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Old 11-30-2015, 02:19 AM
paldry paldry is offline
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Default Profire 2626 with PT 12.3

I've recently installed PT 12.3 and am using a Profire 2626 interface. I've installed the drivers up and everything's running fine except for that inputs 3 and 4 are shown to be SPDIF in Protools edit window. Inputs 1 and two and 5 thru 8 are analogue. I've checked out the Profire software mixer and they're all shown as analogue. Regards,
Paul Drewry
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Old 11-30-2015, 03:39 AM
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Default Re: Profire 2626 with PT 12.3

try this: go to I/O Setup, delete all I/O entries and set to default.
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