Had me a little confused on some things inside the configuration of it, but we figured it out, found out what everything meant and went from there. I used a few different applications with this card. It sounds every bit as good as a cd playing directly through the pre-amp. Knowing what I know now I’d go with a higher quality USB or fire wire interface but back then they weren’t an option so had to work with what was available. M-Audio Audiophile overview.
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It’s very easy to use. The drivers are updated but the manual has not been. For those of you who are into keeping old equipment running like new, this card serves a great Legacy M-Audio product for your older PC studio.
Works great with my DAW. This has never bothered me in the least.
The sound is more crystalline and more flattering than the but it is all in the same price range and latency is higher with USB.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bomji23 from Inexpensive and solid I was ausiophile for a good, inexpensive solution for a one person home studio and this fits the bill.
The card ran almost immediately under XP. It still works perfectly. Most likley due to an uneven resistance in Ohms. Easy to install product. The coaxial 24//96 outputs are Dolby Digital 5. I have not yet really used it yet. I don’t remember exactly how much latency I encountered with this card I do remember that whatever latency i did experience wasn’t enough to hurt my music creating experience especially with the use of ASIO4ALL.
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No Longer Available Update Location close. If you’re tired on dimpy, tinny, and muddy sound from the onboard audio, try this card. But so far so good. It also worked immediately on Ubuntu Linux without any configuration.
M-Audio Audiophile PCI (2496) Sound Card
If you’ve got that, excellent. M-Audio External Sound Cards. The sound is not as flattering as other brands I have tried, but it is not necessarily a fault. You might not like getting behind the computer to hook things up regularly. M-Audio Internal Sound Cards.
I purchased this card because it was affordable and it and it allowed me to connect both aidiophile Midi controller before usb midi controllers were popular as well as my turn table. I do not have my PC on hand to check, but from memory it should be under 12ms to 44khz and 48khz at 8 under.
M-Audio Audiophile PCI (MDOAP2496) Sound Card
I had to order some decent patch cables to hook up audiiphile Rolls MiniMix 2 to it and won’t really know if it is working for a few days still.
M Audio’s site isn’t too friendly I bought this used for a reasonable price. To use VSTI without much latency.