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Old 30-12-17, 08:09 PM
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I'd agree with the above regarding noise. Ground loops are a hell that you can get even in recording studios using AES or balanced analogue connections. (partly why we now use MADI over decent multimode fibre) My PC has them resulting in the same switching noise regardless of whether I use an internal sound card or an external interface. The only ways around it are either isolators or better yet, using fibre optic connections, both of which result in total silence.

I've been looking at the RME HDSPe AIO to replace my Yellowtec PUC balanced interface and Xonar essence ST as I'm currently stuck using the realtek onboard audio via ASIO4All which does the job for now, but it's not great.

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Old 31-12-17, 02:28 PM
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Well bugger me, it worked. It actually worked ! I mean this was bad. Like, you can hear the hard drives spinning up through the speakers bad.

Now I just need another 4 lol.
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