from Forsyth, GA United States
I owned the original Creamware A16, I loved it then, and I love the tricked out Ferrofish unit. Audio is clear, decent head room and easy to use. Besides what else can you buy that provides 16 channels of adda that wont cost you 2K and up? I ave this unit hooked up to my BLA Micro clock mkII and a RME RayDAT HDSPE card. I have so many I/O options it's ridiculous. Buy one already.
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March 21, 2012
I've been using one of these into an SSL MADI Xtreme 64 PCIe card on MADI for a few months now on a Windows XP SP2 system, & love it. Very easy to set up & use. As reviewed by FEA, metering is easy to read & I've found the menu easy to understand & navigate through. I can hear better definition, space & depth in my recordings & mixes than my previous pre's to mixer to Firewire interface AD/DA converters. 16 channels i/o allows trouble free routing to various monitoring systems so I can finally get my teeth into some surround sound. It is noticeably cheaper than a few similar spec converters out there (which are beyond my means) so to my mind its worth the investment if excellent sound quality is your thing.