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Old 03-25-2012, 07:37 AM
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You've got the same MoBo as me. Use the on board sound and just run a SPDIF cable from your MoBo to the Omni and you can do exactly as you wish. Go to YouTube ,etc.

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You've got the same MoBo as me. Use the on board sound and just run a SPDIF cable from your MoBo to the Omni and you can do exactly as you wish. Go to YouTube ,etc.

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When i think about it its a great idea. I wont loose any sound quality since going digital right ?
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Old 03-25-2012, 03:53 PM
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I'm running PT 9 Native (ordinaire, not HD) and I listen to YouTube through my 003 Rack all of the time. Just go to Control Panel, Sounds, and look for the Speakers icon. Click on it, then click properties, and set your default audio device to one of the Avid (Digidesign) selections.

Works great for me...
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I'm running PT 9 Native (ordinaire, not HD) and I listen to YouTube through my 003 Rack all of the time. Just go to Control Panel, Sounds, and look for the Speakers icon. Click on it, then click properties, and set your default audio device to one of the Avid (Digidesign) selections.

Works great for me...
I can do that too with my mbox 3 pro, but from what i understand that wont work with omni/native.
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Old 03-25-2012, 06:16 PM
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chrisdee,

There is no wave driver for HD|Native/Omni. You are correct about the sound quality. Going digital from your on board sound will use the DA converters in the Omni and they are very, very good.

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I'm running PT 9 Native (ordinaire, not HD) and I listen to YouTube through my 003 Rack all of the time. Just go to Control Panel, Sounds, and look for the Speakers icon. Click on it, then click properties, and set your default audio device to one of the Avid (Digidesign) selections.

Works great for me...
Avid ASIO or Wave Driver is hardware dependent. Pro Tools 10 HD Native only got Avid ASIO Driver single client. The 003R is Avid ASIO Multi-Client. What Greg is saying is correct. Any attached HD I/O will not display in Windows Sound.
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Avid ASIO or Wave Driver is hardware dependent. Pro Tools 10 HD Native only got Avid ASIO Driver single client. The 003R is Avid ASIO Multi-Client. What Greg is saying is correct. Any attached HD I/O will not display in Windows Sound.
Thanks.

Do you have HD Native and Omni running on Windows 7 aswell ?
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I just ordered Omni + Native from my local dealer.
$5500 dollars.

Very expensive I think but I really hope it will be worth it.
I also really hope it will work with my GA-EX58-UD3R Rev 1.6 motherboard.

It should be here by the end of the week.
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Old 03-26-2012, 03:25 PM
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Get ready to be very pleased with both performance and sound quality.

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Old 03-27-2012, 12:28 AM
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Do you have HD Native and Omni running on Windows 7 aswell ?
Native card with 96 I/O on Windows. And there should be no problems with your chipset because it runs the exact North Bridge as GA-X58A chipsets.
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