Clemens Ladisch hat gesagt: // Clemens Ladisch wrote:
> Frank Barknecht wrote:
I did a bit more research: The device seems to be a re-branded "Phonic Firefly
202 USB". The Swissonic's power supply still sports the "Phonic" logo according
to Thomann's package shots like:
Phonic has a page for its device including a downloadable PDF manual:
According to that, driver installation is needed for Win and Mac. It also seems
to be full duplex at 96/24 so it probably requires high speed USB. Changing any
settings like samplerate must be controlled by the host computer. It is
unclear, if the device supports bitdepths other that 24 bit, like e.g. 16 bit.
> > Has anyone any experience with this device?
Hehe, indeed I know. :) But I'm not in such a need for a new device, although
the price is very tempting (probably the cheapest way to get balanced in/outs
so far) and Thomann would take it back if it doesn't work without asking
questions. Well, maybe someone else is more curious ...
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