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My Fa-66 is recognized by my MacPro, but there is no sound when I tray to record. All option are selected well. It can t reproduce anything. It seems to be like #muted#. Is there hardaware problem?

No any sound. All options are selected well and the condenser mic put on also.

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Go to settings and audio select recording source.

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SOURCE: Edirol FA 66 firewire

Download/install the drivers from roland/edirol site for PC. For Mac, its plug and play. Just select the edirol in the audio options.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: how do i get my FA-66 to work via firewire?? please help!!!!!!!

u're probably trying to connect it with a 4 to 6 pins firewire cable to your laptop right?
if so, the laptop firewire connection is usually the small type (4 pins). this kind
of connection does not give Power to the firewire device.
u can buy a pcmcia card with 6pin firewire connections and usa a 6 to 6 firewire cable
and that will work. i hope. :)


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SOURCE: My edirol fa-66 is not been recognized by windows

Could be that it has a fault.

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SOURCE: Hi, I can't install driver

Check in "programs and features and make sure there is no software already installed for your unit. If there is unistall it and start over. I am guessing you are installing from a CD? You may have parts of previous installs that are conflicting with the completion. This Roland's site for downloads and they also have a support section.
http://www.rolandus.com/products/productdetails.php?ProductId=731&tab=downloads&skip=true

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