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Hi ablaze ;)

Can you post larger pics of the whole card ??


maybe you could compare it with someone that has a version 2

any rmaa results ;)


have you tried to contact m-audio??

Thanks
 

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the RMAA results I've got here are a lil inflated. I kinda played around with the input/output levels until I found a setting that was optimum
(I later realised the input output levels should match 0/-6dB according to the manual whereas mine when tested were about -6/-14dB)


anyway, at 16/44 and @input levels of -6dB/-14dB approximately (input 1/2 in rmaa) the Revo had:

Revo 16/44

Frequency response (from 40 Hz to 15 kHz), dB:+0.13, -0.06

Noise level, dB (A): -98.2

Dynamic range, dB (A): 95.9

THD, %: 0.0009

IMD, %:0.089

Stereo crosstalk, dB:-93.4


at the 0/-6 level, it was somewhat closer to the other Revo RMAA results we've seen.


here's a big pic of the card below


(EDIT: RMAA results posted above are probably inaccurate cos of the non-standard input levels used. but it was just fun to see numbers higher than the LynxTwo on my humble Revo
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Originally posted by rickcfer
Cliff ?
Just checked with M Audio about the rev numbers and was informed that the design has not changed.


They are using the rev number to track the manufacturing runs. Rev 3 was the third run for Revo.
 

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Originally posted by ablaze
btw, escaflowne, do I know you? whats with all the ;)s? :D
It's just a nice way of greeting

It's always good to throw a smile .... here and then

Anyway I did read dome of you post at hardware zone tough...but I didnt post anything there....just browsing ;) I'm from Malaysia btw.


Thanks for the pics ablaze... I only noticed two chages from the pics you sent...one is the m logo on the rev 2 was replaced with an m-audio logo on rev 3 ....nice change



And the other thing is the m-tek chip has some different numbers than the rev 2... Not sure what this chip is for though


But since Cliff already checked with m-audio I highly doubt there was any design changes


And thanks Cliff for checking with m-audio
 

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"And the other thing is the m-tek chip has some different numbers than the rev 2... Not sure what this chip is for though"


Probably just different production date numbers. It is a small "Digital Audio Data" transformer, probably used to drive the S/PDIF output.
 

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Just checked with M Audio about the rev numbers and was informed that the design has not changed.


They are using the rev number to track the manufacturing runs. Rev 3 was the third run for Revo.
Odd, that should be done with a date code. A different Rev number implies, well a different revision.
 

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Odd, that should be done with a date code. A different Rev number implies, well a different revision.
Not with M Audio. They do very odd things with codes and rev numbers.
 
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