, if he sends enough signal, you will not breath.
drivers super stable once properly configured. The multiplayer map is hard to take control early, but we had to think of sync!
M-Audio continues to develop the drivers, it's a good thing!
My two cards running in 16/88.2K, 16 tracks and spend carefree.
latency, I do not care, it is the analog reccording!
almost plug and play setup! just install the driver ...
No, this is the first multi-track card that I made, and I'll maybe take a third one of these days, but it will also take a large hard-drive!
I took this one because delta1010 (with rack) was overrated, just a box ... more
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
exoskelete's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" simply bleufent"
What instruments or systems you use it? more with my platinum to enter timecode with a mixing software. but ossi lenregistrement for a radio emission
For what purpose. Personal use and soirer
The drivers are they so very stable stable
What software do you use most often? fl studio sony sound forge cubase acid pro
How many tracks do you manage to record / play simultaneously? not try
How often are updated? not
What you get lag? 0
The installation is done it without problem? yes except on seven 64 B it fo download the driver on the site
The general configuration is easy? yes c asser especially very well explained in the manual
Have you encountered any incompatibilities? not currently pa
The manual is clear and sufficient? yes set apart from the fact that the manual and written for version encienne otherwise no worries
How long you use it? 1 I
Did you tried many other models before buying it? no it's my first real sound card
What is so special that you love the most, least?
How would you rate the quality / price? qualiter correct for the sound card
With experience, you do again this choice? frenchement yes
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
Kelo Sielmeth's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good sound card latency"
I wanted a home studio soundcard professional enough for a minimal price, I record all sorts of instruments and also by noon.
My setup is as follows:
CPU: Intel Pentium III Xeon 3.16GHz x2 Core Duo (E8500)
CM: Asus P5Q-PRO
RAM: 4GB DDR 2
CG: GeForce GTS 250
HDD: 2x Western Digital 1TB S-ATA2 + 1x Western Digital 500GB S-ATA2
I use an input mixer JB SYSTEM MM10, so I only only 2 audio inputs on the 10.
I use this sound card under Windows XP (it does not work on Windows Seven because drivers are not compatible!). It seems that it is compatible with Linux but I could not make it work.
I use it for recording guitar, studio microphone, bass, flutes, percussion, and noon (keyboards, electric heater).
The drivers are relatively stable, at least I have had no problems on that side was made from a volume control that requires a crappy external volume controller (I use a mixing desk Behringer XENYX to 40 €).
Please note, the volume control of windows do not work with the Delta.
At the beginning I was using Cubase SX, then I switched to Cubase Studio 4, and finally now I use the wonderful Cubase 5, 100% compatible with the Delta. With Cubase, I use a variety of software packages (GuitarRig, Wizooverb, Akoustik Piano, Pianoteq, Independense Free, FM8, etc. ...
On Cubase 5, I did not encounter track boundaries and I could easily record a midi track ten and twenty simultaneous audio track without it's slow.
And finally, the best: LATENCY:
I get a really exceptional latency: 2177 ms input, output and 2132 ms (all standard sampling frequency: 44100Hz). Both playing on a MIDI keyboard or guitar / mic, it's wonderful, no detectable latency, incomparable with external sound cards first prizes. (Minimum latency for this, thank you the ASIO driver that is specifically compatible with the Delta !!!!)
Installing the PCI card has performed without problems for drivers when it has been more or less, it took me a few weeks to take over all the drivers and configure all features.
For inputs and outputs,
Incompatibility I have encountered are: Linux and Windows Seven, nothing else.
As I said, configuring the sound card is very long and relatively complicated if one does not know it, most of the manual is in English, and anyway I do not need, in One can quibble we understand. I was scared at first for its system of jumpers on the sound card to amplify the XLR (microphone) but finally I did not even use because I use the XLR inputs of my mixer.
I use it now for over 2 years and I am very happy for its latency and stability, but I regret the input and output formats (try plugging the speakers into a mini stereo jack or dual jack without use adapters on mono cinch, suddenly I was going through an amplifier into sound and then cinch to PA speakers)
Recess for a home studio it is better to use studio monitors and are usually in connection 2x XLR jack or 2X, this sound card is really a blight on the system because every time one passes through plug adapters you lose quality.
What I like most about this sound card is its latency of 2 ms and power (it is also cumulative, if you buy 2 you can connect them)
What I like least is its RCA inputs (for a guitar or other instrument jack, it will go through a mixer or an adapter), RCA outputs and even more if you want a external volume control (because the internal is useless) then you must go through a mini mixer.
Before buying it I tried some internal sound cards and I got higher latencies ...
I judge the value for money 9 / 10 (why not 10? A question formats input / output RCA (they should have put input and output jack also) and that because of their virtual volume controller crappy and only 1 input 1 output noon and afternoon)
With experience, I think I made an internal sound card with an external interface (like the Delta 1010), but now I am thinking of buying a USB external sound card for input / output and a range of settings hand, but latency is high + ...
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
zebzik's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Swiss Army knife - very professional - excellent value for money!"
once properly installed it is stable and efficient, but be careful not compatible with all motherboards (there is an old chipset that problem).
only restriction: the routing of hardware input / output card is valid, so if two or three cards of the premix are hardware constrained, but generally this is not a problem because it is too subject to this material .. . the goal is the acquisition!
I use it for over 5 years, 2x and 1x delta1010LT delta1010 rack; frankly LT are much less bulky! but the rack version is somewhat more reliable is a bit more resolution. Excellent value for money!
1 people found this review helpful
danehj's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it to record vocals, piano, guitar and bass live without using amplifiers. and I must say I'm pretty happy with the result. I mastered all that with Cubase SX and it runs pretty well. I'm on an Acer Aspire T160 computer with 1GB of RAM.
The drivers are stable but apparently not often renewed and that is unfortunate. Latency is satisfactory for most records especially for the microphone inputs. I did not record more tracks at the same time, I do not know how the card handles the thing ...
Easy installation fast, efficient, nickel what! No major incompatibility with the software I use (Cubase, Reason, Audacity ..., ASIO works well and is recognized for all the software mentioned above. The manual is clear and although a bit light you have to get on the internet when you want more detailed information
I use this card for just under a year and I am generally satisfied. the only concern is the sizzle that is present on the microphone inputs to +30 dB. I'm still not arrived to get rid of it and I really do not know how ... So, I may have to buy a preamp for the mic and that's what I wanted to avoid!
For this reason, I am a little disappointed, but for everything else and especially for its price, I recomande buying this card for anyone who wants to make music without taking itself too quiet the t ^ te. It is a good buy for beginners (like me).
mattbassiste07's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good value for money"
10 simultaneous input you can control your sequencer
Micro-singing (Beta 58)
I run pc studio I go digital physics, but it runs very well with a lower latency to 5 ms on a system under 4 years
Drivers are exceeded go to retrieve new M Audio
I use it with samplitude studio 16 and Cubase SX 3
Very short latency, it's pci, not be compared with the usb
used 1 month
yes the 2496 one it allows multitrack
Not because I stop the Mao
Nonolepiano's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
IN / OUT MIDI
IN / OUT WORDCLOCK
IN / OUT S / PDIF
8 IN and 8 OUT ANALOG exploded on RCA
My config: PC ASUS P5K motherboard with 4GB RAM, 160GB DD1, DD2 300GB, 300GB DD3, Intel Core2Duo E6550 2.33 Ghz @
I wired all the patches on RCA jacks for convenient ct
Change May 27, 2009
Too bad the 8 IN / 8 OUT is not symtriques
Nickel chrome super stable, never a concern
Everything is super stable, sound gnial, I use Cubase SX3 and grotools M Powered
I've had a little over a year, and I use it every day. Previously, I had a delta audiophile 24/96 great too, but I wanted to increase the number of IN / OUT analog.
This card is standard, and opens the doors of protools.
I arrive just believe its price is given ...
I would do well Obviously this choice ...
Change May 27, 2009
I will change the map ... because I want to buy a slightly more pro, with entries symtriques +4 dBu