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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 recor…
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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.
  • 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.…
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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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  • GuibsouilleGuibsouille

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 07/01/02 at 11:55
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    I saw the notice of rcemment FRAPPIER Olivier on the map Hoontech DSP24 / ADDA200.
    I have to perform all necessary this message ... )
    I 'dsespr', because of multiple pbs recontre, when used ...

    Use in home studio:
    P3, 600 Mhz, 512 Ram ... Os = 98 / W2k
    Ide 7200 rev / min
    Motherboard: Abit SE6

    The report kalitprix terrible t ...
    On paper, it is paradise!

    Trs beautiful design ... (Ahhh this beautiful 'blue' ... which marries so well with the notches error windobe ...)!

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers of 98 exist, but:

    (1) bp of hardware / driver: 1 out of 3 at boot, there is no sound carrment see a big sound 'crachouillis' parasite scare .... Fo reboot by dyeing the…
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    I saw the notice of rcemment FRAPPIER Olivier on the map Hoontech DSP24 / ADDA200.
    I have to perform all necessary this message ... )
    I 'dsespr', because of multiple pbs recontre, when used ...

    Use in home studio:
    P3, 600 Mhz, 512 Ram ... Os = 98 / W2k
    Ide 7200 rev / min
    Motherboard: Abit SE6

    The report kalitprix terrible t ...
    On paper, it is paradise!

    Trs beautiful design ... (Ahhh this beautiful 'blue' ... which marries so well with the notches error windobe ...)!

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers of 98 exist, but:

    (1) bp of hardware / driver: 1 out of 3 at boot, there is no sound carrment see a big sound 'crachouillis' parasite scare .... Fo reboot by dyeing the computer each time, what ... (La Bamba, '1 ')
    (2) a souflle actually quite important, at the outputs ... you can hear the hard drive spinning, and when you click with the mouse 'right click' on the parasite s'attnue .... sound output from the external card! I rsolu the bp, with an external power supply, rack ext ... but no time, the doc or the trademark referred to this problem ... And again, the breath is still ... Submitted (La Bamba, '2 ')
    (3) clicks, pops and crak when recording, but it seems to the SETTING THE card ... (The Bamba '3 ')
    (4) for the price ... c cheap, sr ... but nivo breath, my pressure cooker could do ... oting )

    As for the 'drivers' W2k / Xp, read on:

    GETTING STARTED

    Well, I was working on W98SE, then, because I want to run Cubase + Reason + Gigastudio in 'satellite', I had to buy the memory, otherwise, planted ... The pb is that W98 or worse, what I read, the memory at 256MB del. With my 512, ADCON always under W98, koi ...
    O On my ide to pass under W2000. And here I am with my 512 MB install the DSP24 prt ... and then l. .. !! Blue Screen 'IRQL NOT LESS OR NOT ...' that tells me the driver for the card is not recognized (the latest version anyway driver for W2k, but beta version):

    "Installing INF file for ST Audio DSP24 series WDM Driver
    Beta7 Release2 Driver (2002-03-06) - Single-Client GSIF enabled "

    Voil is the fte, what ...

    It's been a year and a half that the drivers are still in 'beta' on W2k ... and saw how it ran on W98, I expect miracles too ...

    N'tant not an 'nb' informatik in music, I do not believe I'm the only one having this kind of bp with this card ...

    I will not waste the characters to say what I think the point dveloppeurs this brand ... and brand in gnral ... too much ink adj coul ...

    The use that I wanted to make simple yet t ...

    Just to get the sounds of my expanders / synths in the computer ... trankillou mix and then burn your exact ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    If you ever your happy with this card and its latest drivers (miracles ??!!), let us enjoy your version of 'test' / 'alien' driver ... ! )

    One and a half of 'loyal' services **** m))))

    Next week is bulky in my neighborhood ...

    Since I'm running W2k, I removed the card carrment the computer ... and I think I rabbatre on the gear audio, worthy of the name! ;)

    If you need a map to use a pro / semi-pro...jetez a look at 'RME' (Multiface) / 'Motu (828)' / 'EgoSys (Wami Rack) and so on of the best ....

    As such, an APRS number of hours on forums and with tl zicos friends ... I still can not make me choose

    If kelkun can help me for the final choice!

    Thank you for our answer:

    guibsouille@hotmail.com

    and share your personal exprience about this product ...

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  • Rolland56Rolland56

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 07/03/02 at 14:30
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    For my exprience on this map with a P 600 EB (6309 MS mre card with VIA chip and 320M of memory), I have problem when I reach the 32 to see giga studio ( + final crackling crash ncessitant a reboot).
    I pass sr (Athlon 1200 bus card KTM 200 PRO2 VIA chip and 320 M of RAM memory) and see no problem for operation 150 30 45% CPU.
    In both cases, I had an interruption numro reserved.
    At the sound, the quality is perfect.
    I look forward to a multi-client driver.

    UTILIZATION

    Current drivers mdiocre por win 2K and win XP and Win 98 not stable.

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers not stable, its OK.

    OVERALL OPINION

    With a proper driver the card is excellent
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    For my exprience on this map with a P 600 EB (6309 MS mre card with VIA chip and 320M of memory), I have problem when I reach the 32 to see giga studio ( + final crackling crash ncessitant a reboot).
    I pass sr (Athlon 1200 bus card KTM 200 PRO2 VIA chip and 320 M of RAM memory) and see no problem for operation 150 30 45% CPU.
    In both cases, I had an interruption numro reserved.
    At the sound, the quality is perfect.
    I look forward to a multi-client driver.

    UTILIZATION

    Current drivers mdiocre por win 2K and win XP and Win 98 not stable.

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers not stable, its OK.

    OVERALL OPINION

    With a proper driver the card is excellent
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  • GuibsouilleGuibsouille

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 07/06/02 at 07:43
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    Well, little 'RVision' my last post ... (Y is the ke ki imbciles change their minds!)

    My config is the same:
    P3 600Mhz
    Abit SE6
    512 MB of SDRAM
    2 your HD IDE 7200tr

    UTILIZATION

    One advantage of the latest drivers from qques time dj is that the External Links is installed automatically.

    Otherwise, the installation does dlicate a little, anyway ... especially to try to isolate one IRQ, ddi only the map ...
    Rsultat:
    I can not do better than the IRQ 9, as it shares with a Universal Host Controller (USB).

    M does not seem too serious ...

    GETTING STARTED

    Cubase as a by GigaStudio, since the last drivers, the card in XP bcp seems more stable ..…
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    Well, little 'RVision' my last post ... (Y is the ke ki imbciles change their minds!)

    My config is the same:
    P3 600Mhz
    Abit SE6
    512 MB of SDRAM
    2 your HD IDE 7200tr

    UTILIZATION

    One advantage of the latest drivers from qques time dj is that the External Links is installed automatically.

    Otherwise, the installation does dlicate a little, anyway ... especially to try to isolate one IRQ, ddi only the map ...
    Rsultat:
    I can not do better than the IRQ 9, as it shares with a Universal Host Controller (USB).

    M does not seem too serious ...

    GETTING STARTED

    Cubase as a by GigaStudio, since the last drivers, the card in XP bcp seems more stable ... finally !!!!! )

    > More parasites 'crachouillant'
    > More notches blue!
    > More bp redmarrage 'cho'...( times before, Yav carrment more sounds ...)

    But wait t long!! And version, even if more stable version is still a 'beta'.

    The final version would arrive soon according to some sources ... (Hhh)

    -> 5ms latency (48khz/24bits) with Cubase! )

    OVERALL OPINION

    A practicing longer, for a more refined view ... I'll keep you juice o;)

    APRs have galr as bcp of us, because of the drivers and their late dveloppement and Hazard sometimes, the card could finally back in my estimation ...

    PS:
    Many thanks Olivier for his help, time to explain, and implementation of the latest drivers available! )
    As is TVB for its 'moral support'! )
    Without them ... bulky n'taient not far ...
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  • Mikeshake1Mikeshake1

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 10/16/02 at 08:13
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    Not

    UTILIZATION

    Not

    GETTING STARTED

    Not

    OVERALL OPINION

    NO
  • No toneNo tone

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 12/27/02 at 04:39
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    The report qualitprix is ​​excellent. I chose this product in order to model and prproduire our group (Masquerade) and for the live recording.
    I work with an amd xp 1800 + with 256 DDR, 80G hard drive.

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple thanks to the pilot but the paramtrage the config is a bit more complex!
    The manual is clear but a bit lightweight in terms of usage examples

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers under 98 are stable but incomplete for the day xp
    I use Cubase VST 32 for my home studio but live for samplitude
    I believe that 21 ms latency is satisfactory.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this product for 3 weeks.
    I prfre is the possibility of simultaneous multitrack…
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    The report qualitprix is ​​excellent. I chose this product in order to model and prproduire our group (Masquerade) and for the live recording.
    I work with an amd xp 1800 + with 256 DDR, 80G hard drive.

    UTILIZATION

    Setup is simple thanks to the pilot but the paramtrage the config is a bit more complex!
    The manual is clear but a bit lightweight in terms of usage examples

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers under 98 are stable but incomplete for the day xp
    I use Cubase VST 32 for my home studio but live for samplitude
    I believe that 21 ms latency is satisfactory.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this product for 3 weeks.
    I prfre is the possibility of simultaneous multitrack recording.
    I could try the luna, the fire and dmx miqse except that 3 dsp possde la luna I actually remake this choice to the extent that this product is affordable for a quality professional
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  • EightknotEightknot

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 01/11/03 at 08:27
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    I DCID for this card because of its many inputs and outputs and South Intgr. In addition to the pre-amp on between 1 and 2 can delay the purchase of a pre-amp microphone (including voices) beefier, budget issue. I had one before Isis, like many, and I find so most CHARACTERISTICS (many), but three divisions above (converters, latency, etc.). And with lots of "little more "as the headphone output faade.

    I use this card to record my band "home." Most of the time 2 inputs are sufficient, but sometimes also to catch live with five or six instruments. I also use the South to control my sampler, bote my rhythm and my expander, the 8 inputs can then record the audio tracks on a time and then sp…
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    I DCID for this card because of its many inputs and outputs and South Intgr. In addition to the pre-amp on between 1 and 2 can delay the purchase of a pre-amp microphone (including voices) beefier, budget issue. I had one before Isis, like many, and I find so most CHARACTERISTICS (many), but three divisions above (converters, latency, etc.). And with lots of "little more "as the headphone output faade.

    I use this card to record my band "home." Most of the time 2 inputs are sufficient, but sometimes also to catch live with five or six instruments. I also use the South to control my sampler, bote my rhythm and my expander, the 8 inputs can then record the audio tracks on a time and then spares s'attaqure the mixing and mastering.

    Configuration:
    CM Elite K7S5A
    Duron 1GHz CPU
    256 MB SDRAM
    IBM 20GB IDE HDD 1 (with a system partition o run Win98SE and cubase)
    1 Maxtor 40GB IDE HDD (where I store and I record the audio)
    The DSP24 is home to the three slot (IRQ5, not shared)
    With everything (because it's not just the audio ...)
    2 ethernet cards (slots 2 and 5) that share IRQ10
    A SCSI card (slot 1) is on IRQ11
    In the bios I disables almost all (r-I active the usb piecemeal)

    Two small complaints: the average quality headphones (there's a breath in me, even zero volume!), And pre-amps that are missing some dynamics (cot transparent sound nothing wrong ).
    The quality is at the rendezvous, and a price more than adequate.

    UTILIZATION

    The installation (physical + driver) is easy, the problem - as always - then begin when it comes to tweaking the BIOS, the irq and Windows. I can not advise the site Skinah: http://members.optushome.com.au/skinah/Cport.htm Thanks also to view posts by O. Frappier, who proved to me that I could m ' out with my config. As often happens with the computer stuff, a nickel not work the first time.

    Be careful using the map-mre, and to a lesser extent the quality of the RAM, see the website of Hoontech their recommendations and their list of compatible gear. With everything running the card is very feasible. And then once that is done we do not encounter more concern and can make excessive zik!

    GETTING STARTED

    The new drivers walk trs well. I can record 8 tracks 8 instrument spares, without any click or pop on arrival. OK, it's the least we can do on paper, since it is made for such use. The essential point is that the config is stable, and I did not have to install r-or all of the drivers or Systm for months.
    I use it mostly in Cubase VST 5. I RULES gnralement 21mS latency. Low enough to be almost transparent enough lev to have no problem in intensive use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had six months. APRS prompts rglages and difficulty of installation / beginners paramtrage at all, everything went extremely well. It was not understanding why so many people have problems with, but perhaps I have the chance to have the computer stuff (including motherboard) compatible with this card. In conclusion I am extremely satisfied. And I highly recommend it.
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  • PsychonainPsychonain

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 01/16/03 at 02:39
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    Very good card for its price!
    I have an athlon xp 2000 512 ddr ram aver 333 mhz
    2 dd 60 40 GB in RAID 0 +1
    multitrack akai dps 12 noon + couple + scsi optical

    UTILIZATION

    Installation without problems (I still had to go to the forum st audio)
    namely: the acpi mode to win 2000 and xp
    So: in the device manager choose standard pc instead of acpi

    GETTING STARTED

    The latest drivers are perfectly stable when properly installed the card on one irq
    with cubase sx I get a latency of 2 ms 96khz I can record 10 audio
    the akai is a remote control and add the two optical paths ...
    a strong 2nd DSP24 ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year with a lot of sa…
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    Very good card for its price!
    I have an athlon xp 2000 512 ddr ram aver 333 mhz
    2 dd 60 40 GB in RAID 0 +1
    multitrack akai dps 12 noon + couple + scsi optical

    UTILIZATION

    Installation without problems (I still had to go to the forum st audio)
    namely: the acpi mode to win 2000 and xp
    So: in the device manager choose standard pc instead of acpi

    GETTING STARTED

    The latest drivers are perfectly stable when properly installed the card on one irq
    with cubase sx I get a latency of 2 ms 96khz I can record 10 audio
    the akai is a remote control and add the two optical paths ...
    a strong 2nd DSP24 ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 1 year with a lot of satisfaction
    nothing to do with the cards all age groups (such dmx fire, audigy ...)
    too good value for money even if prices still money ...
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  • bloodsugarbloodsugar

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 04/18/03 at 04:57
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    I wanted a dedicated audio card (not the mutlimédia) with the maximum input / output for a small budget (I know, that's a lot)

    Overall, the card has an external rack that provides:
    - 8 analog inputs / outputs in jack (with preamp with XLR inputs)
    - A zero-latency headphone output
    - 1 + 1 in Midi MIDI out
    The card itself offers O "multimedia" mini jack ansi format a digital input / output (available in optical or coaxial)
    The card supports multi client (ie you can use ASIO drivers on such output and GSIF drivers on other ... it's practical)

    My config: Athlon XP 1800 + with 256 MB RDRAM and 2 HDD of 40 GB 7200 rpm (1 for OS / software, one for sound files) IMPORTANT: use mothe…
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    I wanted a dedicated audio card (not the mutlimédia) with the maximum input / output for a small budget (I know, that's a lot)

    Overall, the card has an external rack that provides:
    - 8 analog inputs / outputs in jack (with preamp with XLR inputs)
    - A zero-latency headphone output
    - 1 + 1 in Midi MIDI out
    The card itself offers O "multimedia" mini jack ansi format a digital input / output (available in optical or coaxial)
    The card supports multi client (ie you can use ASIO drivers on such output and GSIF drivers on other ... it's practical)

    My config: Athlon XP 1800 + with 256 MB RDRAM and 2 HDD of 40 GB 7200 rpm (1 for OS / software, one for sound files) IMPORTANT: use motherboards with NVidia or Intel chipset. ESPECIALLY NOT VIA !!!!!!

    I use it with Cool Edit Pro for multitrack and 2 Reason for virtual instrumentals.
    I have a latency of 21 ms but I ressends no delay using virtual instrumentals.

    UTILIZATION

    Installing XP without problems.
    Tip: fetch the latest drivers for your motherboard and the XP driver for the card on the site ST-Audio.
    ATTENTION, if the IRQ of the sound card is shared: system crash guaranteed! (It's weird at first)
    The config of the card after the OS is very simple. We find the system's virtual patch cables with Reason hanging. It's intuitive.
    The site (in English) is excellent. Good support. Drivers for days. FAQ assets.

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers very stable under XP (from the time you have a unique IRQ)
    I get a latency of 21 ms. That's enough to use virtual intruments (no need to search 2ms latency at all costs if you agree 20)

    With Cool Edit Pro, I can save without problems 8 tracks simultaneously.
    For playback, I get a playback of about thirty tracks mono / stereo (I have not gone away for now)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it in a home studio setup for over a year.
    + I love the 8 analog I / O full duplex and MIDI input / output on the external rack (no noise, because outside the PC).
    + The quality / features / unbeatable price!
    + Stable drivers for XP
    + Mutliclient mode I / O

    "Little less" - the headphone output of the rack noisy (but very useful all the same because no latency)
    "Little less" - the power to the rack not included (allow 30 / 40 euros for a good PSU that will avoid noise)

    Config for a home studio (say semi-pro) this card is unbeatable!
    This choice I would do without hesitation.
    Note, however: it seems that problems are inevitable incompatibility with VIA chipset (should not be used with this card so)
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  • e-axe le vieuxe-axe le vieux

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 05/20/03 at 11:04
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    All adj t say, right?

    UTILIZATION

    L also does it all say?
    The manual blah blah,
    drivers, yes ...
    installation maps: attention needs space on PCI.

    GETTING STARTED

    At home, everything is stable since I installed it.
    I'm on Win 98 SE, Intel III 887 Mhz, 512 MB RAM. No problem.
    Latency, I do not care, and I have not optimized. This means that there must be room for maneuver.
    I use target trs card: I use it often for my guitar work, doing exercises on a battery chorus + rhythm guitar for example. So the squenceur:
    one or two tracks maximum recording time.
    April 2 tracks simultaneous playback recording.
    Little effect.

    Under these conditions, all is well …
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    All adj t say, right?

    UTILIZATION

    L also does it all say?
    The manual blah blah,
    drivers, yes ...
    installation maps: attention needs space on PCI.

    GETTING STARTED

    At home, everything is stable since I installed it.
    I'm on Win 98 SE, Intel III 887 Mhz, 512 MB RAM. No problem.
    Latency, I do not care, and I have not optimized. This means that there must be room for maneuver.
    I use target trs card: I use it often for my guitar work, doing exercises on a battery chorus + rhythm guitar for example. So the squenceur:
    one or two tracks maximum recording time.
    April 2 tracks simultaneous playback recording.
    Little effect.

    Under these conditions, all is well shot.
    No prob, Bob!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have the card for 1 year 1 / 2 approx.

    J'apprcie its simplicity of use and CHARACTERISTICS: function monitor, 8 input that I use (I do not unplug anything nor branch for a while), 8 outputs (which allows me to feed my hi-fi amplifier and others (hardly anyone has Cabasse with bowls of 12 "serious as computer speakers, right?), the flexibility of virtual connections (from any to any output, super)
    MIDI (to drive my Pod), headphone output with volume faade etc ...

    What you ask for?

    Mixers more ergonomic the screen? Yes.
    Use the I / O numriques? Yes yes, I'm going to start one day.

    Today I taterais well for the big sister, the ADDA 3000, but really more CHRE with small LEDs, level meters and lights everywhere, I love these little things ... the
    .
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  • TonymTonym

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 06/27/03 at 05:46
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    I have a
    -Intel P4 2GHz 512 MB SDRAM
    Win-XP
    -2 * 40GB IDE
    Korg-expander NS5R
    MPC2000-
    Yamaha synth-
    Truth B2031 monitors

    multiple entries motivates me.
    I put no 10/10 because it would have been much the digital inputs
    on the rack instead of the card, but brief.

    it ensures the synchronization perfectly between my MPC2000 and SX
    I n'itulise not spdif connectors ....

    UTILIZATION

    Installation is simple if you know a little about your pc

    the manual is clear who can read ....

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers very stable in:
    - Xp, SoundForge 6

    -15 Ms latency in cubase sx me are very adequate to the DTD

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months …
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    I have a
    -Intel P4 2GHz 512 MB SDRAM
    Win-XP
    -2 * 40GB IDE
    Korg-expander NS5R
    MPC2000-
    Yamaha synth-
    Truth B2031 monitors

    multiple entries motivates me.
    I put no 10/10 because it would have been much the digital inputs
    on the rack instead of the card, but brief.

    it ensures the synchronization perfectly between my MPC2000 and SX
    I n'itulise not spdif connectors ....

    UTILIZATION

    Installation is simple if you know a little about your pc

    the manual is clear who can read ....

    GETTING STARTED

    Drivers very stable in:
    - Xp, SoundForge 6

    -15 Ms latency in cubase sx me are very adequate to the DTD

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 4 months now.
    the mic inputs are very useful if you want to invest in a preamp right away.
    on the other hand, I do not notice the change when j'appuis the small button "Phantom"
    I pout a micro adaptenfin I think! (Behringer B2) and I have power to the rack.

    if anyone has an answer ....

    I had a Pinnacle, Isis, Audigy ex ...
    this card is for me the best at this price the same if I have to break my piggy bank
    Nine 519 in April 2003!
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  • manpilemanpile

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 08/02/03 at 05:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    STA-see site or test Audiofanzine
    I got:
    -Gain headphone output faade rack, a little too low ...
    Env.2m-cable, but much too rigid (ds time to be careful efforts on the connectors)
    purchase price: approx. 410 euros

    My choice:
    I compltement new to computer music, that's three months as jai consider this purchase, I wanted to go to the DTD without leaving my pay!
    I saw no other card with all these possibilitsrunies for this award
    the good news of this card has convinced me.
    I make the battery, I need at least 8 tracks with 6.3 jack connectors
    the two are INTERESTED pramp (no need for an upstream gear taken Stereo)
    MIDI In / Out
    I / O numriques
    the routing is comp…
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    STA-see site or test Audiofanzine
    I got:
    -Gain headphone output faade rack, a little too low ...
    Env.2m-cable, but much too rigid (ds time to be careful efforts on the connectors)
    purchase price: approx. 410 euros

    My choice:
    I compltement new to computer music, that's three months as jai consider this purchase, I wanted to go to the DTD without leaving my pay!
    I saw no other card with all these possibilitsrunies for this award
    the good news of this card has convinced me.
    I make the battery, I need at least 8 tracks with 6.3 jack connectors
    the two are INTERESTED pramp (no need for an upstream gear taken Stereo)
    MIDI In / Out
    I / O numriques
    the routing is complete internal mixer gnial, it's true, no clear trs dpart

    UTILIZATION

    Hardware: 10 min (requires hardware!)
    driver card: 2 min
    Card config: 5 min
    the manual (in English) will not give any
    I am running XP-Pro with an AMD 1800 + overclock (1.6go), 512 MB (333), 60GB IDE HDD Maxtor trs 7200, radeon video ATI7000, kt4v MSI motherboard (VIA chipset), an internal modem, 97 disables its ac `ds the bios, the ADDA IRQ9 ddi, no conflicts ... (I had to disable a USB port in xp mulait IRQ9! arghhhhh! .. .)
    I still have 4 others including 2 USB 2.0, is a ...
    I carefully followed the advice of Audiofanzine the config, I d qd even re-install XP as standard, and have strength in the bios IRQ9 port pci N3, others are in the car. important irq from the bios are those "rels" unlike xp which recasts APIC mode as he wants ...

    APRS everything I read or Tlcharger, j'apprhendais stability with my VIA chipset motherboard, but too late, I had bought before, without whether for audio gear I would be compatible ...()
    the driver of the card I took it on the CD provided and date of April 2003 !!!...
    So I could quickly test the operation using the one from a microphone in 5 minutes!
    (Precipitation Occurred when you hold us (again)! ...
    cblage the virtual trs simple ... (I bone up on the site even when STA before receiving the card!)
    the internal mixer can be simpler, the patchbay is a bit fuzzy at beginners
    config driver ASIO2.0: internal clock, does not lock the sample rate, the rest is used via the software.
    Software OFFER: 2 / 10
    provided that: Logic Pro audio for me is "can" even I would not waste space on the disk to a! (IMMEDIATE uninstalled!)
    some plugins as freeware / shareware and testing plugins (WAVES. ..)
    the problem is the plugins gogogadget aspect of most of them!
    I use Samplitude plutt the config is fast, it's a drivers ASIO2.0 soft!

    GETTING STARTED

    My first attempts:
    analog mixing desk for the toms pramplis microphones and inserts all live out, over the heads directly on the rack XLR (1 +2), + g.caisse c.claire go through a pramp ULTRAGAIN + call a pro (4 from 3.) lgre compression / gate decision.
    8 drum tracks with both 32-bit 48khz + Floating at earlier pieces I import a project without track cd battery (which plays in making playback) and:

    NO PROBLEM, Impec ...
    it works!

    I 5ms latency (on this test!)
    Read (APRS have recorded four more tracks percu so 12 in total) I have no cracking or bug ...
    ct effects I have used almost the effects samplitude cad (APRS taken):
    - A reverb in aux1 used by all tracks.
    - Compressor on GC / CC
    - A plug on the DC (Spatializer)
    - Gates / expanders on 4 toms to finish cleaning!
    - Master filters
    - Enhancer in master
    - Equalizers on all tracks + master
    everything myself MNE use about 20% cpu and 5% of SD

    2nd TEST:
    an identical config test
    - Taking into 32bit 96khz 5ms latency: 240 errors DTECT by the soft decision! go!
    - Same but with 10ms: 40 errors: better!
    Ditto, but with 13ms: 0 errors: phew!
    I jou also on the size and number of buffers in the soft more importance!

    On this test read plugins I have 4 + the effects of the first test a VST track: I am 60% CPU utilization and 30% of SD.
    reading must also tweak the buffers, they hurt paramtrs cause cracking.
    Note that I did not plant the PC, made about 10, has come when I would push the srement rglages!
    For now ok EST

    OVERALL OPINION

    In DTD, apparently cest difficult dobtenir of stability with my trials and without refined rglages my max, I am confident but surprised both seen everything that is said in the forums, namely : crashes, the crappy VIA chipsets, the AMD not top the craquementsce that is not said in these discussions cest the fawn which is configure the machine to the smallest dtails, which unfortunately can make the difference!
    Hoontech focused product that is still a cardboard vritable 2 years APRS its release! it is far from the trs trs dja magnto 4 tracks! if you compare the price dun magntoK7 Tascam or other, we laugh!
    - Little less: I note, however background noise that comes srement the rack, move the mouse when I hear small parasites (headphone volume donf !...) seem that you need a external power supply (d advised by st-audio yet ... see if The symptoms persist)

    Ms. recoilless I advise those who hsitent this card, it allows all the same to eight tracks (two num) without breaking the bank, what model and why not much more ?!!...
    sr is I have the prfrerais 8 comes into symtrique but hey, this is the price can not lexiger! Report qualitprix is ​​my opinion the best of the market and do dcevra person of his investment, I was fine with me 100%!
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  • zé-carloszé-carlos

    Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-PortPublished on 11/14/03 at 09:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    8 inputs including 2 XLR with phantom power supply and preamp, I have a microphone, an expander and a platinum branch runs well above ca

    UTILIZATION

    C for the installation is simple you plug it installs the drivers and all is well
    cons by taking the drivers on the net for an independent control of each input

    GETTING STARTED

    5ms latency in 24 bits for a reading of 30 tracks (j have not try again for the moment)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had the more a year, as recorded with XLR preamp, c is the least that we must not push too hard the preamp on pain of hearing tros variations with transient
    good value quality / price, I Ferrer a well system 24 inputs / 24 outp…
    Read more
    8 inputs including 2 XLR with phantom power supply and preamp, I have a microphone, an expander and a platinum branch runs well above ca

    UTILIZATION

    C for the installation is simple you plug it installs the drivers and all is well
    cons by taking the drivers on the net for an independent control of each input

    GETTING STARTED

    5ms latency in 24 bits for a reading of 30 tracks (j have not try again for the moment)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had the more a year, as recorded with XLR preamp, c is the least that we must not push too hard the preamp on pain of hearing tros variations with transient
    good value quality / price, I Ferrer a well system 24 inputs / 24 outputs with the addition of other cards
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