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Hello everybody, since i can't post at the inspire forum i put it in here.
My laptop has now finished working. So i had to find a pci card to get the interface to work again.
In my laptop there was a via vt6306 and it worked well for recording and alining audio systems.
Which chipset can i use to work proper for recording audio in combination with playbacks.

Thanks for your help
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by matthewgorman on Thu Nov 05, 2015 3:09 pm
The Texas Instruments chip has proven the most reliable over the years. Startech is one manufacturer that uses the correct chip. I have personally used 3-4 different startech cards with zero issue.

I would make sure before purchase that the card you are looking to purchase still has the TI chipset. I wouldn't put it past any manufacturer to change manufacturing to lower costs, so the extra few minutes to verify would be a benefit.

Matt

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by jrgenprottengeier on Sun Nov 08, 2015 12:19 pm
Hello folks, yesterday a new firewire card arrived.
It's an Digitus DS-33203 with an via vt 6706 chip.
Today the first test with win7 and the actual driver and it works!
Further tests will be done after i found my mikrofone in the cellar.
The output is working so far.

Hope this helps others

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