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Old 08-26-2005, 04:54 PM
DaveSB DaveSB is offline
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Default Using 888/24 with PT III Disk I/O & RME Hamerfall

Im brand new to PT
I have a PT III Disk I/O with D1 rev which works in a G4 and are looking for the best option for an audio interface--I also have just purchased a DSP farm card later gen Serial number FG

The PT V4.3 software install handbook says my PTIII D1 card works with a 888/24 or 882/20
(The PTIII is a 16 bit system ) and in 1999 no more of the older 888/16'S where in production.
Any known gotas for using the 888/24 with PT III Disk I/O D1 Rev?

Thanks in advance

PS I notice that the 888/24 can be used as a standalone convertor without a Digidesign card
Will it work with my RME HAMERFALL Digi 9652 so I can use the better 24 bit card with Logic 6

thanks in advance
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