Sep 2, at Post 11 of Post 6 of Post 1 of Figured having both options was too good to be true. Originally Posted by grawk Firewire has more bandwidth , and more reliable buffering. Share This Page Tweet.
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Oh and one more question Forgive the continuing newb questions but a computer rig is somewhat foreign to me at this apovee. Your username or email address: Post 4 of Post 6 of See any errors on this page?
Originally Posted by grawk It’s a aoogee, and firewire is definitely the preferable solution Apogee Mini-Dac product update! It’s a 1, and firewire is definitely the preferable solution Post 10 of Here’s a post on that from a guy from Apogee. Post 7 of Do you already have an account?
Apogee Mini-Dac product update!
A high quality headphone output is also available. I guess I’ll be saving up for the firewire version instead of usb now.
Does this mean that the Apogee will have both USB and firewire connectivity “built-in” or are we talking about a separate card for connection apofee firewire? Sep 3, at 2: No, create an account now. Post 1 of Post 3 of It makes bus powered devices more reliable and stable. Be the first to review this item.
Post 15 of Curious as to which would give the best performance with the fewest problems? Post 8 of Kinda nice and hard to go wrong.
I don’t think its really far fetched to have a FireWire card in there.
Apogee Electronics Mini DAC FireWire D/A MINIDAC- FIREWIRE B&H
Using the FireWire interface, the Mini DAC can provide a “digital through” function, whereby digital signals from other sources can be routed directly to a computer. Oh my, another hole looming in my wallet. Post 13 of