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Old 12-10-2019, 08:05 AM   #506
ivansc
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Originally Posted by AntonZ View Post
I spent some time looking for an affordable ADAT card for my new PC. For many years an RME card has served me well, but that was XP and the older RME cards are not supported on Windows 10. A brand new RME card is beyond my budget. Is there such a thing as an affordable PCIe or USB interface that does ADAT? This is for amateur home use, I don't need large channel counts. Just one optical ADAT in and one out would be sufficient.
Buy a used HDSP one like I did. I am still on pci rather than pci-e and its still updated by RME & performance is great.
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