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2 Chan. Dig. In PCI card suggestions

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by BillWarner, Feb 16, 2002.

  1. BillWarner

    BillWarner Guest

    Don't care about any A/D section (got a HEDD 192 for that). I'm looking for a 2 chan. high sample rate (88.2, 96k) PCI card (preferably AES in) as an alternative to a MOTU 1296 ($1500 will get you what I am describing plus 12 chans. of some pretty good A to D, but I'm looking for less expensive options). I use a MOTU 2408 & 308 for multi channel inputs to my Mac. Anyone know of such an animal?
     
  2. mapostel

    mapostel Guest

    Hi Bill,

    What about this one: RME Digi96 ?

    Godd luck in the equipment jungle...

    Matthias ;)
     
  3. Bill,

    What are you going to use it for? What are you trying to accomplish with it. I know get sound in :D , but what is your situation you are trying to come up with a solution for? Might be able to help better if I knew this.

    Darren
    http://www.dixondigital.com
     
  4. BillWarner

    BillWarner Guest

    My goal is to achieve a high sample rate digital input
    from my HEDD into my Mac for mastering purposes.
    Multi chan. input is not a factor in this case.
    I'm getting a few posts about the RME & Lynx cards.
    Has anyone had any experiences (positive or negative) with either card?
     
  5. BillWarner

    BillWarner Guest

    My goal is to achieve a high sample rate digital input
    from my HEDD into my Mac for mastering purposes.
    Multi chan. input is not a factor in this case.
    I'm getting a few posts about the RME & Lynx cards.
    Has anyone had any experiences (positive or negative) with either card?
     
  6. BillWarner

    BillWarner Guest

    After checking the RME site, there does not appear to be any mention of Mac. Midiman Delta
    DIO2496 is another suggestion I got. Thanks to all
    for your time.
     
  7. mapostel

    mapostel Guest

    Here is something about RME's Mac support

    I have an older RME Digi32 and it's alright - on a Mac.

    Cheers

    Matthias
     

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