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8oris 8oris
Published on 10/15/08 at 14:16
Value For Money : Excellent
- What technical specifications motivated your choice?

Price, 2 inputs, and direct monitoring, the USB connection and the size

- For what purpose?

computer music only!

- What is your config (motherboard / CPU / Ram / Hard ,...)?

Processor Dual Core 2.0 Ghz 3GB RAM 5400 rpm HDD

- Which instruments or Systmes (console, prampli, DTD ...) you use it and how connections? ...
Connects to the PC with either a guitar (with effects pedals), a microphone, or a collection outdoor source (sampler, BR)

I put 8 because the point. It's not cheap manufacturing level, accessible entrances, and all functional!

Be careful, you can believe that between XLR is available, but it is a delusion, for against the 0202 comes with an adapter jack / XLR ...

UTILIZATION

- Installation is it without problem?
Yes no problem! CD player required

- Have you experienced any incompatibility?
None.

- The configuration gnrale is easy?
Yes it's plug and play so trs simple. A small adjustment of peripherals in Cubase and go

- The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
I did not read more than once but there is no information overload.

GETTING STARTED

- The drivers are stable?
Home yes! I ddi pc after a computer music which only ca (no network card, antivirus, firewall or other eating resources)

- Are they often put day?
Not had the opportunity to test but srieuse Emu is a box so there is no reason.

- What software do you use most often?
Cubase.

- What you get lag?
10 ms ...

- How many tracks you get record / playback simultanment? ...
After 6 or 7 with VST, the pc galre!
Otherwise, I know if it's 0202 or cubase but sometimes the PC dropped the case, Cubase simply disappears and a (more or unfortunately) reboot is (are) needed!

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?

4 months but I use it daily in computer music ts

- What is the particular feature you like best
The ease of functionality for the rapid understanding of the bazaar and the price

The least?
RAS! The color can be!
The output level not adjustable!
The interface which is really nothing (but really eh! It just allows to know if the card is connected or not)

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
I had a TonePort UX1 (sold but much more delicious because of Gearbox) and I had some expriences with SB Audigy LE: D!

- How do you report qualitprix?
Excellent especially since the bundle is uniquely provided: Cubase, Sonar, Ableton, Amplitube, only versions lights but gives a broad overview of the tools of computer music. Excellent when beginners in this world where there plthore possibilities for each element of the string registration!
on the other hand long term, it will end in another card a little more "robust" functionally and physically speaking ...

- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Yes or I would take the 0404 that has "more" interesting!
MOTU or if j'tais blind sub!

FYI, the link to the site builder ( http://www.emu.com/products/product.asp?category=610&subcategory=611&product=15186&nav=technicalSpecifications )
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