Comparativa M-Audio y Emu!

#1 por soterrav el 01/08/2005
Miren esta comparativa entra la M-audio 1814 y la EMU1820M

Cual elegirian??
Cual me recomiendan???
Estan al mismo precio donde la voy a comprar y tiene adat de 8 para grabar bateria con un preamp que pienso comprar luego..
Voy a grabar rock...en PC..Espero su respuesta!!!Gracias!

M-Audio 1814 Firewire

M Audio 1814 FireWire Audio MIDI Interface (Macintosh and Windows)
Minimum System Requirements*

Pentium 3 – 800 MHz (higher speed CPU may be necessary for Laptops)
256 MB RAM
DirectX 9.0b or higher
Windows XP (SP1); Windows 2000 (SP4) or higher (Windows 98, 98SE, Me & NT not supported)
Mac OS

Macintosh G3** 800 / G4** 733MHz (higher speed may be necessary for Laptops)
OS 9.2.2 w/ 256MB RAM
OS X 10.2.8 w/ 256MB RAM
OS X 10.3 or greater w/ 512MB RAM
* M-Audio suggests that you also check the minimum system requirements for your software, as they may greater than the above.
** G3/G4 accelerator cards not supported; native FireWire ports required.

M Audio 1814 Specifications
All audio spec measured at 48kHz sample rate, unless otherwise stated

Line Inputs 1-8 (TS)
Frequency Response: +/- 0.1dB, 22Hz to 22kHz
Dynamic Range: 105dB, A-weighted
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: -105dB, A-weighted
THD+N: 80dB
Headphones (stereo)
Type: Linear power amplifier
Frequency Response: +0.0/-0.35dB, 20Hz - 20kHz
THD+N (1kHz, max gain):
33 ohm load: -70dB (0.032%)
600 ohm load: -85dB (0.006%)
SNR (A-weighted): 112dB
Dynamic Range (A-weighted): 117dB
Stereo Crosstalk (1kHz at -1dBFS, 600 ohm load):< -100dB
Maximum Output Power: 500mW
Output Impedance: 22 ohms
Gain Range: 85dB
Phono Input (stereo)
Type: RIAA equalized phono input
Frequency Response: +/-0.5dB, 50Hz - 20kHz
THD+N (1kHz, 10mV RMS unbal input): -76dB (.015%)
SNR (10mV RMS unbal input, A-weighted): 90dB
Stereo Crosstalk (1kHz at -1dBFS): < -80dB
Maximum Level:
Professional: 80mV RMS
Consumer: 20mV RMS
Input Capacitance: 220 pF
Input Impedance: 47K ohm
Digital I/O
2 in/2 out coaxial (transformer coupled)
2 in/3 out optical (software switched with ADAT)
AES/EBU or S/PDIF format, switchable under software control
8 channels, 24-bit @ 44.1/48kHz
4 channels, 24-bit @ 96kHz (S-MUX compatible)
2 channels, 24-bit @ 192kHz
400 Mbps 1394a port (6-pin)
Compatible with DV cameras, storage peripherals, etc.
MIDI: 2 in, 2 out

Internal Crystal Sync at 44.1, 48, 96, 192kHz
External Sample Rate Sync:
S/PDIF (opt. or coax)
Word clock (75 ohm termination, switchable)
Minimum System Requirements

Genuine Intel® Pentium® III or AMD® K6® class processor or higher operating at 500MHz or faster
Intel®, AMD® or 100% compatible motherboard & chipset
128MB System RAM
500MB of free hard disk space for full installation
Windows® 2000 SP 4, Windows® XP SP 1 or greater
PCI 2.1 compliant slot for E-MU® 1010 PCI card
Adjacent PCI slot for Sync daughter card
CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive required for software installation
XVGA Video (1024 X 768)
In the Box...

E-MU® 1010 PCI card
E-MU AudioDock M
E-MU Sync daughter card
EDI (E-MU Digital Interface) cable (3 meters)
Sync cable
Mini-DIN MIDI adapter cable
Headphone splitter cable
PC power cable
Quick Start guide
Operation Manual on CD-ROM
Creative Professional Software CD-ROM:
Windows 2000 and XP Drivers
E-MU PatchMix DSP
E-MU E-DSP FX Library
Audio software package on CD-ROM

Bueno ya viendo lo que da cada una, por el mismo precio, cual me recomendarian???
#2 por soterrav el 01/08/2005
Pongan sus opiniones, luego de tanto buscar en los foros di con esas dos tarjetas y esa es mi duda antes de comprar una...
necesito que me orienten..
#3 por soterrav el 01/08/2005
???? :(
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