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Written on: 16/02/2009 by wanderfun (1 review written)
The M-Audio FireWire 410 has fantastic sound, cheap price, not too difficult to set up. Makes a great Audiophile Firewire DAC. I purchased this soley as a much less expensive Audiophile Firewire DAC alternative to the Pro version of the Weiss Firewire DAC which costs $3,000. My expectaions were low, but I was very pleasantly surprised at the fantastic sound quality, great bass output, and amazing dynamic range I could now here.
Not only were standard 44.1 hHz files played against a much... (read more)
Written on: 25/07/2008 by rmstrand (1 review written)
Good entry level recording interface. Firewire minimizes latency. physical inputs (analog) are neutrik and are high quality, Front mounting of analog inputs is nice but I'd also like the ability fo have them come in from the back too. Dual headphone inputs with analog controls from the front panel is nice. Great control over the different inputs and outputs. Like the unit in general.
Overall this is a great piece of equipment for the intended purpose with a few caveats. Turn your speakers... (read more)
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