[LAU] Does the Edirol UA-101 work well at 192 kHz/24 bit?
csanchezgs at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 10:59:49 EDT 2009
So if I really need more than 2 ins/4 channels (USB1) I should go for
a FA. And now I wonder, given the feedback related to this in the
list, is it that is not so "good" the state of the art in alsa special
drivers for those UA 2.0 non standard interfaces with >=4ins? By now,
don't they provide similar functionalities?
The thing is that It makes totally sense to me what you say. I'm
really considering buying a FA.
It's just that I think the only real disadvantage for me is that I was
considering to get to a kind of recording mobile DAW (usefull for
recording at rehearsal places or gigs) with something like an EEE Pc
(similar idea to Ken's EEE 1000) or some other light, cheap and
portable netbook/portable, and they don't use to have firewire.
//On my mobile device. Sorry for top-posting and any mistakes
2009/7/24, Arnold Krille <arnold at arnoldarts.de>:
> On Friday 24 July 2009 17:26:51 Carlos Sanchiavedraz wrote:
>> Foreseeing I'll need more than 2 ins, and having just one firewire and
>> only in my laptop and not on my PC, it makes me balance to UA 101.
>> Any more advices and experience on linux?
> Actually this should _really_ push you for firewire. Because:
> USB1 only has bandwidth for four channels. Two in and two out and the bus is
> filled up. And don't even think about adding another device to that bus (and
> aware of the hubs already builtin the computer).
> On Firewire the bandwidths will be reserved, so no matter how many devices
> connect, (up to the total limit) all devices will get the needed bandwidth.
> And firewire is a network, not a master-slave connection. So you don't need
> more than one firewire connector on your laptop, simply daisy-chain all the
> devices. Additional advantage: then they can all use the firewore-clock as
> reference-clock which makes multiple audio-fw-devices act as one big
> synced!) audio device.
> And a firewire-card for a pc is as cheap as a good firewire cable...
> Have fun,
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