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 hoonetech audio dsp 24 adc&dac 2000 At a Glance  
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arrowReleased:  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 7.8/10arrow User reviews: (12)
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arrowSoftware: Win 95/98, Win NT, Win XP, OSX,
arrowHardware: PCI
James T. Kirk writes:
8CH Analog inputs( Support Hard Recording for each Channel) Support 2 Ch Phantom Power( 2 Channel MIC) & Line input pre-amp Gain control for XLR & 2CH(IN1,2) inputs, Peak Lights for XLR & 2CH(IN1,2) inputs

- 96khz 24bit ADC/DAC Chip using

- Input Sampling Rates : 33KHz, 44.1Khz, 48Khz, 88.2Khz, 96Khz

- Converter Resolution :16-Bit, 20-bit, 24-bit

8CH Analog Outputs(1/4" jack )

- 2CH balanced XLR outputs support

- Monitoring Head-phone connector(1/4" jack)

- Output Sampling rates : 33kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz

- Output Data : 24-bit

MIDI Supports * 16Ch 2 Port (32CH) Standard MPU-401 MIDI outputs support. * 16Ch 1 Port Standard MPU-401 MIDI input support.

Good Points
1.7 ms asio2 drivers. 3.0 ms asio drivers. 24/96 at a price musicians can afford. for "pro" (balenced i/o on all ins and outs) you can get the ACDIII and DACIII boxes instead of adc&dac2000 kit.
Bad Points
multiple clients cannot access same outs at same time (ie: cubase can be using outs 1&2 while Acid Pro uses outs 3&4, you cant have cubase and acid going into outs 3&4 simultainiously)

however, there is a "mix out" option which lets you monitor everything on outs 1&2 (or the cards built-in output) to work around this driver issue. It is going to be updated in a later release.


 hoonetech audio dsp 24 adc&dac 2000 Specifications:

Digital IOs:
S/pdif I/O
Analog IOs:
8*8 on rack, 2*2 on card. (up to 40 *40 with expansions)
Midi IOs:
1 in, 2 outs
Maximum Resolution:96k @ 24 bits
Software supported:
Asio, Asio2, Gsif, DirectX,
optional add-on addition adc & dac boxes can easily be added on to give you more ins and outs.

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