On 09/04/2010 12:44 PM, Lorenzo wrote:
The Saffire Pro 24 differs a lot from the Pro 10 IO. The 24 uses the
DICE chipset and only ffado 2.0.0 from svn trunk supports it. So you
have to either build it yourself or if you use Ubuntu 10.04 you can grab
working drivers from my PPA:
doesn't work though). FFADO 2.0.1 (the latest stable release) has no
support for DICE chipsets afaik. That release is mainly to provide
support for the new Juju FireWire stack.
I own a Saffire Pro 10 IO myself and I can really recommend it, it just
works so well with Linux and the audio quality is pretty decent. At work
I recently hooked up a Saffire Pro 40 (the 24's big brother) to an
Ubuntu 10.04 machine, that's why I uploaded the FFADO stuff to my PPA,
and so far it performs very well but I haven't tested it thoroughly yet.
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