Attached to the RME babyface but do not have the means, I folded this clone with the seller I praised the quality of digital converters, "almost identical" to the babyface. The only difference to me he explained constrcuction is less robust and no soft with the card. The breakout is the same as those on the EMR (the sub-taitent in Alva.
I use a PC with Cubase I5 on Windows7. No connection problem ... I do not understand the previous message ...
I branch mainly two XLR microphones on that transplanting bass and guitar amps, keyboard MIDI input on all this and I get the line out on a console preamp. Sometimes I plug in my live instruments in high impedance input jack, and it's going very well.
Drivers Stables. I did not yet reported for drivers
Inaudible latency, I look and post the exact time. Cubase 5
I record each instrument alone, suddenly it's two tracks max (micro + DI)
My projects are generally not more than 16 tracks. No problem of reading
Easy installation: just install a driver
I have just read the manual to identify what is the LED on the card.
The large knob operates much like a mouse button: click one and switch to another channel setting, and turn to the left or right to decrease or increase the level.
Only downside: the presence of breath at certain levels and strangely not necessarily when the level is higher.
I use it for almost a year.
Before I had a line 6 GX.
I bought it so I can easily move with a laptop.
Today to choose from, I will fall for a map more 'strong' and a computer with a tower.
Level but quality / price I think this card really not bad.