I actually have the 1010 w the Rack Unit, not the LT, having read that the LT seemed less of quality than the Rack. Not sure if that is true, though.
I had just installed it on my box [xp, sp2] which was a breeze, took a whole minute or two, if that, to determine what buffer rate to use [at 96khz], via a few tests in Acid Pro.
Frankly, I love the damn thing. So clear sounding, so nice. My prior 'setup' consisted of something that recorded at 44.1 and 16bit...which sounded wretched. Im glad to hear my Virus sound as it should, and not thinned out via a bad setup.
Rating: 9 out of 10
posted Thursday, 21-Aug-08 at 19:19
a part-timer user
from Detroit USA writes:
A very nice card. Sounds great and simple to setup. 8 Analog inputs and outputs, but only 2 channels of S/PDIF. For the price, you can't go wrong. Performed MUCH better than my Soundblaster XFI card. When you step up to multi-tracking, you need a card that can deliver. Soundblasters are for regular home usage. Take note, yes it has XLR and Mic Preamps, but it does NOT have phantom power. 6 more channels of S/PDIF and phantom power would have given this 5 stars, but hey, you can get em for less than $200 brand new. You can sell your old recording hardware, buy the delta 1010-LT, an still have money left over.
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