Well I found this audio card because in the SST manual says AudioScience ASI5811, but I only found on this site the ASI5810:
http://www.bswusa.com/PCI-Audio-Interfa ... 12049.aspx
The 810 would make more sense anyway since you probably don't need a microphone amplifier... I'll ask. -> Mail sent.
If this does not serve this audio card, with Marian Trace Alpha I would not miss anything in relation to ASI 5811, in the quality aspect?
Not really, the AudioScience card supports AES/EBU with resampling etc, and - according to tests that were done by someone at Telos - the Marian card had a high noise floor. Which would not at all match with the specs, so it might have been a broken card or something like that. If you don't need AES/EBU the Marian card should be fine.
The RDS in ST can I configure with TXT files replacing the same ones automatically by DOS command, in Omnia SST this is also possible?
So what is the perfect hardware to be the SST in the best possible quality and the lowest latency? Ideal processor corei i3 x i5 x i7 ?; memory ram ?, ssd or HD? ASI 5810 x Trace Alpha?
For the lowest latency mode, you need twice (!) the CPU load of Stereo Tool. Which means that you need to have enough - and fast - cores. You probably shouldn't enably 'Multicore' mode (ow crap... you can't set that yet.. I have to change that automatically -> Added to todo list for the next build!). If you want to use Low Latency monitoring (similar to Stereo Tool, but also using the new framework so it sounds way better), make sure you have cores available for that as well.
Summarizing with the SST process how many FM broadcasters and how many streaming?
Inputs and outputs are basically the same as in Stereo Tool, at least for now.
Is the current version of ST better or better than Omnia SST?
SST has all the improvements mentioned above, beside that they are basically the same.