Sonic State Studio / Midi/Sync Interfaces / MIDIMAN Sport USB 4x4

Average rating: 5.8/10 out of 10

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Lucid a Professional user from USA writes:
I don't know how you guys have problems..we have tried this thing on 4 seperat machine Pentium 233mmx,Pentium 166,Pentium Pro 200 and an Athlon 600 and not 1 songle glitch or timing problem,they run perfectly. And as you can see 3 of these systems are all old beast while running digital audio and still no problems,what kinda system r u using??

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Saturday, 18-Nov-00 at 18:11
Bulb a part-timer user from Australia writes:
This interface does have problems with clicks in audio. It took me a long itme to work it out but it is definatley a problem with the midisport, that does transpose over numerous machines that you install it on. I emailed Midiman about this and got no help, and i went into clear detail about the problem. If you are about to buy consider other options.

posted Saturday, 18-Nov-00 at 11:4
Lucid a Professional user from USA writes:
Total BS...We use a PC166 with 64MB Live while using A digital audio card and running audio tracks..We have never ever had any problems what so ever with this interface.It runs smoot as silk,contrary to what this other guys says..You must be doing something terribly wrong or not installing something right alex.

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Wednesday, 15-Nov-00 at 21:29
Alex a hobbyist user from USA writes:
This is a BAD BAD interface if you're using a PC and a digital audio card. The MIDIMAN USB drivers (or maybe even the hardware itself) interfere with the PCI bus processes, causing bad distortion (clicks & pops) in your audio. I don't know if this happens on a Mac, but I know a number of PC users who had the same problem. After I got rid of my MIDISPORT, I got an Emagic interface, which works great with PC-USB and my Echo Gina24 card. If you're not using digital audio, the MIDI processes of this interface work fine, just like advertised. But i still would not recommend this to any PC user, because even if you're not using digital audio now, most likely sooner or later you will want to. Go with Emagic and save yourself the trouble. And no, I'm not an Emagic salesman =)

Rating: 2 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 14-Nov-00 at 18:39
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