Steve Fogal wrote:older devices useless by any means.
JCschild wrote:you can have TB on a windows system using a haswell processor and mobo with TB.
zephonic wrote:With the influx of new Thunderbolt audio devices, I think it is fair to say that the standard is finally gaining momentum.
Avid, Apogee, Universal Audio, Lynx, MOTU and even Zoom (!) all have Thunderbolt interfaces now. Curiously, notably absent is Mac-only Metric Halo, one of the first FW audio device manufacturers.
I think the mid and bottom tier device makers (i.e. M-Audio, Focusrite etc.) will follow suit by NAMM 2015.
Cut-a-Corner wrote:I wonder if Focusrite solved that problem and provides own drivers?
Cut-a-Corner wrote:okay, adding another 4ms to the system, yeah the virtual soundcard could be to blame.
but what about system stabilty / reliabilty?
Cut-a-Corner wrote:2.99ms RTL ? at wich sample rate? including converters or just for ethernet - sequencer - ethernet?
Cut-a-Corner wrote:As as far as i know the whole ethernet protocol and the router adds latency to the system.
Cut-a-Corner wrote:do you have tested it yourself or are these the marketing claims?
JCschild wrote:... dante ... a good Network switch is required to use DHCP.. some sites say NOT to use DHCP and this is completely WRONG..
JCschild wrote:I can say again 1 vendors website in particular is 180 degrees backaswards
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