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Apogee X-Digi-Mix Card
Old 27th April 2004
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Apogee X-Digi-Mix Card

I'm thinking about getting one of these baby's along with a AD16X for a Mix Plus system. The question I have is how will it improve my sound. I know the Apogee converters are better than the Digi's. But what I specifically wanted to know is will this allow me to record at 96kHZ or 192kHz on MixPlus or am I still limited to 48kHZ because I'm using MixPlus?
Old 27th April 2004
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You are still limited at 48 Khz because you are using a Mix system.
About how much it will improve the sound, it's hard to answer because your ears are the only judge.
I read comments about the Apogee Rosetta 800, some people said it was night and day between the Rosetta 800 and a 888/24 and others wasn't very impressed by the difference ...
Old 27th April 2004
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Hi digiman,

The X-series converters (AD-16X, DA-16X) do not support the X-DigiMix card due to the limited bussing architecture of the Mix system. The X-DigiMix card can be used with the Rosetta 800 and 200.
Old 27th April 2004
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Max,

Are the HD cards out yet for the 16x series? I think I originally heard sometime in April.

Thanks,

Keith
Old 27th April 2004
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The X-HD card will be out in mid May as beta testing is still finishing up.
Old 27th April 2004
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Cool.


Keith
Old 29th April 2004
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The X-HD card will be out in mid May as beta testing is still finishing up
Can more than one X-HD be connected to a single HD core card?

Robert
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