M-Audio releases Delta WaveWorks PCI System

Not just another card, then?      03/08/00

M-Audio has announced the launch of the WaveWorks, the latest card in M-Audio's successful Delta family. It's an 'extremely versatile and inexpensive solution for a variety of audio and A/V needs', says the company, 'ranging from multitrack recording to home theatre systems'. The WaveWorks card offers S/P-DIF and MIDI I/O, along with stereo analogue I/Os on RCA jacks with 24-bit 96kHz converters that deliver a reported 110dB dynamic range. That's pretty good... The WaveWorks card also supports a variety of Dolby formats and DVD-Audio, includes a powerful digital mixer/router, and control over SCMS (Serial Copy Management System). Delta cards support all computer platforms and major software programs. Minimum requirements for PC are Windows 95, 98 or NT; Pentium II 266MHz - (96kHz operation) or Pentium 200 MMX (48kHz or less); 128Mb of PC100 RAM - (96kHz operation) or 64Mb of SDRAM - (48kHz and under); UDMA EIDE or SCSI drive. Mac people: G4, G3 or G3 accelerator; 128Mb RAM for 96kHz operation, or 96Mb RAM for 48kHz. More from your Midiman dealer...

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