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hades le dik-sahades le dik-sa

just what need!

E-MU 1616M V2 PciPublished on 01/14/14 at 02:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I like entrances, converto and MIDI.

I have a amd fx 8350 with 16gb of ram, ssd 128 in 7 64bit

a rather old card for a very recent config.

no problem compatibilitée.

and what I like most is the zero audible latency on cuvbase and flstudio.

the patch mix well thought even if the interface may seem boorish and old

UTILIZATION

Stable drivers for now.

latency midi top

GETTING STARTED

flush all ok

OVERALL OPINION

for 3 months and it is very cool, home studio is every need c'qui …
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I like entrances, converto and MIDI.

I have a amd fx 8350 with 16gb of ram, ssd 128 in 7 64bit

a rather old card for a very recent config.

no problem compatibilitée.

and what I like most is the zero audible latency on cuvbase and flstudio.

the patch mix well thought even if the interface may seem boorish and old

UTILIZATION

Stable drivers for now.

latency midi top

GETTING STARTED

flush all ok

OVERALL OPINION

for 3 months and it is very cool, home studio is every need c'qui
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Julian_37Julian_37

Very good price / quality ratio

E-MU 1616M V2 PciPublished on 07/01/13 at 08:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
looking for a modular sound card for windows to be able to broadcast the radio.
Used in windows 7, mainly with hearing / FL Studio / Nuendo PC

UTILIZATION

The modularity of the mix patch is at the top, ability to route any signal anywhere! big virtual mixer!
converters good, a big plus for the phono input (for coding my vinyl in aiff)
very low latency (despite a good number of tracks and plug-ins simultaneously)

GETTING STARTED

simple installation, we put the daughter card on plug is installed and presto, it rolls!
large black dot :: incompatible mac!

OVERALL OPINION

I bought 3 years ago, only one change of room: the transformer mini rack
I hesitated with other...…
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looking for a modular sound card for windows to be able to broadcast the radio.
Used in windows 7, mainly with hearing / FL Studio / Nuendo PC

UTILIZATION

The modularity of the mix patch is at the top, ability to route any signal anywhere! big virtual mixer!
converters good, a big plus for the phono input (for coding my vinyl in aiff)
very low latency (despite a good number of tracks and plug-ins simultaneously)

GETTING STARTED

simple installation, we put the daughter card on plug is installed and presto, it rolls!
large black dot :: incompatible mac!

OVERALL OPINION

I bought 3 years ago, only one change of room: the transformer mini rack
I hesitated with other model from Focusrite and maudio but completely satisfied with my choice!
very good value for money (2 convertos the first entry at the top)
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rytmicrytmic

E-MU 1616M V2 PciPublished on 04/18/09 at 06:04
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I bought this card to make the acquisition of sound, voice, instruments for making models, after having had a yamaha 01x and audigy.
I have an intel biproc 2x 1.6go
I use a Korg RADIAS, a Triton, a Roland TD6 has any sway on a yamaha aw 2816 out on Beringher trhu b 2031a
no fire wire, but happiness of pci

UTILIZATION

Installation is no problem, just a complicated route from n'on for those not used, the manual is soon forgotten thereafter

GETTING STARTED

By tweaking the latency time is still correct but as stability.
I toured with cubase 3 between 6 and 9 of latency.
my max audio track and midi mix is ​​26

OVERALL OPINION

I for 1 year
most is the preamps are...…
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I bought this card to make the acquisition of sound, voice, instruments for making models, after having had a yamaha 01x and audigy.
I have an intel biproc 2x 1.6go
I use a Korg RADIAS, a Triton, a Roland TD6 has any sway on a yamaha aw 2816 out on Beringher trhu b 2031a
no fire wire, but happiness of pci

UTILIZATION

Installation is no problem, just a complicated route from n'on for those not used, the manual is soon forgotten thereafter

GETTING STARTED

By tweaking the latency time is still correct but as stability.
I toured with cubase 3 between 6 and 9 of latency.
my max audio track and midi mix is ​​26

OVERALL OPINION

I for 1 year
most is the preamps are ergonomics, integrated DSP effects are nice too.
very good price quality ratio.
I had a 01 x and audigy.
I would do this choice.
I return after a year, to add sth.
it is a shame not to enjoy DSP effects other than small doses.
1 a will, 2 and 3 limit is there any creaking, it's a pity, therefore, choose Runway
which put a dsp effect, because you can not put to another.
if sound card is a small, not bad at all, between 300 and 400 euros
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: E-MU
  • Model: 1616M V2 Pci
  • Category: PCI/ISA + Rack Soundcards
  • Added in our database on: 07/31/2006

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