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The system is stable and capable. It is ideal for making high-quality demo recordings, and when combined with other high-quality gear will provide professional results on more ambitious projects. Similar to the Delta 66 interface I previously reviewed, this one provides great flexibility in routing and monitoring of 4296 audio signals.
The card is multi-client 246, meaning the user can allow more than one application to access the soundcard simultaneously. The system uses the same converters as the Delta 66 I have reviewed previously and sounds nearly as good.
The card is quiet, sounds uniformly good throughout the audio range from very highs to very lows. I then rebooted and instructed Windows to search the C: Typically, balanced cables will provide greater sound insulation and resistance to RFI interference than unbalanced cables. I uninstalled the drivers and installed the drivers that came on the floppy directly to my C: The driver support is superior.
Using the software, I was able to route my signals as desired and exercise control over them from there. Unfortunately, the new drivers did not work well in mamual system, freezing on reboot. It worked well, with the included drivers, out of the gate. Windows 98SE found the soundcard and I loaded the drivers.
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Sound quality While I did not expect this soundcard to rival the sound quality of more expensive systems I have reviewed, I was still quite surprised and pleased with its sound quality. There is a bit of a learning curve initially that audjophile well worth it once you understand it. M Audio provides a small but thorough manual with the card. At its price point, the card is rather remarkable in what it provides to the user and what it is capable of.
Before audiophille install I downloaded the latest drivers from the M Audio site and put them on a floppy as directed.
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I instructed Windows to replace the newer drivers and was successful in getting the card installed. This cable set plugs into the soundcard on the back of the computer. Conclusions M Audio has typically provided strong and timely driver support and I did not need to contact them regarding any technical issues about this card. I would strongly suggest to the user that they use high-quality RCA cabling to minimize any potential interference – – this will definitely ensure getting the high-fidelity this card is capable of.
The user could use a sequencer to play a MIDI track, play a software synthesizer kanual record audio simulataneously, while monitoring all mwnual tracks through some monitor speakers.
Please see the graphic above. However, the option of having MIDI connectivity makes this a well-rounded soundcard. The manual is well-written and explains necessary aspects of digital recording, installation and troubleshooting.
All in all, the card is capable of answering most recording needs in a small home studio.
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My only complaint is that the connections are all at the back of the computer and can be rather difficult to access if you need to change the cabling for any reason.
This is truly a useable and capable card. I was not disappointed. It found them and warned me that they were older than the ones currently on the system.
Since then, I have had no troubles whatsoever with the driver installation.
I used the card to record some vocals and acoustic guitar on a project I am working on and was quite pleased with its ease of use and quality. However, it remains true that a balanced connector will ultimately provide better sound quality, though the differences may not be easily discernible. This card is designed to target the burgeoning market of computer based theater and home recording applications.
Would this be noticeable in the typical home setup? The only true audio diffence between this card and the Delta 66 rests in the use of unbalanced RCA cables. All in all, the software makes for great flexibility in using the system, providing a high level of control over the system to the user. Installation is straightforward, plugging the soundcard into a PCI slot, hooking up the cable adapter and booting the computer.