[ardour-users] Delta 1010 question

Andrew Johnston andyandtaya at gmail.com
Sat Nov 12 18:03:35 PST 2005

The delta1010 is only about $150 cheaper than the RME HDSP9652. It has 24
channel input via 3 adat (toslink) interface. If you have the option for
adat out from your mixer/preamp then I reckon this is much beter value for
money than the delta 1010.

Also as for the wordclock...would it be possible to buy a dedicated
wordclock controller and feed it into both the cards simultaneously? This
should solve the whole alsa configuration issue. (If I'm completely wrong
please point me out here...it was just a thought that came to my head!)

Andy J

On 11/11/05, Iwan Heskamp <iwan at hetwasietsmet.nl> wrote:
> Hi All,
> On Nov 4, 2005, at 1:03, Kevin Cosgrove wrote:
> > On 3 November 2005 at 15:44, 7lb9oz Productions
> > <viipoundproductions at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> Hello, I am making a decision about a new soundcard, but first
> >> I wanted to ask a question or two. First, when I see that the
> >> Delta 1010 is supported and works well in linux, does that mean
> >> all 1010's, just the 1010, or just the 1010lt? I only ask
> >> because the list on the alsa website is definitive about the
> >> lt, but not about the full 1010.
> >
> > My "full" 1010 works great.
> As the Delta 1010LT has a very attractive price, I looked into its
> capabilities.
> I noticed that there's a 'wordclock out' and a 'wordclock in'. Does
> that mean that in order
> to record more than eight tracks with two of those cards one only
> needs to connect the 'out' of
> one card to 'in' on the other card?
> Iwan
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