M-Audio FireWire 410 Reviews
It is portable and still has enough inputs and out puts to run a major session. Using this interface couldn?t be much easier. You wont need a manual , its plug and play. Run it in any major daw that you use on your pc. I am not sure about mac though, I haven?t used it with a mac. [read more on Audiofanzine]theaudioandvideoguy rated this unit on 2012-07-25.
I've had the M-Audio Firewire 410 for about two years and I use it as a supplement to my Pro Tools rig so I can bring it around if I need to record on the go. It is a very reasonably priced audio interface and it is nice to be able to run it with some sort of version of Pro Tools, even if it isn't LE or HD. This is really a perfect audio inter... [read more on Audiofanzine]moosers rated this unit on 2009-05-29.
Very clear! I'm very impressed with the sound quality of this unit. The overall output of the unit could be a bit higher, but I was previously using a Seasound Solo EX, which is quite loud. This unit has much better sound quality than the Seasound. Overall, if my problems are resulting from a driver issue, and the driver issue is resolved, I wi... [read more on Audiofanzine]FP User Reviews rated this unit on 2008-11-01.
The M-Audio Firewire 410 is an amazingly well conceived and executed product targeted at musicians and audiophiles desiring Firewire audio without the associated high price tag. It's ideal for stereo recording in a home studio setup and to take with on the road. Highly recommended! I would give it 4.5/5 because it's almost perfect. I mig... [read more on Audiofanzine]Donglai Gong rated this unit on 2004-01-04.
I think it will be an excellent sound card if proper, more stable drivers are released. I like how it sounds, but at the moment can't rely on it for live performances. I know some people get this to work without problems, but you have to be very very careful choosing your motherboard and peripherals, as most modern motherboard don't offer ... [read more on Audiofanzine]rupps rated this unit on 2003-12-17.
For anyone who is considering buying a low-price, professional soundcard for home recording or for live electronic performance this is the one for you. The unit has 4 inputs for recording (2 XLR / 1/4" hybrid inputs [with optional pads and phantom power] and 2 1/4" line inputs) it also has 10 discreet line outputs (8 1/4" and 2 SPDIF). It als... [read more on Audiofanzine]Jonzer rated this unit on 2003-11-10.
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