Question about Tascam FW-1804 Sound Card
There are many things that can go wrong with electronics: power supply (or cord); capacitors "pop"; resistors break from heat; soldered connections weaken; volume/on/off/ other switches and controls can get carbon build-up; and the list goes on. I would think almost any TV repair shop would at least look at it for you, and tell you if it is something they can do. It is a pretty easy matter to narrow the problem down.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2008
First thing I would look into is the machine that has the other firewire port. Many machines use firewire ports that do not work well at all with professional audio interfaces. I had to replace my firewire card with a better one on a brand new machine to get my software to work correctly.
You might try rebooting the host machine and checking its firewire ports.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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