[PlanetCCRMA] RE: ALSA Drivers and Audiophile 2496... Delta???

Mark Knecht markknecht@gmail.com
Sun Apr 2 14:18:02 2006

   True, it's not in the card name, but it's part of the Delta family
of devices. From the 2496 page at the link you provided:

"The Audiophile 2496 embodies a quantum leap in computer audio
fidelity and performance unequalled by other audio cards in its price
range. This critically acclaimed PCI card features premium digital
audio converters, elegant board design and ultra-stable drivers just
like the rest of the Delta line, but with a simpler I/O configuration.
As a member of the Delta family, the Audiophile 2496 supports all
computer platforms and major software programs, ensuring seamless
integration and rock-solid performance. See why the Audiophile 2496 is
one of the best-selling digital audio cards in the industry."

- Mark

On 4/2/06, wb0fhu@earthlink.net <wb0fhu@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Hi Brutus:
> Well, I just took a peek and m-audio's site
> http://www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=products.list&ID=pciinterfaces
> And they definately do NOT put the word "Delta" in front of the 2496.  Many
> others DO have the word, so my guess is that someone may have added
> accidentally.  However, someone else may know something I don't know.  Check
> the link, and you'll see what I mean.
> Joe Fay