Preferred hardware for Digital IO

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Preferred hardware for Digital IO

Postby Silas » Wed Sep 08, 2004 23:31

Hi All,

Just wanted to poll other native users as to which hardware you are using and how pleased you are with it. Particularly anyone using MOTU (are there XP drivers...?)? I am most interested in any that have multi-channel Digital IO (AES).


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Postby aomahana » Thu Sep 09, 2004 20:51

Hello Silas,

I am going to make a seperate post about my experiences interfacing with Native this weekend.

With reference to multi-channel, Native will only allow 2 in and 2 out.


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Postby dlmotard » Fri May 06, 2005 20:09

hello :D
i'm using motu hd 192 (12 analog in/ out and 1 aes in /out)

and the latence is....... mini 170 msec at 44,1 and 185 msec at 48k

i'm tryng to reduce it but it seems to be impossible....... :?:
if you have informations about it ........

good bye !
dlmotard from paris