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

Average rating: 7.7/10 out of 10

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Daniel a hobbyist user from Brazil writes:
Simply amazing! The instalation was a breeze, Win2K recognized the card and there was no conflict. I'm using it in a Pentium II 300 with 384MB RAM and also an Adaptec SCSI 2940, network card and a Sound Blaster AWE32.

The driver version is, and i get a latency of only 8ms. That's very good, given my old computer.

I really recommend this card for anyone trying to record and produce music inside a computer. My dream come true! Thanks M-Audio!

Rating: 10 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 04-Feb-03 at 13:36
Anne Hege a part-timer user from USA writes:
I am using the Audiophile 2496 with my G4 to alleviate the problem that the G4 I bought has no audio inputs. I can not get a good signal into the machine. It is highly distorted especially when I try to work with super collider. I'm thinking that the problem is because I have no built in audio in, so that the card is being routed to twice both in the main system and in the application. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Rating: 1 out of 10 posted Friday, 04-Oct-02 at 11:32
Scotty from US writes:
Gothekprod... did you try optimizing your XP OS to run applications instead of background proccesses? Check the maudio site for the latest driver, and if you have less than 256 mb of ram, get more.... hope that helps.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 05-Sep-02 at 18:18
Scotty a Professional user from US writes:
Audiophile worked fine in win 98se, and XP Professional. Having a lot of options for routing and a good clean sound... I love it so far. Best 179 you can spend on a card, and having a midi channel and spdif i/o means you get a chance to sync it up to your external hardware and I will be using the digi channel as an external bus for mastering effects. You link up to four, I don't know if anyone mentioned that yet. And the card is nice and short, for those with crowded cases...


Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Thursday, 05-Sep-02 at 18:13
Mike Good a part-timer user from England writes:
I purchased the Audiophile 2496 to give me a cheapish entry into harddisk recording. and the results have been excellent, having been an analogue tape machine user in the past, this card is everything I have dreamed of, it is very easy to configure and use and the drivers are a sinch in Windows XP 98 or NT, I have dedicated a machine soley for the purpose of recording audio and midi sequencing, the machine runs well although I do have what some would call a minimalist config. basicly a SCSI card for the disks a modem for downloads and the audio card itself I am very impressed with the quality of recordings which ultimatley means no more nasty tapes and analogue noise. In a nutshell great sound easy to setup and relativly inexpensive.

Rating: 9 out of 10 posted Tuesday, 27-Aug-02 at 8:16
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