> 2010/12/9 Atte André Jensen :
No it doesn't have phantom power. It has zero latency monitoring (I
use it on a daily basis) and it can be enabled/disabled on the back
via the dip-switches panel. Now having said that it's a bit of pain to
enable/disable it since you need something pointy to reach the tiny
dip-switch. Not sure about the mono to dual mono thing I'd have to
check later, but couldn't something like this simply be accomplished
by connecting a single input to the 2 left and right outputs via
Also another thing to take notice about this USB device is that it is
only configurable via the on-board hardware(it's an advantage for me),
i.e. sampling rate (needs a device dis/re/connection), monitoring,
digital vs analog inputs, input/output levels.
It won't do 96KHz for both playback and recording and again you'll
have to use the dip-switches on the back to select the 96KHz mode. Up
to 48KHz there is no such limitation, full duplex audio operation.
I hope that sums it up.
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