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MOTU 828 Mk2
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MOTU 828 Mk2

FireWire audio interface from MOTU belonging to the 828 series.

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ostrovitch ostrovitch

«  828mk2 review »

Publié le 09/10/10 à 09:29
What motivated my choice is all she had, FireWire, the 8X8 IN / OUT
analog etc ... as well as after the forums, the quality of converters
D / A. And over there I do not regret it, it's a great card.

UTILIZATION

Then there are 2 worlds.
The MAC world and PC world, for those in MAC
it's a great card level drivers.
I who am on PC, we were treated during a period
to drivers who had been written with the feet.
Here it goes a little better, but it's not ideal.
For example, the VAS is the people of Motu who said they themselves can
no chaining 2 map MOTU on PC, while on mac can.

This is also why I'd like to find someone who mac
I bought it second hand.

GETTING STARTED

Yes, the config, do not worry, it's relatively simple to implement.
Su PC, you must ensure that the firewire port is not in NEC brand.
Texas Instrument's top.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it if not since 2004.
I advise users to Mac, but PC
go your way.
If not its quality level, it is worth its price.
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