[LAU] Focusrite Saffire 6 USB Audio Interface
zettberlin at linuxuse.de
Wed Sep 14 08:12:14 UTC 2011
Am 13.09.2011 22:54, schrieb Moshe Werner:
> Have you looked at this one?
>> From my experience Sounddevices products are reliable and have superb audio
... and this seems to have a price-tag on it.
It is sold here for 860,- Euros -- the Focusrite would be 175,-
Enybody out there, who knows reliable and Linux-proof USB2-devices for
say, less than 250,- ?
Preferably devices, that are available in stores...
> I've used their on location mixer and the pre's and AD is outstanding. Never
> used the usb device, but maybe someone else did...
> On their site they state that the usbpre2 is supported under Linux.
> Hope this will be helpful,
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 10:02 PM, Aurélien Leblond<blablack at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> Any issues or happy stories about this Saffire USB interface? I'm
>>> planning to buy one usb interface soon.
>> Sorry never tried this one...
>>> Also any reliable USB audio device with pre-amps.
>> The Edirol UA-25Ex is very good and very well supported in Linux.
>> Mine has served me well for years.
>> One thing though: if your USB port is of type EHCI, check exactly
>> which version you have (using lspci) and google it before!
>> I'm saying this because I changed laptop few months ago, and some EHCI
>> USB ports have a bug that makes Jack/Alsa and USB 1 soundcard not
>> working at all...
>> I'm now using a M-Audio Fast-Track Ultra (USB2, so I don't have issues
>> with EHCI anymore), but it's not 100% supported yet (although the Alsa
>> developers are working on it)...
>> Hope this helps!
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