--- "Kent, Gary" wrote:
I own a digi9652. The card has three ADAT lightpipe
banks, one SPDIF, nine pin ADAT sync and wordclock.
I am guessing you've got a mixer and are building a
studio. It's probably safe to suggest that you can
never have to much I/O. My RME card does not have MIDI
but I see the newer ones do. I think that's an
interesting feature because ADAT, wordclock and MIDI
are all on one card where they occupy one pci slot and
one IRQ. My experience is that I never have to many
pci slots. Having everything on one card just seems
ideal to me.
It's to bad some people are experiencing problems with
the newer HDSP card.
> Just out of curiosity, what preamps and such do you
I have a Tascam DM-24. I think you can buy them used
for $2,000.00 U.S. For the price, it's a great board.
Of course Tascam preamps and EQs have always sucked
which is one reason their boards are so inexpensive. I
"insert" the preamps/EQs from a Soundtrac Solo into
I also have a couple Yamaha AW4416. Of course their
preamps and EQs are on a par with the DM-24 but their
A/D is even worse. I have clients who own HDD for
these things and when doing their sessions I route
Solo -> DM-24 (insert) -> AW4416.
> Mark Knecht:
Does the Lite have wordclock? I think the digi9652 is
the digi9632 with a daughter board that has wordclock
and one more ADAT bank. The daughter board doesn't
require a pci slot but it does bolt into pci slot
I get confused with the RME model names. The one I own
and am referring to is an older card. I've never had a
problem with its drivers.
> >> I also own a Hammerfall Light. It worked under
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