Reviews and Problems with M-Audio Delta 44 PCI Sound Card
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Great starter card to put into your older desktop. Good bargain and audio!
17 February 2012
Summary: A solid card for the price, it cleared up my audio playback/recording noticeable over the on-board sound. I had some trouble operating the card under a Linux operating system (Ubuntu 10.04) but I was able to get it to work. I've since switched to Windows XP and the drivers are rock solid I'm happy with the card.
I've purchased 2 of them to add to my home studio. Very quiet and d
25 September 2011
Summary: M Audio Delta 44 PCI Audio Interface The M Audio Delta 44 offers the professional performance required by today's most popular software programs, and provides you with features like 96kHz recording, zero latency monitoring, digital mixing, and controllable SCMS. I/O is provided on four 1/4-inch balanced/unbalanced I/Os. Drivers are included for Mac, Win & Linux, and support for Sound Manager, ASIO ASIO2, GSIF, EASI, multi-client WDM (2K) & MME.
Summary: This card will solve all your problems with soft synths and DAWs. The line ins will let you integrate all your hardware into the mix with anything you do with your computer. Buy this product. You will not be disappointed.
Excerpt: Originally written by fred le castel on Audiofanzine FR. The main reason why I bought this sound card is that it was a bargain on ebay. M-Audio products have a very good value for money, they are Mac compatible (I have a Mac G4). I wanted an external interface because they make connections easier. The two ins/outs are enough for me to connect my mixer.
Excerpt: The main reason for my Torné to this map, was in fact the correct OCCAZ found on e bay as immediate purchase for 80 euro, but before confirming my purchase, I have been looking at the functionality and compatibility, because I possesses a
Excerpt: - What characteristics have motivated your choice? The rack, the jacks - For what purpose? Recording, editing and production of original compositions / reading sequence rehearsal 'and live from a PC