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Old 05-29-2013, 02:29 PM
Barry Johns Barry Johns is offline
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Default Ethernet vs thunderbolt vs pcie

So like a lot of you I am very intrigued by the S3L venue system and was wondering why Avid just doesn't use Ethernet to connect cards and I/O to computers?

I am also looking excitedly for the standalone cost of just the controller if the S3L system.
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