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2882 3D USB or USBC ? [message #87556] Thu, 16 April 2020 08:29 Go to next message
herrmann is currently offline  herrmann
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Registered: April 2020
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Hi there
Is there any benefit to use a usb-c/usb-c cable over an usb-c/usb cable ? (with a MBP 16)
Right now I'm using ethernet, but I wonder if the latency would be lower with a direct usbc ?
Thank you
Re: 2882 3D USB or USBC ? [message #87557 is a reply to message #87556] Thu, 16 April 2020 11:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bj is currently offline  bj
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Other than not needing an adapter, no. It is a direct USB connection in either case.
Re: 2882 3D USB or USBC ? [message #87879 is a reply to message #87557] Sun, 17 January 2021 11:11 Go to previous message
srlaudio is currently offline  srlaudio
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Registered: January 2021
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I am pleased to announce that I am using an M1 MBP running 11.1 Big Sur and I completed the 3D update to my 2882. I downloaded the new MIO Console, and hooked it up through a Caldigit TS3+ using the USBc to a cable that came with the upgrade. The MIO Console had a "missing files" message in the upper left, and did not recognize the 2882. I thought it might be because I did not have the MH Link extension installed. I searched all over the metric halo website but could not find it. Then I used a USBc cable I had to hook the 2882 straight to the computer. BANG everything started working! I loaded DSP effects into channels and they worked as well. I am very impressed with Metric Halo and am proud to be a dealer for them in the great state of Tennessee!

Allen
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