Sonic State Studio / Audio Cards/Hardware / MIDIMAN Delta Audiophile 2496

Average rating: 7.7/10 out of 10

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i ran the midi with cubase and the jd800 editor without any loop back problems - so i guess it is multi client

posted Tuesday, 13-May-03 at 19:30
BetaCAM a Professional user from Israel writes:
Well, in one sentece: a real good card with just the minimum needed to run. I don't use its MIDI because I own Midisport 2x2 and no problem to integrate them both.

I experienced clicks and pops at first. Then I moved from Win2k to Win XP PRO with SP1, installed as Standard PC, and walla, no problems! I tweaked a little bit here and there but generally speaking, it works great!

Low latency, I'm having the time of my life playing the Emagic Fender Rhodes VST Plug In used in Cubase SX, as soon as I press the keyboard, the sound comes out.

How does it sound? very bright, maybe little too much but its got Full range sound, nothing I've heard at this price range sounds close, not even my friend's Pulsar.

Tech support is Poor, nothing to do about that, which is why I only give it 8 out of 10, all you can do is hope for the best and keep up the good faith!

Cheers!

Rating: 8 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 13-May-03 at 12:58
SoMoS a hobbyist user from Spain writes:
Someone knows if has the MIDI driver multiclient support? You know, is it able to manage a sequencer and a synth editor at the same time without shit like the Hubis Loopback?

posted Tuesday, 22-Apr-03 at 8:49
LoLo a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I stopped the clicking noise on my Audiophile card by changing to DMA mode (Device Manager>Hard drive controllers>CD Rom controllers>DMA). Hope that helps someone.

posted Monday, 21-Apr-03 at 18:2
Bob a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I needed a new audio card to replace my old Soundblaster. Recording my MIDI instruments into the Soundblaster line-in just wasn't cutting it anymore. I looked at this card and also the Echo Maya. I decided to go for the Audiophile because it was a little less expensive and seems to be a little more popular.

After reading some stories of pops and crackles, I fully expected a battle to get this installed in my loaded Windows 2000 machine. Surprisingly, I had no major issues during installation.

The sound quality of the Audiophile is excellent and I'm extremely pleased with recordings I've made with it.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Monday, 10-Mar-03 at 12:27
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