As computer manufacturers are supporting the format less these days, is it unreasonable to expect any company that has created PCMCIA products to anticipate queries regarding format adaption? There has been no further information whether an E-MU Express card will be on future project or development but feel free to submit your report if you have attempted any testing on the card. So you’re saying it might come from somewhere else? Would this adapter work? The main feature I required in the laptop was portability. Not sure it’ll solve your problems though and a bit of an expensive way to find out it still won’t work. Originally Posted by Eggeh.
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E-MU 1616m PCMCIA Audio Card Interface
Fixes a typo in the Insert Send list when using sample rates of E-MU has not made any effort on this occassion to point me in the right direction. That’s only good with its own 16166m Here’s the response from E-MU ‘customer support’ If you can use it for about five years it’s a very good deal. It always conflicted with something and resulted in unusable sound.
The pci-e version of the M is not so expensive. Thanks JW and Bronxsound for your valuable input so far! It says Cardbus on the front, but I don’t know if that is branding or the technical name for that form factor Does anybody else have experience of converting PCMCIA cards to usb?
Many thanks for your help Patrick. Immediately after installing this upgrade, please be sure to turn the MicroDock off and then back on again, in 11616m for the new firmware to take effect.
Hosted by Nimbus Hosting. I’ve been looking around on this board and other websites for some solutions but it seems like I can’t get any info about it. If the version numbers below are higher than what you see in the About Box, you should proceed with the update. This is especially true considering the factors I have mentioned above em when the ‘support’ they provide is compared like for like between music technology companies.
EMU 1616M Cardbus, moving to Desktop
Originally Posted by Lute. There are other adaptors available, but that was the only one I could find that had a cable to move the adaptor away from your laptop.
It will not work in a usb adaptor.
The only reason you might want to buy a new card is that PCIe gives you higher speed. I just don’t know these things! However, the Digital Audio System drivers have been rigorously tested using the same test procedures that a signed driver requires, and it passes in all important categories, including those that measure the relative stability of the driver. I don’t know if it might be something related to my electric installation, or simply the PCI card being very cold when I plugged it in installed it straight from my mailbox and it’s damn cold outside.
E-MU m BSOD’ing on new system – Gearslutz
You don’t have to buy an Mbox. My current laptop has neither a cardbus or expressbus slot. Improved audio emi of ASIO driver record and playback when used at low latencies. It also clearly has not made any effort to anticipate an obvious question regarding one of its products, and to formulate a generic FAQ answering such questions.
You need an account to post a reply. Perhaps if I explain my original thoughts and current intentions better my posts will make more sense to you? I have Sonar 7 Pro tempted to want the e,u upgrade to X1 soon! As computer manufacturers are supporting the format less these days, is it unreasonable to expect any company that has created PCMCIA products to anticipate queries regarding format adaption?
Yea the new boxes come with PCIe cards, I just wanted to know if the box itself has changed, since I bought it as part of the cardbus package.
I want to hopefully find a card somewhere, plug and play, I hope it’s an easy transfer to a desktop, but is anything ever easy when working with audio hardware? Create a username pcmdia password below and an account will be created and your post entered.