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RME Audio DIGI96/8 PSTPublished on 07/10/08 at 19:13
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A sound card trssrieuse.
For what purpose? I work mainly with plugins (synths and effects) and I do not need 12 inputs pramplifies. The RME seems perfect to me, friends and in use than I have said that good.

Config ... it changes once a year, I do not want to do the listing. Let's say it's a big modern PC with plenty of RAM.

All this runs on Windows XP Pro SP2 (set automatic update, it seems not to be too but I confess I do not care, my home does not pose a problem, I have all my licenses)

SPECS:
- PCI
- A line between analog TRS
- An analog line-out jack TRS
- ADAT input and output Toslink (optical Lightpipe ...)
- Between and coaxial SP / DIF
- Connector for......
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A sound card trssrieuse.
For what purpose? I work mainly with plugins (synths and effects) and I do not need 12 inputs pramplifies. The RME seems perfect to me, friends and in use than I have said that good.

Config ... it changes once a year, I do not want to do the listing. Let's say it's a big modern PC with plenty of RAM.

All this runs on Windows XP Pro SP2 (set automatic update, it seems not to be too but I confess I do not care, my home does not pose a problem, I have all my licenses)

SPECS:
- PCI
- A line between analog TRS
- An analog line-out jack TRS
- ADAT input and output Toslink (optical Lightpipe ...)
- Between and coaxial SP / DIF
- Connector for optional bracket synchronization (BNC word clock I / O)

UTILIZATION

Installation horribly complex
- Opening the PC
- Placed the card into the PCI slot
- The card is screwed
- Is closed
- You turn on the PC
- The drivers installed without concern
What a horror ... has taken at least 7 minutes.

No incompatibility problem no IRQ, nada, a motion.
I have no printed manual but the PDF that I have compulsive acqurir before the board. It is clear prcis, a manual gear pro.

GETTING STARTED

Drivers a stable bath.

The card I use to run Live 6 and FruityLoops 6.
Latency of the correct adpend lot of the machine host. My house is on the order of 6 10ms when there a lot of plugins (many do not mean 10 or 12, but with rewire plutt 30).

In enregisrement ... Stereo track, since the card has only an analog between TRS. The ADAT will be used soon, but for now I use some trs recording.

OVERALL OPINION

I have been using less than a week. But beware, I'm not a newbie in the DTD / DAW.

I left without me my setup Protools LE7 based Digi002 Rack and Command8 to return to basics: the simple and effective. The RME does not fail its reputable, it's heavy.

96/8PST This reminds me a card that I knew well: the Marian MarcX. They come from near and trs same country curiously. The RME has no MIDI MarcX the contrary, and the game is dpourvue BNC (word clock) as standard, the bracket is also available but is optional, I do not use it.

Please note that this map sends normment output, I have to work with-12dB to avoid becoming dull despite my small monitors (KRK RP5).

This 96/8PST has a pretty impressive dynamic input and output analos, the comparison with the Digi002 Rack is not done, it will not be in favor of Digi.

Septimus is my sound card "srieuse," the more time passes and fewer gadgets I need.
My needs do not evolve according to the latest issue of technology so I prfre afford the high end there are five or six years an affordable price and keep the rest for my guitars and basses ! Discuss the choice for some, but for me it's seen it all.

RME on the next investment: an ADAT converter and why not pramplis I need ...

The 10/10 is not a sign of this card is a gnrosit vritable tool, matris an investment that does not mean ESR srieux.
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  • Manufacturer: RME Audio
  • Model: DIGI96/8 PST
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 09/29/2002

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