Reviews and Problems with FOCUSRITE Saffire Pro 40
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zero latency monitoring!!!
27 July 2011
Summary: after a bit of learning curve and re-thinking the concept, i was able to get rid of that latency issue that comes with pt9 this is a huge deal for some singers and musicians. it's more of a "feel" issue -while some can power through it- others have a real hard time "getting their song on" with the latency factor. therefore...this piece is vital-like everything about it!!! not a 5 because i there is a learning curve.
Excerpt: We have the Focusrite Saffire Pro 40 in one of our studios on campus. We are using it with a set of KRK monitors on a Windows PC. The computer that it is installed on is running Vista, and it runs great with Vista. It has not given me any errors while using it and the drivers appear to be very stable on Vista (64) bit. This interface can and should be racked, it will only take up one rack space but it has all of the inputs you need to run a session.
Excerpt: The Focusrite Pro 40 is a 20 in and 20 out FireWire interface that has 8 separate preamps. There are two different headphone buses and it is compatible with Mac or PC computers. I was using this interface from August up until now and it has never gave me any problems running it on a MacBook or a
Excerpt: I've had mine a little over a month now. I love it! I had read some reviews elsewhere complaining about latency issues and FW problems, etc. I put a Lacie FW400 card in my old Dell Dimension 3000 w a 2.80 GHz Pentium 4 and t works seamlessly, although being dingle core, the FW interface eats up more CPU than I would like.