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    M-audio Delta 1010

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    m-audio delta 1010,,,

    very close to buying one of these just wanted any final advice, i.e. any big problems with it or better cards for the same prices,feedback please
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    all i have to say is...GREAT CHOICE..gotta love the Delta's...Good Luck!!

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    I have a 1010 - for about 3 years now - works great and is stable with all DAWs, including windows media player. Keep in mind that while its price is attractive, it misses a few features: headphone out, main out, and adat i/o.
    It's all in the hips.

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    what do you mean by no main out, is the only usable stereo out the digital i/o

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    The Delta 1010 has 10 analog inputs and outputs, so in other words; you got 10 analog (main) outputs – that should be enough.

    This card is a great soundcard, and you’ll only miss greater quality if you hear a better one.
    Last edited by cubbyhouse; 02-03-2004 at 10:57 AM.

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    Had mine 3 years and never had any problems. I Love it.

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    I have owned a delta 1010 for about a year. the 1010 has 8 analauge 1/4" outs. paired in 1/2 3/4 etc right and left. so you essentially have four outs and ins stereo or you can select them individually for recording. the 1/2 out however is unfortunatly the only one that you can select in the internal patchbay as a monitor mixer and will simultaniously monitor all of the ins plus the waveout of you're daw. the rest will select individual things but the 1/2 is the only useful main out.
    overall its a great buy and i'm very happy with it. its just lacking the features of a better equiped unit. but on the other hand it is better than a lot of things that you will find for twice the price. I have heard of a few compatability issues a while ago with "popping and clicking" when used with certain things. but with the latest drivers, you should be fine.
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    Yes the 1010LT is a nice card. Good drivers for ASIO, so you can play softsynths without delay. I made the mistake that I bought the 1010LT instead of the 2496 model. It's just that it has too many inputs and outputs for my needs.
    Last edited by Celltrip; 02-03-2004 at 10:18 PM.

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