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Author Topic: M-audio Delta 1010AI (2000) adds ADAT capability to 1010 (not compatible 1010LT)  (Read 5217 times)

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in conjunction with the 1010’s PCI host card, it functions as an ADAT I/O interface for PC or Mac that operates at up to 24 bit 48kHz.

https://web.archive.org/web/20000824133006fw_/http://www.midiman.net:80/m-audio/html/products/delt101ai.htm
http://web.archive.org/web/20001110045100/http://www.midiman.net/m-audio/html/products/delt101ai.htm
http://www.m-audio.ca/images/global/manuals/Delta1010AI_Manual.pdf
http://www.digitalprosound.com/Htm/Articles/May/MA-DeltaAI.htm

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M Audio Announces the Delta 1010 ADAT Interface Shipping in May 2000

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The Delta 1010 ADAT Interface, companion to the Delta 1010 Recording System (click image for larger view)
Arcadia, Calif., May 22, 2000 -- In response to the demand for an ADAT-compatible Delta 1010, M Audio offers the Delta 1010-AI. The 1010-AI is a companion piece for the Delta 1010 which allows ADAT users access to the audio quality that made the Delta 1010 an instant success. The 1010-AI offers several modes of operation. First, in conjunction with the 1010’s PCI host card, it functions as an ADAT I/O interface for PC or Mac that operates at up to 24 bit 48kHz. Equally as impressive is the fact that the 1010-AI may be configured as a powerful front-end and monitoring system for ADATs -- the Delta 1010’s converters may be used to record and/or playback from your ADAT instead of using the stock ADAT converters. The Delta 1010-AI even supports 4 mixed modes which are combinations of signal routing between the PCI host card, 1010 external converter box, and an external ADAT. Features include:

• ADAT* I/O for PC, Mac, and NT operating up to a full 24 bit 48kHz.
• Record through and playback using premium 24 bit converters.
• Simultaneous ADAT recording and computer playback.
• Select between analog and ADAT optical for computer input.
• Select between computer out and ADAT in for routing to the D/A section.
• Select between computer out and analog in for ADAT input source.
• ADAT In to ADAT Out “Bypass” mode.

* ADAT is a registered trademark of Alesis.

Minimum System Requirements:
• Windows 95, 98 or NT • Pentium II 300MHz - (96kHz operation) Pentium 300 MMX - (48kHz or less)
• 128 MB of PC100 RAM - (96kHz operation) 64 MB of SDRAM - (48kHz or less)
• UDMA EIDE or SCSI HDD Macintosh: G4, G3 or G3 accelerator

Source: Midiman/M Audio, Inc.
Web: www.maudio.com

http://www.nodevice.com/user_manual/m-audio/audio/delta-1010-ai.html


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In response to the demand for an ADAT-compatible Delta 1010, M Audio offers the Delta 1010-AI. The 1010-AI is a companion piece for the Delta 1010 which allows ADAT users access to the power, punch, and pristine audio quality that made the Delta 1010 an instant legend. The 1010-AI offers several modes of operation. First, in conjunction with the 1010’s PCI host card, it functions as an ADAT I/O interface for PC or Mac that operates at up to 24 bit 48kHz. Equally as impressive is the fact that the 1010-AI may be configured as a powerful front-end and monitoring system for ADATs -- the Delta 1010’s famous converters may be used to record and/or playback from your ADAT instead of using the stock ADAT converters. The Delta 1010-AI even supports 4 mixed modes which are combinations of signal routing between the PCI host card, 1010 external converter box, and an external ADAT.

Add the 1010AI to the Delta 1010 for a powerhouse 24bit 96 kHz system that
includes: 8-in 8-out analog, S/PDIF I/O, Litepipe I/O, digital mixing and
routing, and legendary converters and drivers.

Features
• ADAT* I/O for PC, Mac, and NT operating up to a full 24 bit 48kHz.
• Record through and playback using premium 24 bit converters.
• Simultaneous ADAT recording and computer playback.
• Select between analog and ADAT optical for computer input.
• Select between computer out and ADAT in for routing to the D/A section.
• Select between computer out and analog in for ADAT input source.
• ADAT In to ADAT Out “Bypass” mode.

* ADAT is a registered trademark of Alesis.


Minimum System Requirements
• Windows 95, 98 or NT
• Pentium II 300MHz - (96kHz operation)
Pentium 300 MMX - (48kHz or less)
• 128 MB of PC100 RAM - (96kHz operation)
64 MB of SDRAM - (48kHz or less)
• UDMA EIDE or SCSI HDD

Minimum System Requirements for Mac:
G4, G3 or G3 accelerator
System 8.5.1 or above
128 MB RAM for 96kHz operation
96 MB RAM for 48kHz operation