M-Audio US41077 Delta 1010LT PCI Virtual Studio Sound Card
The M-Audio US41077 Delta 1010LT PCI Virtual Studio Sound Card delivers much of the same universal connectivity, high fidelity and seamless performance as the popular M-Audio popular Delta 1010 on a single PCI card—and at a fraction of the price. Multiple analog I/O, MIDI, S/PDIF and surround sound support are all here. Two inputs even have mic/line preamps on XLR connectors, saving the expense of outboard preamps. It’s all on a compact, half-size PCI card with two color-coded breakout cables. Combine up to four Deltas* in your system for a maximum of 32 analog and four stereo S/PDIF inputs and outputs. So be sure to pick up the M-Audio US41077 Delta 1010LT PCI Virtual Studio Sound Card today!
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I have occasional pops and crackling coming from the audio playback into powered speakers using output from the card. There is a problem motherboards with the SandyBridge platform that causes these pops from conflicts on the PCI bus. The card is nice but I will have to use another sound card for playback. The random noise pops are not recorded and are on playback only. Great value considering you get ProTools and Ableton Lite which is what I use.
the sound quality alone is worth the money. all worked well out of the box, no problems. I wish the 2 xlr mic imputs were more easily converted to line imputs with some kind of adaptor, a minor problem.
Awesome card for recording
Pros I purchased this card about two years ago and have used it quite a bit. Its performance is amazing for home studio recording. It fixed my problem I was having with the sound becoming distorted when loading a lot of audio, MIDI, or virtual instruments. There's also hardly any latency. Cons No phantom power (so your mixing board or pre-amp will need that in order to run a condenser microphone). Also, there's a big issue with it on xp that they've refused to fix. If you use a newer driver for it, it will randomly distort tracks that you are recording. It doesn't happen real often, but it it quite a pain.
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