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M-Audio Delta 1010-LT PCI Digital Audio System (PC & Mac)

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  • 10 inputs / 10 outputs
  • Two XLR microphone inputs with preamps (alterable by jumper to line level inputs)
  • S/PDIF I/O, MIDI I/O, Wordclock I/O
  • 8 analog balanced XLR & unbalanced RCA female inputs
  • Bit-for-bit accurate communication via S/PDIF with pro DAT & other devices

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: M-Audio
  • Model: Delta 1010-LT

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 2.5 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000085ZKX
  • Item model number: Delta 1010-LT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

The Delta 1010LT is a 10 in/10 out, 24-bit 96kHz audio card with mic preamps, digital I/O, MIDI I/O and more! Sound quality, performance, and superior driver technology are a few of the reasons that Delta audio cards have established worldwide recognition as a top choice in PCI-based digital audio solutions. With superb engineering and ultra-high quality conversion, the fidelity of the Delta 1010LT outperforms cards that cost many times more. The 1010LT offers the professional performance required by today's most popular software programs, and provides you with features like 24-bit 96 kHz recording, zero latency monitoring and digital mixing. M Audio Delta 1010LT Features 10 ins and 10 outs XLR Microphone inputs with pre amps S/PDIF i/o, MIDI i/o, wordclock i/o 24-bit 96 kHz recording Convenient and powerful routing possibilities Unsurpassed fidelity Superior driver technology The broadest compatibility of any card Zero latency hardware monitoring Bit-for-bit accurate digital transfers via S/PDIF Powerful digital mixing and routing Control over SCMS (Serial Copy Management System) The Delta 1010LT offers all of the interface features you need to record music on your computer, including: eight analog inputs and outputs, including 2 XLR microphone inputs with pre amps, S/PDIF in/out, MIDI in/out, and wordclock in/out. Audio from a variety of sources can be connected to the 1010LT inputs, and the comprehensive Delta Control Panel software can set and even fine-tune the input line level. Inputs 1 & 2 on XLR jacks can be set to receive a balanced line or a mic level signal, eliminating the need for an outboard mic preamp. The S/PDIF input will interface with gear from pro

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Customer Reviews

Install was as easy as any other card.
Steve-o
I use it for semi-professional home recordings, and the quality is impeccable.
Music Lover
As of 03/15/2012, M-Audio has released drivers for Windows 7 64-bit!!!
Dustin D.

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Daniel L. Hart on December 1, 2009
THis is an excellent option for the hardware required to run pro tools m-powered! However you need to make sure that you have a computer with the proper (older) PCI ports to install it in. I installed it on a brand new computer that only had PCI EXPRESS slots available. I had to get an adapter to convert my pci-exress slot to normal pci to get the card to work. The adaptor pushed the size of the card to be too big for the case so I had to break out the metal hack saw to get it to fit in in the computer!!! It fits now and works perfectly with the adaptor (about 30 bucks). If you have a Normal PCI slot to put this card in your computer I would Highly reccomend it otherwise be prepared to get the adaptor and bust out your Hack saw to you case!!!

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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Joe Mango on August 6, 2010
I have owned 4 of these cards for over 5 years and they have been working faithfully with little problem under windows XP 32 bit. Since I moved to windows 7 x64 there have been nothing but audio quality problems. The company is slow to release windows 7 drivers that work properly and frankly, since they were acquired by AVID a couple years ago even the XP drivers have been dodgy, to say it politely. If you want to build a nice DAW with XP and these cards, go for it. But stay away if you want to run windows 7. Do yourself a favor and look at the M-Audio forums. They are filled with people saying exactly that.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover on July 19, 2009
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I have been using the Delta1010lt for about 6 years now and it is the absolute best bang-for-the-buck card out there. In fact, I like it so much I just bought another one (you can link up to 3 together to get 24 channels).
I use it for semi-professional home recordings, and the quality is impeccable. Some of my recordings made using this card even get needletime on terrestrial radio.
It is relatively easy to use. The included software/drivers give you plenty of flexibility and versatility and even allow you to reconfigure for a variety of "virtual patching" options.
I also find it more reliable (ito drop-outs, latency etc) than the external USB based cards (but that is just in my personal experience).
For under $200, it's a steal.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dustin D. on April 4, 2012
As of 03/15/2012, M-Audio has released drivers for Windows 7 64-bit!!! Now, with W7 & 64bit support, theres no question about it : This is your biggest bang for your buck.

I've been using these cards since the days of 98 and XP, and have loved them. During the vista/win7 and 64 bit issue I switched over to Linux and they still worked flawlessly.

I'm glad I stuck with them! I've been testing my 1010 cards in a 64 bit windows 7 environment, and I couldn't be happier.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By EPM on August 8, 2009
I regret buying just one of this card at first because I soon ran out of analogue inputs recording a band and vocals. With the latest drivers, default settings, and WinXPPro, it produced lush, detailed, click-free, distortion-free audio. Note: use the latest M-audio ASIO drivers for the best results. I tested ASIO4ALL 2.9 on it, but there was unpredictable clicking on the recorded *.WAVs even at 1024 samples, which I think begins to negate the whole idea of low-latency. The default 256-sample setting of M-audio ASIO works superbly without a hiccup.
3 of this Delta 1010LT in a PC makes up for a super-inexpensive but very high quality 24-track recording studio in-a-box.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Feltes on September 7, 2012
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I've ran this card on a 32 and a 64 bit windows 7 machine and it runs great. I must admit at first it had some issues. I was bluescreening and after some RTFM'ing - it turned out to be the cards fault. So I hopped on their site, downloaded the latest drivers and no more problems. The interface really isn't that confusing; in fact its pretty simple. Spend 5 to 10 minutes playing around with it and you'll be like, "Oh, that's all?". Don't get me wrong, its very impressive for a sound card at this price but if you are looking for advanced routing capabilities you might be better off buying another piece of equipment. This definitely has great value and the effort on M-Audio's end to update the drivers has been very reassuring.

P.S. I love the pre-amps in this thing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matt-Man on July 12, 2012
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I write and record music on my computer and I needed an audio card solution that was ASIO compatible to work with Sibelius 7 software. Pretty much any M-Audio sound card will do the job but the Delta 1010LT seemed like it had good bang for the buck, plus I liked the option of having all those inputs should I use it for live recording in the future.

Installation into an open PCI slot was easy. The sound is 100% better than the sound that came with the Gigabyte motherboard, which is what I would expect. Cleaner, less muddy bass, smoother highs and better detail in all frequencies.
Music has better definition with headphones and through the speakers with essentially "down the middle" tone controls.

My only gripe is not with the product itself but with Microsoft:

After installing the hardware (the PCI card itself) when I was installing the driver software, Windows recommended searching for the current driver package and downloading them. After installing the drivers, no sound!

I went directly to the M-Audio driver download page on their website, checked all the boxes that matched the configuration of my operating system and sound card, downloaded and installed THAT driver and viola! Success!
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