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m-audio delta 1010lt pci soundcard

Discussion in 'Recording Computers' started by recordjunkiehtx, Jan 31, 2010.

  1. thx for the help everyone i appreciate it,
    I got a ques for yall,would a delta 1010lt pci soundcard work
    with my pc i got a compaq presario microsoft windows xp home
    edition 2002, 32 bit{86},windows version says 5.1.2600,if im correct,
    i would really like to know if the delta is compatible with my pc,
    before i purchase it and if not do yall know another pci soundcard that's
    equally good and would be compatible with my pc. thank you for your help
     
  2. hueseph

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    The Delta series cards have a long history of reliability. They aren't the greatest cards out there but they are rock solid. If you have an available PCI slot it should work fine.
     
  3. Space

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    What are the greatest pci cards out there?
     
  4. hueseph

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    I don't know. That was hardly the point however. All I was saying is that this is a mid level product. For a legacy card, I would take an RME Hammerfall and a FireFace over this but that's just my opinion.
     
  5. TheJackAttack

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    Your biggest concern is a 2002 era Presario. I owned one of these as I got out of the Corps. This computer was not good when it's new and by today's standards it is hideously slow and full of latency issues. I do not feel this will be a good fit for your recording needs regardless of the Delta 1010. You'd be better served finding a used computer no older than about 2008 if you MUST have a used computer.
     

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