[LAU] Motu AVB devices/Firmware update issues/better DONT update to 1.2.9
lau at hellquist.net
Tue Sep 19 18:24:08 UTC 2017
Thanks for the heads up.
I have not noticed this since I have not needed a lot of channels but I
don't like unnecessary limitations. Ultralite AVBs
Do you know if this is registered as a formal feature request or do we have
to accept MOTUs way of changing things?
Best regards, Anders
On Sep 19, 2017 15:21, "Peter Venus" <mail at petervenus.de> wrote:
> Dear List!
> this is my first post to this list, but the issues and solutions i faced
> with the MotuAVB devices plus the light push of a fellow linux-user made
> me subscribe to this list to share my experiences.
> I am a happy user of a Motu 24ao and Motu Ultralite AVB under
> Linux(Ubuntu 16.04) in combination with jack/cadence.
> almost everything went rather fine until i updated the firmware last
> week on my UltraliteAVB:
> the current firmware v1.2.9+479
> (Release Date 2017-06-21) removes the possibility to change the USB-mode
> (44/48; 44-96; 44-192) ultimately disabling me to use more then
> 24channels via USB/class compliant.
> With the previous firmware v1.2.8+378
> (Release Date 2016-09-01)this feature is still available, allowing for
> 64ch USB-i/o(44/48), 32ch USB-iO(44-96khz) or 24ch (44-192kHz).
> According to Motu and tested by myself, a downgrade of the firmware is
> possible without bricking the device.
> The sad truth is, that the users are locked to this firmware until motu
> brings back the feature to change the USB-Mode- unless one loves to
> settle with 24ch i/o between computer and device.
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