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Old 11-16-2016, 12:54 PM
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Default Apogee AD-8000 on PT 10.3.10 running Mavericks

I'm currently running PT|HD TDM 10.3.10 on OSX 10.9.5 using a Magma Expansion chassis. I've several 192 interfaces and on the first 2 I've connected 1 Apogee AD-8000 each via the legacy port. In PT I select the legacy port and I manually add a 888/24 on the first 2 192 interfaces since on the drop down menu there isn't an Apogee to choose from. Obviously I have the Digidesign port installed on both Apogees.
When I go to the I/O menù within PT I can create I/Os but they are greyed out and on the top I cannot see the picture of the interfaces like the 192s I can see on the other I/Os.

Am I missing something or are they not compatible? As far as I can remember I got them to work on PT 10.3.10 on OSX 10.6.8

Any help would be very much appreciated
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