Are you in the market for a 1U eight-channel 24-bit 96kHz recording interface sporting hardware MIDI, S/PDIF, and lightpipe? How about one that can be used in standalone mode?
Now, imagine being able to get all that (and more) for under $100. Interested?
Jackbox: Testing setup
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 7 1700|
|RAM||Corsair LPX 16GB|
|Motherboard||MSI B350 Tomahawk|
|GPU||Nvidia Quadro 4000|
|PSU:||EVGA 600 B1|
Disable ALSA firewire drivers: Create the file alsa-nope.conf in /etc/modprobe.d/ and add the following.
MOTU 828MKII: Round-trip latency @44100 HZ
MOTU 828MKII: Round-trip latency @48000 HZ
MOTU 828MKII: Round-trip latency @96000 HZ
Like the Traveler MKI everything just works™ under Linux. If I was searching for something to knock it for it would be the two 42dB preamps. You’re not going to drive a Shure SM7B or Golden Age D2 without some additional preamplification.
Front panel controls.
Optical S/PDIF and ADAT I/O share the same socket.