Question about M-Audio FireWire 410 External Sound System

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Audio pops and clicks

I am running a m-audio fw410 on a philips quad core with vista 32 bit os.
Everything is ok,apart from recording externally.Whenever i attempt to record
live vocals and\or instruments,the resulting sound is of very bad quality.
Also,i must say that when i was using xp os i had no problems.


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  • loxly May 26, 2008

    thanks for your reply ABASS,
    but i already purchased a new 1394 card and
    everything seems to be working fine...........


  • Anonymous Jun 20, 2008

    Hello, I have the exact same problem.
    I recently upgraded my computer and installed the latest driver from MAUDIO. Everything works fine except recording through MIC/LINE inputs.
    the input signal, when heard through the headphones is clen, however when playing back the recorded audio it has lots of crackle and digital distortion.
    It is not play back that is at fault here as any other audio file is played back without these interferences... I have tried changing PCI slots, tries to free up IRQ's... none of it has made a difference... any help would be greatly appreciated

    thanks,,
    Ben


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My suggest that you should check your device managr and see if you have the sound driver on your system or you switch back to your normal XP. the vista might not compactable with it Thanks ABASS

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