The RME Hammerfall HDSP 9632 PCI Card makes the dream of an all-in-one soundcard for every possible application come true. As usual, RME has not made any compromises: Latest 192kHz A/D/A with more tha... Read More
The RME Hammerfall HDSP 9632 PCI Card makes the dream of an all-in-one soundcard for every possible application come true. As usual, RME has not made any compromises: Latest 192kHz A/D/A with more than 110dB signal to noise ratio. Balanced stereo analog I/O, ADAT digital I/O, S/PDIF digital I/O with breakout cable for S/PDIF optical, MIDI I/O with 16 channels of hi-speed MIDI, and stereo headphone output. All inputs and outputs are simultaneously useable. Optional hi-quality analog expansion boards are easy to install, and a clock section provides maximum suppression of external clock signal jitter. An internal ADAT I/O allows for up to 14 analog inputs, 14 analog outputs, or the usage of a TDIF interface directly inside the computer.
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Comments about RME Hammerfall HDSP 9632 PCI Card:
I've been using this card in my new PC I built for music production for about a month. Before the RME HDSP 9632, I've used several other PCI cards, and had many problems with both Cubase and Nuendo not staying in sync with MIDI tracks due to latency issues. This card has solved all of my problems. I have a Roland M-480 (48ch) line mixer used as the frontend to the card for my synths. All processing is done inside the computer for the most part. This card provides ample headroom, low latency (lowest I've seen, especially with the new beta drivers - Buffer Sizer 32 -> 0.7ms)and great I/O configuration. Plus if you run out of I/O, you can simply add another HDSP card since RME's drivers are unified and support multiple cards. Stop reading this review and buy one!!!