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RME Audio DIGI9652 HammerfallPublished on 03/27/06 at 14:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
This card provides 24 I / O via optical cables 6 (ADAT) + 1 I / O SPDIF / AESBU + 1 I / O MIDI + 1 Synchro Worldclock

It can work in 16/24 bit and up to 96 kHz.

A priori, it works without using CPU resources.

So what to do ...

UTILIZATION

No problem to install Windows XP. It is directly recognized in Cubase SX 3 via the ASIO driver 2.

GETTING STARTED

I use it for 1 year and is one of remarkable stability.

No crash in Cubase SX3.

I use it on a PC with a quip P4R800V ASUS Deluxe + 512 MB RAM + P4 3Ghz E.

She connects a table Berhinger DDX3216.

The SPDIF input allows you to easily mix in Cubase.

A patcher / mixer lets you easily set assignments audio lines.
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This card provides 24 I / O via optical cables 6 (ADAT) + 1 I / O SPDIF / AESBU + 1 I / O MIDI + 1 Synchro Worldclock

It can work in 16/24 bit and up to 96 kHz.

A priori, it works without using CPU resources.

So what to do ...

UTILIZATION

No problem to install Windows XP. It is directly recognized in Cubase SX 3 via the ASIO driver 2.

GETTING STARTED

I use it for 1 year and is one of remarkable stability.

No crash in Cubase SX3.

I use it on a PC with a quip P4R800V ASUS Deluxe + 512 MB RAM + P4 3Ghz E.

She connects a table Berhinger DDX3216.

The SPDIF input allows you to easily mix in Cubase.

A patcher / mixer lets you easily set assignments audio lines.

OVERALL OPINION

It is a card trs stable and efficient.

For now I read in reading tracks 10 Stereo without problem while saving the Stereo Mix.

Cubase, the monitor processor is obviously affected by the VST / Direct X, not by the card.

A product that I highly recommend so.
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  • Manufacturer: RME Audio
  • Model: DIGI9652 Hammerfall
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 01/01/2003

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