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> Date: Thu=2C 5 Apr 2012 18:13:40 +1000
What about the RME UCX and related cards? Doesn't provide the mic channels =
but I thought it was meant to operate fully on USB.
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>=3B Date: Thu=2C 5 Apr 20=
12 18:13:40 +1000>=3B From: email@example.com>=3B To: linux-au=
firstname.lastname@example.org>=3B Subject: Re: [LAU] What 16chan soun=
d card>=3B >=3B On 5/04/12 3:14 AM=2C Al Thompson wrote:>=
=3B >=3B On 04/04/2012 12:57 PM=2C S. Massy wrote:>=3B >=3B>=3B=
On Wed=2C Apr 04=2C 2012 at 12:05:48PM -0400=2C Al Thompson wrote:>=
=3B >=3B>=3B>=3B I don't know of a 16x4 USB device right off hand.>=3B >=3B>=3B Is that even possible? Even with USB 2.0=2C which migh=
t have shaky linux>=3B >=3B>=3B support anyway... Possibly he sho=
uld investigate other alternatives?>=3B >=3B>=3B >=3B Good =
question. I've been doing a little research=2C and it's difficult to&g=
t=3B >=3B find something that meets his criteria. Most things that say t=
hey are>=3B >=3B "16 channel" apparently are using Mackie Math when=
they add them up=2C and>=3B >=3B others that provide USB 2.0 conne=
ctivity never claim to be able to>=3B >=3B handle 16 channels simul=
taneously through USB.>=3B >=3B It should be perfectly possible=
to do this over USB 2.0=3B I'm just not >=3B sure you'll find a devi=
ce to do it that's supported under Linux. There >=3B are definitely F=
irewire devices that'll do it=2C though: I know my Saffire >=3B PRO40=
can do it (it has 8 analog inputs=2C and an ADAT port that's good >=
=3B for 8 more)=2C and I'm sure there are other devices that can do the sam=
e.>=3B >=3B Thanks>=3B LeighWhat about the RM=
E UCX and related cards? Doesn't provide the mic channels but I thought it =
was meant to operate fully on USB.