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Published on 02/25/14 at 01:19
Value For Money : Excellent
The firewire connection works well if you do not forget to take an interface with a TI chipset (Texas Instruments) card. The number of inputs / outputs, inputs and optical digital outputs and ease of use all work very well (I use them all at the same time). I will also probably buy 2nd 2626 interface for coupling to the first.

UTILIZATION

No problems or beug since this purchase.
Very low latency. No need to update
I read 6 stereo tracks simultaneously

GETTING STARTED

No setup problem (windows vista 32 or 64). The manual can be improved but it is doing very well anyway without spending hours

OVERALL OPINION

2 years - good value compactness, simplicity and sound quality especially
Excellent value for money.
The drivers are also available on Windows 7, 8 and vista 32 and 64 while Roland synths do not have these updates and are always sold (Vsynth XT not name)
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