M-Audio Delta 66
M-Audio Delta 66

Delta 66, PCI/ISA + Rack Soundcard from M-Audio in the Delta series.

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killing_time 08/28/2011

M-Audio Delta 66 : killing_time's user review

«  A reliable machine! »

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I always had an M-Audio 44 since 2000, my choice is instinctively saw that my need to use has not changed a live pre-amp microphone, a mixer, and even another mobile USB interface ...

I use it on a PC:
- Motherboard: Asus P5-
- CPU: dual-core with 4 GB of RAM and a 1TB HDD .. and everything is stable.

I use the card for multitrack lenregistrement: guitar, vocals, bass ... etc. without any problem.


The drivers are stable, tlchargeable on the official website, I use Cubase Sx 5 with a reasonable latency Asio drivers using the card for my use I get to have four tracks simultaneously in direct recording, but it is possible to mount up to 8 mono (not yet tested.


For those with a Delta 44 and passing over a 66, it is highly recommended to those used in the 66 logic would tell me about you, but on some systems, those of 44, 66 rotate easily but any problem with some of the same. I use the version "Delta_6_0_2_5_10_0_5074" which is stable on XP (x86), and for Windows 7 (x64) I recommend "" which is stable but also reliable because I had problem of latency with the old beta version.
configuration is easily addressed by gnrale against supplmentaire knowledge of the world "spdif" is mandatory if you want to enjoy the IN / OUT numriques


I always used an M-Audio Delta either a 44 or 66 delta due to the low difference between the two, from 2000 to 2009 for 44 and 66.


- Low latency.
- Intuitive easy rglage
- Possibility to have benefits of rglage
- Of dcrochage can see no sound if the system is stable

the -:
- The output symtrie Drout and therefore always in mono headphones, the Stereo is forgotten

I test lots of other models the era but for the price quality ratio I opt for the 44 and I ended up with 66 cder the time I tell myself if M-Audio Releases a new version of the 66 I would lessee without problem.