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arrowReleased: 98-ish  arrowVersion: 0.00
arrowRated: 7.0/10arrow User reviews: (3)
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arrowSoftware: Win 95/98, Win NT, Win XP, OSX,
arrowHardware: PCI
arrow Plugin formats: TDM. Audio Units. RTAS
Doyle writes:
Its a budget priced card that works great for me. I am not into recording midi, or anything else like that, so the fact that it does mainly digital audio is great, for me at least. I don't have the money for higher priced cards and i believe that this is the best 'bang for the buck (or quid, if your in the UK)'. I use it with Cakewalk and it werks perfectly.

Good Points
The noise is very low, i recently hooked it up to my boom box and recorded a tape that sounded excellent. Its easy to use, no frills and fits the price range of poor teenage kids like me.
Bad Points
the lack of SPDIF could be a factor, but i don't really have much use for that, yet, so i guess thats my only complaint.

 Midiman DMAN PCI Specifications:

Analog IOs:
Midi IOs:
Max tracks: cpu dependent
Maximum Resolution:48k@16bits (fixed)
i don't think so
Software supported:
All as far as i know
midi synth board


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