M-Audio Firewire 410 Mobile Recording Interface

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Specifications

frequency response: 20-40KHz +/- 1dB

signal-to-noise: -108dB

dynamic range (A-weighted): 108dB

THD + N: 0.00281% @0dBFS

Physical Specs

Dimensions: 9 1/4 in. X 7 in. X 1 7/8 in.

Weight: 2.95 lbs.

The FireWire 410 Control Panel provides complete control over audio routing/monitoring, level controller assignment and more.

Minimum System Requirements
PC: Pentium III 500 MHz, Windows 2000/XP, 128MB RAM, DirectX 8.1 or higher
Mac: G3 500MHz w/ OS 9.2 or greater, 128MB RAM; G4 500MHz w/ OS 10.1.5 or greater, 256MB RAM
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 401-658-5765
(273 ratings)
Submitted June 20, 2008 by a customer from libero.it
"Read this if you like to know how to use it for good."
I like the shape, the sound, the very very wide features. You need really take care of following : NEVER DISCONNECT OR POWER OFF THE DEVICE WITH THE COMPUTER IS ON. You can easy damage your firewire card ( or your motherboard). You MUST have a fireware card ( or motherboard) with Texas Instrument Chipset ( TI Chipset), Pyro, for exaple. If not you will have a lot of scratch and noise, Impossible to record !!. So don't start to work around drivers and similar stuffs...power on and power off... and so on. If you got problems , 99% are related to firewire interface.
Sound
It sounds ok. low noise and flawless
Features
2 headphones jacks ... digital in (optical too) ..and more . It has all. Umbeatable for the price.
Ease of Use
You need a little practice with the software. Hardware is easy to use.
Quality
Quality is ok. Only the connectors seems not so solid.
Value
it worths the price ( actually worths more)
Manufacturer Support
If you looks on m audio web site you can find many answers.
The Wow Factor
it is nice
Musical Background:
hobbyst
Musical Style:
electronic, new age, pop
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