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RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652
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  • RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 01/24/06 at 04:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -the number of enter / exits, sound engineers boards
    -registration and mixing in dtd
    -PC Quite powerful and ddibr /> -any kind

    USE

    -install ing her with a friend

    IMPLEMENTATION

    -stable, flexible, near-zero latency, up 26 among I / O!
    for my part I have recorded up to 18 tracks simultaneously in 24 / 44htz carefree

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    -three years
    -fiabilittotal mix, however limited 24 / 96htz (but above mean ?!)
    -yes although somewhat complex without french manual
  • Anonymous

    RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 01/16/08 at 06:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hi.
    I discovered how to operate all ASIO compatible cards at mininum latency without any cracks.
    it takes a minimum processeus hyperthearding dual core or quad core better.
    Contact me on philpo_667@hotmail.com for more information

    USE

    Hi.
    I discovered how to operate all ASIO compatible cards at mininum latency without any cracks.
    it takes a minimum processeus hyperthearding dual core or quad core better.
    Contact me on philpo_667@hotmail.com for more information

    IMPLEMENTATION

    Hi.
    I discovered how to operate all ASIO compatible cards at mininum latency without any cracks.
    it takes a minimum processeus hyperthearding dual core or quad core better.
    Contact me......
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    Hi.
    I discovered how to operate all ASIO compatible cards at mininum latency without any cracks.
    it takes a minimum processeus hyperthearding dual core or quad core better.
    Contact me on philpo_667@hotmail.com for more information

    USE

    Hi.
    I discovered how to operate all ASIO compatible cards at mininum latency without any cracks.
    it takes a minimum processeus hyperthearding dual core or quad core better.
    Contact me on philpo_667@hotmail.com for more information

    IMPLEMENTATION

    Hi.
    I discovered how to operate all ASIO compatible cards at mininum latency without any cracks.
    it takes a minimum processeus hyperthearding dual core or quad core better.
    Contact me on philpo_667@hotmail.com for more information

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Hi.
    I discovered how to operate all ASIO compatible cards at mininum latency without any cracks.
    it takes a minimum processeus hyperthearding dual core or quad core better.
    Contact me on philpo_667@hotmail.com for more information
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  • My best card!

    RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 09/15/13 at 00:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The motivation for my purchase was the 24 inputs / outputs of this card, the RME brand (no longer to prove it) and the ability to couple préamplies VIAT ADAT port.
    I use it for semi-professional use, for the moment I only use 8 inputs with a Focusrite MK2 ... in the future I intend to spend my config 24in/24out with converters qualities.

    UTILIZATION

    Super stable drivers never had a concern with RME is the costo ...
    Cubase it rolls, almost no 0.7 milliseconds it seems latency buffer set to 512 ... Windows 7 64 bit
    Currently 8 tracks simultaneously it works very well, I tested with 24 inputs on a Yamaha M7CL with no worries ...
    Can update 2 in 8 years ...

    GETTING STARTED

    ......
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    The motivation for my purchase was the 24 inputs / outputs of this card, the RME brand (no longer to prove it) and the ability to couple préamplies VIAT ADAT port.
    I use it for semi-professional use, for the moment I only use 8 inputs with a Focusrite MK2 ... in the future I intend to spend my config 24in/24out with converters qualities.

    UTILIZATION

    Super stable drivers never had a concern with RME is the costo ...
    Cubase it rolls, almost no 0.7 milliseconds it seems latency buffer set to 512 ... Windows 7 64 bit
    Currently 8 tracks simultaneously it works very well, I tested with 24 inputs on a Yamaha M7CL with no worries ...
    Can update 2 in 8 years ...

    GETTING STARTED

    Easy PCI installation, I struggled a bit to set it with my 01V notament for ADAT sync settings etc ... but now everything is functional.
    The manual is in English the damage I find myself in the French version, but hey nothing serious at this level ...
    Maybe now the card is sold with the manual in French.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Almost 10 years of good service I hope to continue for another 10 years .... lol
    I like the stability of the excellent qualities RME converters and a very good value for money!
    I would do without this choice problem.
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  • No driver problems

    RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 10/22/12 at 22:31
    The HDSP 9652 is the updated version of the DIGI9652 from Hammerfall. It has 3 ADAT optical ins and outs. 1 SPDIF digital In and out and 1 breakout cable. The HDSP 9652 is well made, and will update the drivers as you go so you don’t ever have to worry about the drivers failing with your computer or some issues coming about. As long as you system is connected to the internet you will never have to worry about drivers because the HDSP 9652 does all of the work for you.


    UTILIZATION

    The HDSP 9652 has a SyncCheck option that will check all of the inputs and signals to make sure they are all synced with your BPM or Clock. The HDSP 9652 comes with the drivers for Mac OS9, Mac OS X, Windows......
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    The HDSP 9652 is the updated version of the DIGI9652 from Hammerfall. It has 3 ADAT optical ins and outs. 1 SPDIF digital In and out and 1 breakout cable. The HDSP 9652 is well made, and will update the drivers as you go so you don’t ever have to worry about the drivers failing with your computer or some issues coming about. As long as you system is connected to the internet you will never have to worry about drivers because the HDSP 9652 does all of the work for you.


    UTILIZATION

    The HDSP 9652 has a SyncCheck option that will check all of the inputs and signals to make sure they are all synced with your BPM or Clock. The HDSP 9652 comes with the drivers for Mac OS9, Mac OS X, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and if you have a different system like Windows Vista or Windows 7 you can easily get the drivers online when you purchase or the HDSP 9652 might find the drivers for you when you install it. There really is no brain work when installing the HDSP 9652, because it does all of the work for you.


    GETTING STARTED

    I have had no compatibility issues while using the HDSP 9652, it worked great on my Windows XP machine and even when I updated the service packs it downloaded a new driver and then worked perfectly again. There really is nothing to worry about with installing this interface or drivers because all of the work is done for you.


    OVERALL OPINION

    The interface is very quiet, it makes no noise and the latency is nowhere to be found. You can use this to record whatever type of audio you want to record whether it be digital or analog signals. My favorite part of this interface is that it updates all of the drivers for you and you don’t have to worry about any of the technical stuff. My least favorite thing about this interface is that it is not portable, having several different machines that I use made me have to have different interfaces for all of them. I wish I could have this on all of my desktop computers. The precision and quality of sound is amazing. It is worth the buy.
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  • RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 01/25/03 at 09:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Dote 26 inputs and 26 outputs this card allows you to tranfomer vritable your station platform multitrack recording.
    It is aimed at professional studios.
    We tested on diffrent configuration, ranging from 1 Ghz PIII to PIV 2.4 GHz and more ... Even ATA hard drives 100 or 133 can get good rsultats trs.
    We use converters with RME ADI 8 DS or ADI 8 Pro, all connected by fiber optics.

    UTILIZATION

    Apart from a small flash EPROM installation is done in 3 seconds ... impressive.
    No incompatibility is a stable driver trs especially on PC!
    The configuration is very simple if there is no IRQ sharing.

    GETTING STARTED

    The drivers are more stable than, 1.5 ms latency guaranteed.
    On......
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    Dote 26 inputs and 26 outputs this card allows you to tranfomer vritable your station platform multitrack recording.
    It is aimed at professional studios.
    We tested on diffrent configuration, ranging from 1 Ghz PIII to PIV 2.4 GHz and more ... Even ATA hard drives 100 or 133 can get good rsultats trs.
    We use converters with RME ADI 8 DS or ADI 8 Pro, all connected by fiber optics.

    UTILIZATION

    Apart from a small flash EPROM installation is done in 3 seconds ... impressive.
    No incompatibility is a stable driver trs especially on PC!
    The configuration is very simple if there is no IRQ sharing.

    GETTING STARTED

    The drivers are more stable than, 1.5 ms latency guaranteed.
    On Nuendo, Cubase SX / SL, V-stack, Reason .... flawless!
    Our tests have allowed us, on a machine dedicates, to record 26 tracks simultaneously at 26 while reading the 24/48Khz. (ATA 100 HDD WD) and make a drops to Phra the purists ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    We use the previous model (Digi96/52) for over 2 years,
    This new version provides MIDI and Integer total mix.
    The report quality price is more than adequate for stability is invaluable in professional recording!
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  • RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 05/30/03 at 09:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I mainly interested in the t rm because of its three I / O adat that allowed me to connect my console numrique (328 of Spirit) to the mac. In addition to this new card has two MIDI I / O that can initially avoid buying a midi interface.
    So in plain idalie card for my needs: adat then return to S / PDIF and finally the South to control the squenceur.

    UTILIZATION

    The installation went so well that I found Droulez a ladle! :-)) The manual is ok, nothing on this point but it's even a great job, RME seems to be a box srieuse.

    GETTING STARTED

    So little problem of drivers for me and still does rsolu: new mac drivers do not work! I did not transfer via ADAT ... by against former work well......
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    I mainly interested in the t rm because of its three I / O adat that allowed me to connect my console numrique (328 of Spirit) to the mac. In addition to this new card has two MIDI I / O that can initially avoid buying a midi interface.
    So in plain idalie card for my needs: adat then return to S / PDIF and finally the South to control the squenceur.

    UTILIZATION

    The installation went so well that I found Droulez a ladle! :-)) The manual is ok, nothing on this point but it's even a great job, RME seems to be a box srieuse.

    GETTING STARTED

    So little problem of drivers for me and still does rsolu: new mac drivers do not work! I did not transfer via ADAT ... by against former work well but I can not reduce latency below 12ms if a crack. So I still rgler tips to get a minimum latency ... new drivers if I should run them rgler a j'espre.
    I use the card with cubase and no problem of the cot adat, noon, everything rolls perfect!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have two months since my purchase and a comfortable IDE that I had of RME: seriousness, reliable and professional! even when I had to wait three weeks before buying one because according to the vendor RME is somewhat a victim of its success and the distribution of evil. This card possde everything I need and a bonus: RME offers extensions with analog inputs and outputs ... not frankly ask for? I would do with that choice without even hsiter a second!
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  • RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 07/02/05 at 22:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I wanted a card with a maximum I / O in ADAT to work with Cubase and a 01V96. My choice is of course to this map (3 I / O ADAT -> 3 * 8 = 24 I / O).
    It may be noted that some connectors are not visible in the photo (2E / S + 1E Midi / SPDIF S).

    <p class="bbcode-offtopic"> Off topic: <span>The Torah wants so I can record the groups I work with live, one instrument per track: Battery (8) for 2 bass drums, guitars (2), low (1), key str o (2) singer (1) singer (1) -> Either a minimum total of 15 tracks.</span>

    UTILIZATION

    Installation:
    I plug a card (30 seconds).
    2 I Get You Started the PC (30 s).
    3 With XP, I put the CD and it installs (10 s).
    4 I re-boot (re 30s).

    ......
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    I wanted a card with a maximum I / O in ADAT to work with Cubase and a 01V96. My choice is of course to this map (3 I / O ADAT -> 3 * 8 = 24 I / O).
    It may be noted that some connectors are not visible in the photo (2E / S + 1E Midi / SPDIF S).

    <p class="bbcode-offtopic"> Off topic: <span>The Torah wants so I can record the groups I work with live, one instrument per track: Battery (8) for 2 bass drums, guitars (2), low (1), key str o (2) singer (1) singer (1) -> Either a minimum total of 15 tracks.</span>

    UTILIZATION

    Installation:
    I plug a card (30 seconds).
    2 I Get You Started the PC (30 s).
    3 With XP, I put the CD and it installs (10 s).
    4 I re-boot (re 30s).

    EVERYTHING WORKS! It's so rare in the computer I still screaming on my roof every day. It took less than 2 minutes. Vive RME.

    Two versions of the manual are available (one paper in the box and one on the CD)

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers trs trs stable.
    Everything works directly in Cubase, everything is recognized.
    Latency must be 6 ms, I have not tried to go below.

    Recording / Playback, then the killing is one!
    Much test everything thoroughly.

    1 Record 24 tracks for ADAT (44.1 16bit) simultaneously from the 01V96 -> Less than 10% of the pros use and less than 50% of disk resources. Excellent!.

    2 Reading 10 tracks (Stereo mix output on SPDIF) and recording 12 tracks by the ADAT, always same format -> No problem!

    I have not had to try more. Small note, my pros does Giga 1.4.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 weeks.
    Bought at 499 Audioconcept.
    Report qualitprix unbeatable!

    Supplied with two ADAT connectors.

    I think 3 cards can coexist -> 3 * 26 E / S = 78 I / O It is believed RVer ...

    RME thank you.
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  • RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 06/21/06 at 16:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Map versatile analog and digital inputs ADAT
    Use registration, MIDI and mixer
    PC P4 3.02Ghz, Intel. 2GB RAM
    Use with preamp Manley VoxBox
    and M4 Avalon preamp and DI
    Listen PMC

    UTILIZATION

    After an updated driver on the net .. Plug and Play installation complete

    GETTING STARTED

    Perfect stability of drivers
    seems frequent update
    Software: Logic Audio 5.5
    Low latency of 256 to use common
    128 sensitive records possible
    512 for the big mix
    Over 70 tracks played without problem

    OVERALL OPINION

    Special mention for the quality sound card analog inputs are extremely pleasant to listen.
    A / D
    Compare our system has high-end Pro Tools HD (i / o 192) is......
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    Map versatile analog and digital inputs ADAT
    Use registration, MIDI and mixer
    PC P4 3.02Ghz, Intel. 2GB RAM
    Use with preamp Manley VoxBox
    and M4 Avalon preamp and DI
    Listen PMC

    UTILIZATION

    After an updated driver on the net .. Plug and Play installation complete

    GETTING STARTED

    Perfect stability of drivers
    seems frequent update
    Software: Logic Audio 5.5
    Low latency of 256 to use common
    128 sensitive records possible
    512 for the big mix
    Over 70 tracks played without problem

    OVERALL OPINION

    Special mention for the quality sound card analog inputs are extremely pleasant to listen.
    A / D
    Compare our system has high-end Pro Tools HD (i / o 192) is sometimes the sound clearer with the RME, but the noise slightly higher.
    D / A
    Very good output level and stereo space very faithful. Dynamic range very bright
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  • RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 08/21/06 at 03:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Adat 3 x 8
    she was in a P4/2.4 asus
    it is now in a P4/3.04
    2 g ram

    UTILIZATION

    Impeccable

    GETTING STARTED

    Driver super stable, 11 ms latency and no need less, Nuendo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Do not hesitate
  • RME Audio Hammerfall DSP HDSP 9652Published on 09/24/06 at 13:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    To the data sheet, everything has been said ...
    I use it to record up to 26 tracks simultaneously, two tables of my PC to my digital & this without any worries (3x8 ADAT tracks + 2 tracks in SPDIF 24bit/48kHz). The 26 tracks out of many possible configurations for different monitoring systems.

    UTILIZATION

    Not need the manual! This card works almost alone ... (With minimal computer experience at least!)

    GETTING STARTED

    Once its drivers installed & updated, it only remains the "forgotten"! In any case, she knows to be forgotten ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    No bug to report after more than two years of use!!
    It is certainly not cheap, but quality is there, both technical and......
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    To the data sheet, everything has been said ...
    I use it to record up to 26 tracks simultaneously, two tables of my PC to my digital & this without any worries (3x8 ADAT tracks + 2 tracks in SPDIF 24bit/48kHz). The 26 tracks out of many possible configurations for different monitoring systems.

    UTILIZATION

    Not need the manual! This card works almost alone ... (With minimal computer experience at least!)

    GETTING STARTED

    Once its drivers installed & updated, it only remains the "forgotten"! In any case, she knows to be forgotten ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    No bug to report after more than two years of use!!
    It is certainly not cheap, but quality is there, both technical and acoustic! (The amount also ==> 26 tracks I / O)

    If this card matches your needs, go for it!
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