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Giso Grimm wrote:
OMG. Thanks for keeping me up to date.
just for the record: They're cheaper elsewhere.
> My experience with that device is very good (although I only used the
Indeed, even with the built-in phantom power it is. The Hi-Z switch is
also very handy; and it has pretty good pre-amps. On top of that the
device is very robust. All in all it's IMHO one of the best /cheap/
Compared to the UA-25 the UA-25 EX CW also includes an analog
compressor. Given that it only has one knob (for the threshold), I doubt
it's very useful. FWIW the limiter on the UA-25 is similarly useless.
The new ground-Lift feature seems handy, though.
> It works with no problems, and I did not even notice any problems with
~2 years ago it only worked in "Advanced Mode" with Linux ;) - I never
flicked that switch to off.
It works with `jackd ... -r48000 -p64 -n3` ~4ms latency; `jdelay`
reports 440 frames@48kSpS round-trip without x-runs.
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