Have a MacPro with AJA LHe card for NL Editing with Final Cut Pro. Do I hook up the speakers to the AJA card or to the Original Apple sound output ? What would be the best speakers to reproduce what the customers would hear on their side ? TWK.
Goto straight to the aja card if its final cut pro compatable and upto date. Look for studio monitors, a good brand for instance yamaha hs80m 8inches that have built in amp other wise you'll need an amp generally for studio monitors.
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Make sure you have your speakers connected to the main output. Also, in the "Universal Control" "Mixer" window, make sure that at least one of the mixes are assigner to "Mo", which stands for main output.
you can just piggyback the mixers - take the outputs from the mackie mixer (assuming it is NOT a powered mixer) ... those should be line level outputs - send them into a line level input on the digi 002 and then set that channel on the digi 002 and once set, just leave it, and control the mackie channels individually ... should work fine ...
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You'll probably need a new sound card but the best way to verify this, is to pull the sound card out completely and use the integrated sound thats on the motherboard, you should see more sound outputs near the ps2 ports where you would hook up a keyboard or mouse.
If you get good sound out of that then you know for sure your sound card is bad, if you get static even out of those sound outputs on the motherboard then you know that your speakers are bad.
u can try this , please update the driver update for the same issue and update the driver for the sound device or please unistall and reinstalle the sound drivers on the system, or do systemrestore if it was working some days back .... check the
Click Start , Run , and enter services.msc into the Open field.
A services window opens.
Scroll down the list of services and find Windows Audio.
Right-click Windows Audio and select Properties .
Select Automatic from the Startup type dropdown list, and click Start to start the audio service.
are you hooking up the headphone jack to the unit and not the ibook? When I hook inspire to my mac, the output comes from the unit, not the computer through the unit's headphone jack or the speaker output. Also make sure the volume is up and no channels are muted.