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Old 12-14-2012, 08:22 PM
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Default FireWire 410 with Saffire Pro 40?

I have a FireWire 410 which is M-Audio compatible. Can I add something like the Saffire Pro 40 via FireWire daisy chain to the 410? I don't believe the 410 has ADAT but will this scenario give me the added channels in ProTools MP9 to record?

I know PT10 is the way to go but a $400 upgrade fee + a $500 interface is out of my budget. I just need more analog channels into ProTools and the ProFire 2626 has some discouraging feedback I've read. Like recording all 8 analog channels at once and having them not end up in sync on ProTools. Also low latency has reports to not be good as well.

Any help to get me 8ch more & keep my PTMP 9.0.5 is greatly appreciated.
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