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M-Audio Delta 10/10LT
spenno
post Jul 24 2003, 00:19
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Hi there I'm setting up a home studio and my Pc is to be there at the centre. I would like a high quality sound card with multiple i/o's.

I have seen the M-Audio 10/10LT which sound pretty cool does anyone have one of these and if so is it any good? I presume it is.

I would go for the 24/99 audiophile but it only has 2 analog inputs sad.gif

What other cards would you suggest?

Thanks

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Audio_Spyder
post Jul 24 2003, 10:49
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How many inputs do you need and what is your budget?

You could try an RME card:
http://www.rme-audio.de/english/index.htm

Or one of these:
http://www.egosys.net/1-pro/eng/product/wt...92m/wt192m.html

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spenno
post Jul 24 2003, 14:27
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I would like between 6 and 10 inputs to record my band setup.

My buget is about 300.

Do you know anything about the 10/10?

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spenno
post Jul 24 2003, 14:28
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Oh and thanks for the info on the other cards.

I've had a look, not heard of either previously. They both could do the job.
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post Jul 25 2003, 10:32
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Don't know too much about the 10/10, but was going to buy a 10/10LT. In the end got a 410 since I didn't need all the inputs.
One thing to be aware of is that the 10/10LT is closer to the 410 in terms of spec (SNR etc) than it is to a full 10/10. I don't think the 10/10LT has balanced inputs/outputs which could be of concern depending on what you are connecting it to.

I've seen the 10/10LT for about 300 in the UK, but can't remember where. A google search should come up with something.

From a quality perspective, I think the RME is better (purely subjective comment based on the spec) but it will end up costing more by the time you add on the I/O board for more inputs. You may still be able to pick up one of the older RME cards and I/O board for your budget.

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post Sep 25 2003, 01:39
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try here for your soundcard
http://www.millennium-music.biz/
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post Sep 25 2003, 19:05
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