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arrowRated: 10.0/10arrow User reviews: (1)
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arrowSoftware: Win 95/98, Win XP, Mac, OSX,
arrowHardware: PCI
Nick writes:
I just got one for my Mac G4/Dual 450. It does seem to work very well. The thing that discerns this card from other ADAT savvy PCI cards is that the ASIO driver code is burnt into ROM on the card istelf. This means that latency is inherrantly lower than on some other cards.

I have found that I can easily play the ESX-24 instruments with little delay - even for drums and when I have 18 inputs enabled.

So far I'm very pleased with it - for the price it's pretty amazing - when you consider that my previous card (Korg 1212) cost nearly twice the price new.

Good Points
Very good latency performance - great for VST instruments
Bad Points
Is a little unclear when setting up.

 RME Digifall 9636 Specifications:

Digital IOs:
2x ADAT I/O,spdif, ADAT sync
Max tracks: 32+
Maximum Resolution:24bit/96kHz
Software supported:
Any ASIO 2 compliant
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