Delta 1010 is a professional audio interface with a total of 10 inputs and 10 outputs. The interface features eight 1/4” balanced/unbalanced analog inputs and outputs as well as a pair of coaxial (RCA) S/PDIF I/O. Delta 1010 can create pristine 24-bit recordings at sampling rates of up to 96 kHz. Connect line-level audio sources (i.e., keyboards, mixers, preamplifiers, etc.) to the 1/4” input jacks on the rear of the interface. Set the operating line level for each input using the +4/-10 switch located next to each jack. Connect your DAT recorder, MiniDisc player, or other digital device to Delta 1010’s S/PDIF ports on the PCI Host card. Control all routing and hardware settings using the Control Panel software.
converters are top notch in the delta 1010. identical to those in some very expensive high end audio interfaces actually (for example the Metric Halo Mobile I/O 2882 DSP and the Metric Halo ULN2). the sound quality is great. you won't outgrow it unless you're in a pro studio with outstanding acoustics...
Yes, specs of dynamic range are irrelevant. A Delta 1010 is 115db. Wanna use one of those instead of RADAR?
...warmth. Analogue Warmth | Personally, I want as much clarity and detail as possible from my interface. I just upgraded my Delta 1010 to an RME UCX. Its features and the workflow seem like it will be the perfect interface for me. It's a little pricey, but it should last for many years.
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