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Old 09-10-2004, 04:45 AM
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Default multichannel via apple audio midi setup

Okay,

Have 002 Rack and am trying to setup my mac (G4 powerbook osx 10.3 Core audio driver 6.5.2) to be able to play out several channels. IE the goal being to be able to play dvds in 5.1...

..BUT..

Although the apple Audio midi setup recognizes the 002 rack interface, and that the 18 channels are there it DOESN'T allow me to use the configure speakers option or to adjust any of the channels individually... ie these options are greyed out.

As you can imagine this is quite frustrating.

Any suggestions anyone? PLEEAASSEE help.

Cheers

Dave
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