The M-Audio Audiophile 192 PCI Interface features a high-definition 192kHz sampling rate, digital I/O, balanced analog I/O, and 113dB input and 108dB output signal-to-noise ratios. Rock-solid drivers ... Read More
The M-Audio Audiophile 192 PCI Interface features a high-definition 192kHz sampling rate, digital I/O, balanced analog I/O, and 113dB input and 108dB output signal-to-noise ratios. Rock-solid drivers and seamless integration with your favorite Mac and PC applications. Compliant with PCI 2.2 and 64-bit audio drivers so you'll be ready to take advantage of next-generation platforms and software.
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I bought this exact same card from Musician's Friend for $123 with free shipping. Can't go wrong with it! Excellent card!
I picked this card up to use as a high quality playback device for my Stereo. All things considered, it's a great sounding card. Currently just using TS to RCA adapters in unbalanced mode, but when my new amp comes in it's going to be TRS to XLR balanced all the way. The quality of the audio put out at 44.1 16bit is amazing (foobar + ASIO + FLAC). More depth and other audiophile-esque adjectives, nouns and verbs than playing CDs on my Marantz cd5001. It totally decimates my modded XFI. Let's see... using a ts/ts to TRS stereo headphone adapter works well. My Sennheiser 497s sing, but would benefit from a headphone amp. And I will definitely need an amp when I get my friend's Sennheiser 555s. For a quick note, I'm running a modified installation of windows XP with sp3. The driver download from the Avid (Maudio) website is just over 6mb and installed flawlessly. Remember, install the drivers FIRST before installing the card. My only issue is that the product I received was USED. The card was not damaged and performs admirably, and with the price match deal I got, I'm not going to raise a fuss. However, My order was delayed for not being in stock. When I received the card the dongle bag was ripped open, the antistatic bag wasn't sealed, and there was handwriting on the sleeve of a software CD. Did Avid ship a returned product or did GC? The world may never know.
After many 2496 cards, stepping up to a 192Khz card was a real treat. Installation on a windows X64 bix dedicated to Gigastudio64 proved to be too much on the technical side, however installation on a 32 bit build was flawless, as I have come to expect with M-Audio products. Use Balanced cables in the analog section, and enjoy the extended sampling range. For the price, this card cannot be beaten. j
All I can say is you can't beat the 192 sample rate. This was the cheapest sound card I could find that would run at 192 and I haven't been dissappointed. It took a little poking around to get the driver to work with a few different programs simultaneously, but nothing I couldn't figure out in an hour or so of poking around. I would recommend this to anyone looking for high quality input on a low budget.
Love this soundcard! It took me 10 minutes to install and load the necessary drivers. I have installed alot of PC add on cards, and this was the easiest install I have ever done. I am also very impressed with the sound recording quality through a peavey mixer and AKG condensers.
I recently purchased this thing and so far it has been really nice. The 192,000 Hz capabilities is nice, but not necessary. I had some driver issues, but they were fixed very quickly with updates. It is kind of messy with the wiring, but for the price, you can't beat it.
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