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I've used a RME Raydat, which is PCI-E. It works on all 16 channels at
96KHZ, and all 32 at 44.1 or 48. Latency is near zero, and the optional
word clock module even functions properly.
On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 12:41 AM, Ralf Mardorf
> @ Rivera: I don't trust lists anymore ;).
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I've used a RME Raydat, which is PCI-E.=C2=A0 It works on all 16 channe=
ls at 96KHZ, and all 32 at 44.1 or 48.=C2=A0 Latency is near zero, and the =
optional word clock module even functions properly.--Jasonwww.advancedbudgetstudios.com
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2, 2012 at 12:41 AM, Ralf Mardorf <firstname.lastname@example.org=
On Mon, 2012-11-12 at 01:47 -0500, Tim E. Real wrote:
Hi Tim :)
the RME card has it's own mixer GUI hdspmixer. All ADAT channels are
present there. If I connect a mic to ADAT 9, hdspmixer does show the
Analog 1 and 2 are capture and playback 1 and 2, ADAT 1 and 2 are
capture and playback 7 and 8. Capture and playback 9 to 14 should be
ADAT 2 to 8, but those ports are dead.
The input of ADAT 1 can be heard at output ADAT 1 the input of ADAT 8
can be heard at the output of ADAT 1 and ADAT 8, but ADAT 8 isn't route=
to a capture port.
What ever box I check or uncheck, what ever fader I use, it doesn't
FWIW it's known that hdspconf can't be opened when using my card, b=
can use alsamixer instead. alsactl can not store. alsamixer doesn't
provide all mixer abilities hdspmixer does provide.
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