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  • flegmatizeflegmatize

    E-MU 0202 USBPublished on 07/11/11 at 08:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I was looking for a small external sound card with 2 inputs to start the computer music.
    I used it mainly to make a combo mic + guitar.

    Config: Core 2 Duo 3.6GHz, 4GB ram, seven 64-bit

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers stable.
    Record 2 tracks simultaneously without problems
    Latency of around 6ms.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installation simplicime.
    Some problems desynchronizations XP, which disappeared after passing under seven.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Is what is asked.
    Never had a problem with, yet I abused, it's solid ^.
    Never understood what the purpose of the monitor volume knob ... never worked with me.
    We would love input XLR / jack instead of XLR / JACK + JACK.
    Prea…
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    I was looking for a small external sound card with 2 inputs to start the computer music.
    I used it mainly to make a combo mic + guitar.

    Config: Core 2 Duo 3.6GHz, 4GB ram, seven 64-bit

    UTILIZATION

    Drivers stable.
    Record 2 tracks simultaneously without problems
    Latency of around 6ms.

    GETTING STARTED

    Installation simplicime.
    Some problems desynchronizations XP, which disappeared after passing under seven.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Is what is asked.
    Never had a problem with, yet I abused, it's solid ^.
    Never understood what the purpose of the monitor volume knob ... never worked with me.
    We would love input XLR / jack instead of XLR / JACK + JACK.
    Preamps correct.
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  • DiZ69DiZ69

    E-MU 0202 USBPublished on 02/25/10 at 01:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Prices, output monitor + multimedia output, 2 inputs my (1 stereo) preamp ...
    PC, Intel c2dE8400, Gigabite EP45-UD3P; BlackCaviar WD 640GB 32MB, 2GB DDRII (current config)
    This card was purchased until they could offer me better (this is done for a long time ago)
    used with Reason

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers they are stable: NO

    They are often updated: NO

    Soft: Reason

    Latency: time (I remember, but with these drivers crap, I rather not better be a little greedy)

    I tested only one

    GETTING STARTED

    trouble free installation

    I met a lot of blue screens, a "floral" config on two very different ...

    General configuration ultra easy

    Manual: perfect

    OV…
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    Prices, output monitor + multimedia output, 2 inputs my (1 stereo) preamp ...
    PC, Intel c2dE8400, Gigabite EP45-UD3P; BlackCaviar WD 640GB 32MB, 2GB DDRII (current config)
    This card was purchased until they could offer me better (this is done for a long time ago)
    used with Reason

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers they are stable: NO

    They are often updated: NO

    Soft: Reason

    Latency: time (I remember, but with these drivers crap, I rather not better be a little greedy)

    I tested only one

    GETTING STARTED

    trouble free installation

    I met a lot of blue screens, a "floral" config on two very different ...

    General configuration ultra easy

    Manual: perfect

    OVERALL OPINION

    I no longer use this card, I keep it to help me in case, has the opportunity

    I used it a few months

    A good point that there was the bundle comes with: WaveLab Lite, Cubase LE, Ableton Live 4, Sonar etc. ...

    bad point: the very poor performans of drivers of machines .. The breath unbearable input audio quality - preamp (but at this price ... normal ^ ^)

    value for money: a little extra in the competition, I am sure we have good drivers correctly coded, but the time was the best compromise function for money for me

    With experience, I would save more to buy a real sound card.
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  • MandelsonMandelson

    Not good my E-mu?

    E-MU 0202 USBPublished on 04/27/11 at 15:32
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I am a singer / songwriter and I write about instrumentals (reggae)

    I wanted a sound card to connect via USB which I have an XLR microphone input (because there is one XLR).

    Output jack of 6.35 for direct attack of studio monitors.
    Top!

    I came from a project with a motu 1202 and I wanted the same facility but easier.

    pc intel core2 duo 2 ghz 2 gb ram

    UTILIZATION

    Accustomed to Cubase, I tried came with Sonar LE. Since I paid for an update and I work only with that.

    I do not exceed 5 tracks when I add the vocals.

    GETTING STARTED

    The first box did not work, the seller was not proud. It was one of the first he sold.

    Then everything was installed nickel.…
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    I am a singer / songwriter and I write about instrumentals (reggae)

    I wanted a sound card to connect via USB which I have an XLR microphone input (because there is one XLR).

    Output jack of 6.35 for direct attack of studio monitors.
    Top!

    I came from a project with a motu 1202 and I wanted the same facility but easier.

    pc intel core2 duo 2 ghz 2 gb ram

    UTILIZATION

    Accustomed to Cubase, I tried came with Sonar LE. Since I paid for an update and I work only with that.

    I do not exceed 5 tracks when I add the vocals.

    GETTING STARTED

    The first box did not work, the seller was not proud. It was one of the first he sold.

    Then everything was installed nickel.
    plug n play (music) yeah you can say it!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I never left her. I plug in and sing. Once when I want studio quality; guess? I'm going in the studio.

    I've read reviews where she cracks! not with me
    I connect, I sing point. When I see now dearest card rca output, I think I have a great card. Too bad that the outputs are not balanced.
    See ya!

    mandelson@<span class="skimwords-unlinked">bandcamp.com</span> (if I may say so)
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    E-MU 0202 USBPublished on 12/08/08 at 17:47
    (Originally written by frankk/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Two 1/4" jack inputs, and USB.

    No Spdif, etc.

    No Midi in/out... it's a pity.

    UTILIZATION

    It takes only 10 minutes to install.

    GETTING STARTED

    I use two tracks at a time plus some plug-ins.

    The driver is not very reliable. I set the latency at 10 because the sound is altered with lower values! If

    you set it to two, you'll notice frequency losses, etc.

    The software bundle contains only limited versions so it's useless.

    The preamp and converters sound only ok. It's a pity.

    OVERALL OPINION

    One month of use

    Pros: power supply via USB.



    Cons: Average preamp sound.

    Not very s…
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    (Originally written by frankk/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    Two 1/4" jack inputs, and USB.

    No Spdif, etc.

    No Midi in/out... it's a pity.

    UTILIZATION

    It takes only 10 minutes to install.

    GETTING STARTED

    I use two tracks at a time plus some plug-ins.

    The driver is not very reliable. I set the latency at 10 because the sound is altered with lower values! If

    you set it to two, you'll notice frequency losses, etc.

    The software bundle contains only limited versions so it's useless.

    The preamp and converters sound only ok. It's a pity.

    OVERALL OPINION

    One month of use

    Pros: power supply via USB.



    Cons: Average preamp sound.

    Not very stable like all Emu Creatives I've tested.

    Useless software bundle.

    Latency time too high.

    I wouldn't buy it again.

    I'm happy I replaced it after testing a 0202 and a 1212...

    both of which sound no better and are even less stable.

    That's the reason I bought an M-Audio and an Edirol.

    They work seamlessly with my different PCs, and their drivers are reliable.

    They sound much better and the latency time is not audible.
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