Carte de son Digigram VX442 souncard

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Carte de son Digigram VX442 souncard

Postby jeamphe » Wed Sep 07, 2005 22:26

Quelqu'un utilise-t-il cette carte de son? Quelle en est la qualité sonore, les convertisseurs A/D? D/A? La latence est-elle acceptable avec Native? Merci

Anyone here uses this soundcard? What's the quality of the converters, the A/D? D/A? Wnat about latency, is it acceptable with Native? Thanks

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Postby gunthar » Thu Sep 08, 2005 00:58

Hi, salut,

Well I tested the proto of this card and the converters were Ok. don't know if they changed or not for production, but at this time they were really good, dynamic and really transparent.

never tried with the PMX native , but for the moment as we only have WDM drivers , don't hope any miracle , it will be at least 15-20ms.

I think however that you won't have to wait long to get better latency...

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Postby jeamphe » Thu Sep 08, 2005 22:18

Thanks for the tip. Actually built-in soundcard (Creative) says 170 ms latency at 48k, which is terrible.
Version 5 should bring many improvements on that subject.
The Digigram VX442 offers 4 ins / 4 outs, the equivalent of the Lynx Two A and costs much less, but has no word clock terminals. That however is fine for my needs.
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