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Old 05-26-2006, 09:22 PM
DaveSB DaveSB is offline
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Default 192 Digital I/O and D/A expansion card question

Hi Im considering buying a 192 Digital I/O and was wondering if it is possible to turn it at a later stage when one can afford into a 192 hybrid by buying a D/A expansion card and a A/D expansion card

Will this work?
Oh one last question is the digital clocking on the 192 Digital the same quality as the flagship 192

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Old 05-26-2006, 11:10 PM
Andre Knecht Andre Knecht is offline
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Default Re: 192 Digital I/O and D/A expansion card question

No, the 192 I/O Digital interfaces are not expandable.
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