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M-Audio Delta 410 PCI Recording System
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High-end sound with powerful control options for the home studio.
This 4x10 24-bit/96kHz full-duplex recording interface is packed with really useful features like zero latency monitoring, convenient and powerful routing possibilities, unsurpassed fidelity, superior driver technology, and the broadest compatibility of any card. Includes PCI card with breakout cable to gold-plated RCA jacks. 8 analog outs with +4dB or -10dB unbalanced signal levels. 2 analog ins for -10dB unbalanced. S/PDIF I/O. Included Delta Control Panel software lets you configure for AC3, DTS surround, SCMS, and more. Drivers for all popular programs.
- PCI card with breakout cable to gold-plated RCA jacks
- 4 x 10 24-bit/96kHz full-duplex recording interface
- Broadest compatibility of any card
- 8 analog outs with +4dB or -10dB unbalanced signal levels
- 2 analog ins for -10dB unbalanced
- S/PDIF I/O
- Included Delta Control Panel software for comprehensive digital mixing, routing, and monitoring
- Requirements for PC: Windows 95, Pentium II 400, 64MB of SDRAM, and UDMA EIDE or ATA 33/66 or better
- Requirements for Mac: MacOS 8.6, G3, 64MB of RAM or better
If it's usually just you or you and a friend in your studio, this is the card you need. It's affordable with high sound quality and lots of great features. Do it!
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Overall, a decent product at a decent price - drivers are fully functional for most applications. I'm never really very impressed with an RCA pin-jack breakout fan, though. Good for consumer use, and non-critical pro-sumer demo work.
i own a delta 1010 and a 410 and the 410 is right behind the 1010. for a serious musician that doesnt want to shell out large cash for an interface i highly recomend this card!
I have been using this card in a Mac G4 running Logic Express and it is a great card. No latency problems, great sound quality. The Delta control panel gives you a lot of options for routing sounds to the various inputs/outputs. My only complaint is that the Delta COntol panel doesn't remember the settings when you start up the next time. A minor inconvenience but an inconvenience nonetheless. Still recommended though.
To record, I use the SPDIF digital input coming from a DigiTube pre-amplifier and that way I'm not really bothered by the RCA breakout cables. In fact, for my use two output channels are sufficient: one for the monitors, one for the headphone in the voice booth (using the direct monitoring). Latency at 48kHz is about 11ms in my P2.8GHz system because I use a buffer of 512 samples to avoid any glitch. This is not good enough for voice (use direct monitoring for that), but is OK for playing a software synth. Only 7 on features 'cause nowadays 192kHz is the standard; but I don't need it... Sound quality is very satisfying.
I ordered this card after reading as much as I could about it online (and there wasn't much to read!). It uses the same chipset as the other Delta line, and the sound quality is superb.. I plugged it in, complete plug and play. I have it hooked up to my Tascam TM-D1000 Digital Mixer and it works perfectly.
I bought mine a year ago, and has worked like a charm. Crystal clear recording in Sonar 2.0 XL. But when I installed the cakewalk producer 4 it started have problems. (Stuttering and popping noises....) come to find out it's a known problem with this particular card and Cakewalk Software! I went back to sonar 2.0 and it works like a charm. So until the folks at Cakewalk figure out the problem with 4.0 I'm rockin the old school. Other than that it's a great CARD! I use it in Sonar, Reason, and Native Instruments.
Great product for Live , Reason and Protools. Oh and DONT FORGET to turn off all your system sounds cuzz your fall in love with it so much when your up 3am in the morning recording with all your outputs you dont want that irratating *BEEP* from some windows dialog getting into your mix. Low latency too....just wish it had a MIDI port on it.
I'll keep this simple for you. You can't beat this card even at two or three times the price. Extremely versatile and east to use. Need I say more. It's great when I go to the studio. Instead of it taking me hours to dump midi to audio it only takes me 10 to 15 minutes. Ten...count em...ten outputs. The unit paid for itself with my first studio session.