Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box

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To: Florian Faber <faber@...>
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Date: Friday, December 7, 2012 - 6:12 pm

On Fri, 7 Dec 2012, Florian Faber wrote:

>> actually, my standalone AD/DA units (Tango 24's) died and i'm

That makes sense... There's a light on the front of the Multiface that
goes out after the firmware is loaded from the host computer. I think
until that firmware is loaded, it's more or less braindead. Probably
there is no good technical reason why RME is marketing the external
DAC/ADC units this way, other than they can.

Oh well...thanks for the suggestions on other boxes to look at from
everyone -- I'll go take a look.

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Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box, Brent Busby, (Fri Dec 7, 6:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box, Florian Paul Schmidt, (Fri Dec 7, 5:50 pm)
Re: [LAU] Using an RME Multiface II as a DAC/ADC converter box, Florian Paul Schmidt, (Fri Dec 7, 6:08 pm)