AudioBox 1818VSL, 44VSL and 22VSL
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Sorry lads, you will need to purchase a device that actually works. I recommend a Focusrite product. Steer away from anything Audiobox, as they will leave you hanging in a few years...Products that should last tens of years, are quickly made obsolete without driver support...or functionality from Windows updates and lack of proactive sponsorship. Widndows 10, on all three of my PC's at home have stopped recognizing my Audiobox 1818VSL rendering it worthless. Good luck
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by cristofe on Mon Mar 16, 2020 12:59 pm
So....wanna sell it? I've got an 1818 and 44VSL. No problems here. They run just fine
on Windows 10 64 bit here. With these drivers:

https://www.presonus.com/products/AudioBox-1818VSL/downloads


Don't know what your problem is. Maybe a bad USB cable. Maybe your AudioBox is broken?
When was the last time you did a proper driver uninstall/re-install? None of that is Presonus'
fault tho no need to slag them.

Enjoy your new Focusrite. God knows they don't have any complaints on THEIR forums......LOL!!

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by AAV on Tue Mar 17, 2020 10:03 am
Likewise still using my Audiobox 1818 with the latest UC driver in Windows 10 Pro 64. Looking at Quantum 2626 when available but no rush. Typically 88.2 kHz 24 bit, lots of tracks, low latency with loads of virtual instruments. Yes there are better interfaces out there but it's not a boat anchor yet. Maybe update to the latest Universal Control. Yes, VSL itself was gone years ago, but the interface and current driver's are very usable.

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by jonnylipsham on Sat Mar 28, 2020 6:27 am
jimmygrant wroteSorry lads, you will need to purchase a device that actually works. I recommend a Focusrite product. Steer away from anything Audiobox, as they will leave you hanging in a few years...Products that should last tens of years, are quickly made obsolete without driver support...or functionality from Windows updates and lack of proactive sponsorship. Widndows 10, on all three of my PC's at home have stopped recognizing my Audiobox 1818VSL rendering it worthless. Good luck


Hi,

It sounds to me rather like something broke on your specific device. I have several Audiobox devices. All of them are still working on different machines on Windows 10 - and my original Audiobox USB from 2008 is still working flawlessly.

So, in your case, if you are using the same USB cable when plugging it into different machines, the cable may have broken, or if you are plugging it in to different USB ports, it could be a USB port registration issue.

Jonny Lipsham

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