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Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-Port

PCI/ISA + Rack Soundcard from Hoontech

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Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 12/16/10 at 05:31
Originally written by cardiomax2000 on Audiofanzine FR.

I bought this sound card to record my guitar, bass and vocals. I chose it for its low price and the high number of inputs (allowing you to use it as a mixer). I'm using this sound card with a mid-range computer (256 MB Ram, Intel pentium VI 1,2 Mhz). I also use an amp simulation (Jonson J-station) as a preamp between the guitar and the sound card...

UTILIZATION

Although the manufacturer has no website anymore, you'll easily find the drivers on the web. Easy installation, no sweat. With the last driver version, the PCI card outputs are deactivated so don't try to connect your speakers to the line out...



GETTING STARTED

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Originally written by cardiomax2000 on Audiofanzine FR.

I bought this sound card to record my guitar, bass and vocals. I chose it for its low price and the high number of inputs (allowing you to use it as a mixer). I'm using this sound card with a mid-range computer (256 MB Ram, Intel pentium VI 1,2 Mhz). I also use an amp simulation (Jonson J-station) as a preamp between the guitar and the sound card...

UTILIZATION

Although the manufacturer has no website anymore, you'll easily find the drivers on the web. Easy installation, no sweat. With the last driver version, the PCI card outputs are deactivated so don't try to connect your speakers to the line out...



GETTING STARTED

I haven't experience any problems with the drivers, so I haven't updated them (don't update a good working system... unless you want to add bugs :)). I use it with Cubase 4. I don't remember the exact latency time but it's imperceptible... I never tried to record several channels simultaneously...

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using it for one year. I don't regret having bought it and I would buy it again without any hesitation. Summary:
Pros:

* Easy installation (/! with Windows. It seems there are problems with Linux and Mac....)

* Perfect sound

* Many inputs/outputs so that you can use it as a mixer (but don't expect to connect an acoustic drum kit...)

* Driver interface is very easy to understand and to use...

Cons:

* User's manual, but considering the ease of use, it's a minor problem...

* Mac and Linux support
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MPFreeMPFree

Seven drivers if it would still exist on top !!

Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 10/30/14 at 05:12
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Given the date of my post and given the age of the card and for those who want one: it's a great map with many possibilities, relatively simple to use, yet comprehensive enough to be still in the game.

24-bit 000khz 96, 8 inputs, phantom power, noon, stable drivers and latency more than respectable: what more you want in a home studio ??? The gear as worth € 400/500 nowadays ...

Its only drawback: you need a PC that runs XP or Mac OSX and Linux it seems (and even that?). Far from being (as I have read) card beginner! For the rest read the other comments says it all ...

UTILIZATION

It depends on what you actually saw the possibilities. It ranges from simple vst noon to recording...…
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Given the date of my post and given the age of the card and for those who want one: it's a great map with many possibilities, relatively simple to use, yet comprehensive enough to be still in the game.

24-bit 000khz 96, 8 inputs, phantom power, noon, stable drivers and latency more than respectable: what more you want in a home studio ??? The gear as worth € 400/500 nowadays ...

Its only drawback: you need a PC that runs XP or Mac OSX and Linux it seems (and even that?). Far from being (as I have read) card beginner! For the rest read the other comments says it all ...

UTILIZATION

It depends on what you actually saw the possibilities. It ranges from simple vst noon to recording a live band !!

GETTING STARTED

There system setup cable, probably a remnant of the analog era, which is a bit confusing for the novice ...

OVERALL OPINION

At its output, if I had the means, I would have bought one ... probably fallen into oblivion due to the disappearance of the manufacturer's reference and thus the end of the new standards compatible drivers ...
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InfrabassmanInfrabassman

Excellent for beginners

Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 01/04/12 at 07:33
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What characteristics have motivated your choice? The number of entries

UTILIZATION

No problems with config

Minimal latency

Super easy to use for someone who knows a minimum

GETTING STARTED

Installation super simple. No compatibility issues on Windows.

OVERALL OPINION

Were obtained with my old band, very good results for our first model.

Product available that allows you to do something specific.
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Anonymous

Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 07/09/02 at 12:51
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Former owner of a gadget labs wave24, j'espre Hoontech that will not follow her in limbo ... prdcesseur brief

The price is attractive for such a configuration and the manufacturing care of (a is not cardboard). But hey, that is a rack with analog connections. 8 in + 8 out, I / O optical and SPDIF, plutt nice for 570E (June 2001 prices)

this card running on a p3 650MHz 512Mb RAM, and is going not too bad ... the dtails further.

I only use apps (acid, fruity, live, reason ...) on my PC and do not serve MIDI.

UTILIZATION

The manual is a bit messy, we do not know whether to install the ASIO driver in addition to the card, ... It takes a little searching and go on the forums. a...…
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Former owner of a gadget labs wave24, j'espre Hoontech that will not follow her in limbo ... prdcesseur brief

The price is attractive for such a configuration and the manufacturing care of (a is not cardboard). But hey, that is a rack with analog connections. 8 in + 8 out, I / O optical and SPDIF, plutt nice for 570E (June 2001 prices)

this card running on a p3 650MHz 512Mb RAM, and is going not too bad ... the dtails further.

I only use apps (acid, fruity, live, reason ...) on my PC and do not serve MIDI.

UTILIZATION

The manual is a bit messy, we do not know whether to install the ASIO driver in addition to the card, ... It takes a little searching and go on the forums. a does not own.

External links with the configuration can be done with the doc to dip well
the schema of the different i / o

installation on Windows 2000 went very well, but also in XP Reason does not work with a single pair of outputs (bug Reason, apparently fixed in 2.0)

GETTING STARTED

The drivers have been t days in August 2001!! Since then, the poor and modrateurs dvous tech forum spend their time wiping the critics on this point. In addition, lots of people seem to have problem of implementation.

In Acid 3, DSIR behavior leaves the cursor as often lag behind the sound,
and dcalages frquent lead to often stop / start to reset. Changes in the bus for a while playing causes crash irrmediablement
The 8 outputs mono work well and no problem of blowing by them

For cons, the output 'sound blaster like' Windows uses the breath out of a rare effect. I can not use it, so I write everything on my first pair out of the rack.

OVERALL OPINION

- Use for a little over a year, using episode, no time!
- Referral interface output is practical, and also 8 outputs
- I have a gadget labs before, I would have had they not guard col. Converters came out better sound qualitbr /> - the ratio q / p is widely COMPTITE for the quality of services rendered by priph.
- I well liked that Glab does not run, the drivers came out more often.
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  • Manufacturer: Hoontech
  • Model: DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-Port
  • Category: PCI/ISA + Rack Soundcards
  • Added in our database on: 10/07/2004

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