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Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-Port
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Hoontech DSP24 + ADDA2000 / DSP2000 C-Port

PCI/ISA + Rack Soundcard from Hoontech .

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avantscene avantscene
Publié le 12/27/01 à 08:53
PCI sound card, 8 analog I with two mic preamp and phantom power, the card works on 98, XP and 2000, she has a daughter card, an external rack comprising the majority of connections. the circuit's "multimedia" is a bit light, it was not really necessary

UTILIZATION

The installation went well under 98, in 2000 a little more complex, less concern with the new drivers to download on the net. virtual patch does not master right away.

GETTING STARTED

Its use is very flexible, I really do everything with, the quality is very satisfactory for this card range. for voice, better still use an external preamp

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 months now and I am entirely satisfied.
I even used to live on the organization of events (sound and light) and multitrack NO WORRY Hoontech bravo for this card Who is really up to my expectations, it is true that we spend time to master it but it's nothing without
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