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anneetchristopheanneetchristophe

Marian MARC 2Published on 12/16/04 at 06:11
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The card provides analog and ACCS numrique. Just one regret: the number of output limits.

UTILIZATION

The installation was a breeze (oh I love when it works well like that ... It's not always the case on PC!) In terms of drivers, there is the site of Marian ... and in the box: Windows 95, 98, Me, XP, NT ...

The manual (PDF has never even opened t), in short, it works well and that's all we ask.

The key is to make music, not computers.

GETTING STARTED

Absolute stability, effective 2 asio is no latency, no problem with cubase with 16 audio tracks.

OVERALL OPINION

APRS three years, it works well and still remains the leading ca.

I have the new USB hardware on my laptop...…
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The card provides analog and ACCS numrique. Just one regret: the number of output limits.

UTILIZATION

The installation was a breeze (oh I love when it works well like that ... It's not always the case on PC!) In terms of drivers, there is the site of Marian ... and in the box: Windows 95, 98, Me, XP, NT ...

The manual (PDF has never even opened t), in short, it works well and that's all we ask.

The key is to make music, not computers.

GETTING STARTED

Absolute stability, effective 2 asio is no latency, no problem with cubase with 16 audio tracks.

OVERALL OPINION

APRS three years, it works well and still remains the leading ca.

I have the new USB hardware on my laptop Nordic, but I really enjoyed this little card the excellent quality price.
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ericpoinericpoin

Marian MARC 2Published on 01/14/02 at 07:22
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I personally find that the card Marian Marc2 is simply excellent, I'm using semi-professional.
I found just a shame not to use it with Windows XP, drivers (pilots) are unfortunately not ready yet.
There are no applications that came with the card, but at this price ...... !
Asio drivers etc. .... (Excellent) Super

UTILIZATION

installation, quick, without restarting, easy.
The only incompatibility I have encountered is the inability to use it with Win XP (no drivers)
The manual is very simple (in French)

GETTING STARTED

drivers stable on all vesion of Windows (except XP in progress ...)
I have a motherboard MSI 850 pro5
a Pentium 4 1.7 GHz
512 MB of Rambus Ram (800)
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I personally find that the card Marian Marc2 is simply excellent, I'm using semi-professional.
I found just a shame not to use it with Windows XP, drivers (pilots) are unfortunately not ready yet.
There are no applications that came with the card, but at this price ...... !
Asio drivers etc. .... (Excellent) Super

UTILIZATION

installation, quick, without restarting, easy.
The only incompatibility I have encountered is the inability to use it with Win XP (no drivers)
The manual is very simple (in French)

GETTING STARTED

drivers stable on all vesion of Windows (except XP in progress ...)
I have a motherboard MSI 850 pro5
a Pentium 4 1.7 GHz
512 MB of Rambus Ram (800)
Nvidia GeForce2 MX 400 32MB

I can read as much track as I want, I already used 75 simultaneously on a song (a Test)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since 2 years ago
I especially like its technical super value for money and great signal to noise ratio
I tried a lot of models more or less cheap but it is what I prefer.
I would buy this card if gladly do it again.
The only fly in taleau, drivers for Win XP not exist today, they will also not ready by February ......
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Anonymous

Marian MARC 2Published on 10/28/01 at 08:31
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PCI card.
Analog I / O Jack 6.35mm Stereo digital I / O RCA I / O Digital Optical SPDIF internal connector to connect a reader / writer, no MIDI.
Up to 24bit / 96 KHz.
Drivers Win9x/ME, WinNT4. MME, DirectX, ASIO, GSIF.
No apps.

UTILIZATION

Installation without problems (PNP).
Incompatibilities.
Minimal configuration.
No manual! (At the time, the card had just been released ... The manual is now available as PDF sister.).

GETTING STARTED

The drivers are stable, but not updated regularly enough for my taste.
Config: Asus A7V133, Duron 600 @ 877, 256MB PC133, 40GB 7200tr / m WD.
Cool Edit Pro, Sound Forge, Winamp + MAD plug-in.
No multitrack.

OVERALL OPINION

I have...…
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PCI card.
Analog I / O Jack 6.35mm Stereo digital I / O RCA I / O Digital Optical SPDIF internal connector to connect a reader / writer, no MIDI.
Up to 24bit / 96 KHz.
Drivers Win9x/ME, WinNT4. MME, DirectX, ASIO, GSIF.
No apps.

UTILIZATION

Installation without problems (PNP).
Incompatibilities.
Minimal configuration.
No manual! (At the time, the card had just been released ... The manual is now available as PDF sister.).

GETTING STARTED

The drivers are stable, but not updated regularly enough for my taste.
Config: Asus A7V133, Duron 600 @ 877, 256MB PC133, 40GB 7200tr / m WD.
Cool Edit Pro, Sound Forge, Winamp + MAD plug-in.
No multitrack.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this card since August 2000 and I got attached. I am not a professional at all, and this card I used most often to listen to MP3s than anything else!

Before, I had (careful, it's serious) a Sound Blaster 16 Value PnP and Gravis Pro. When I put the Marian in the PC, the first thing I did was look for the bass and treble! Which, incidentally, does not exist. I listen exclusively to the headphone and the difference was ... monstrous! Where I stayed con is when the media at Marian (very nice) told me they had spent hours working out the map so that the answer is as straight as possible ... In short, some classical prejudice about "audiophiles" who can explain with words full of learned the difference between a CD player in 1000 and another shot at 10,000, fell.
I would not allow myself to give a peremptory judgm on this map, having no point of comparison, or experience in the field, but I find it rather nice!
What bothers me a bit is the price. I bought this card because I could get a good discount, but Franks 2400 (average price recorded at the time), for a normal user (I am) rather than leaning on the side of computer music side, c is perhaps a bit much ... Somehow, this card is done (and done well) for the Direct to Disk. Well, we can play with and spend MP3, but it may be throwing money out the window. For cons, I would never again buy from Sound Blaster.
Level drivers, the support told me that drivers for Windows 2000 should be released in June (2001) and that "independent developers" are working on Linux drivers. Better late than never ...
If it all over again ... I dunno ... "Quality semi-professional" starts to become more democratic (Terratec EWX 24/96, etc. .)... But in the same context, yes, I would.
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Anonymous

Marian MARC 2Published on 05/19/01 at 15:08
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See General Findings.

UTILIZATION

See General Findings.

GETTING STARTED

See General Findings.

OVERALL OPINION

I just bought the sound card Marian Marc 2. In the plastic, I found a capacitor! card lying around (a nightmare!). It's not all, once the drivers are installed, the settings windows / O are not those of the manual (missing part of windows) Anyway, I'll switch brands (I brought her back to the store of course ) as the only way to teach them that we do not sell a product when it is finished!
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  • Manufacturer: Marian
  • Model: MARC 2
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 09/29/2002

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