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Old 14th June 2018, 07:34 PM   #31
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I've downsized and it's just too big for how often I use it.
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Old 14th June 2018, 07:35 PM   #32
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If I was anywhere near you, I'd be interested. It is a nice signal analyser.

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Old 17th July 2018, 05:04 PM   #33
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Right Mark (http://audio.rightmark.org) + E-MU 0202/0204.
I just dug up a 0204 I had kicking around and installed the driver from the CD onto my Windows 7 laptop, and RMAA crashed/hung the system when I tried it.
Can you let me know what settings you use (in case it's as simple as that)?
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Old 18th July 2018, 04:54 AM   #34
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There was stuff on the RMAA site on getting RMAA working with The EMU stuff I think. In any case start by making sure the card is working both record and playback in windows. Then try ASIO. RMAA usually doesn't crash things but I noticed the latest version is buggy. Try an older version once you know the card itself is working.
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Old 18th July 2018, 05:46 AM   #35
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I repair, service & sell used Audio Precision test system and APIB USB Interface adapters to work with XP through Win10. I get many systems in my shop that were from EBay and many were used in a production line and do require many new parts so they can meet the SPECIFICATIONS. The cost is typical investment is $2500 or more and this typical leaves the hobbyist to use other equipment. The QA401 and other analyzers are good alternative to the hobbyist who typically have limited budgets. Duke
Duke, so if I understand correctly, I buy a "used" AP systems on fleaBay for for $2500 USD. Then I find out scheisse, it doesn't work right. Dummy me, bought something that had it's life wrung out of it in a production environment. So I send it off to get fixed and want it in SPECIFICATION. why else have one, right? From what you say, your time and effort can easily exceed $2500UDS to fix it so runs right and meets SPECIFICATION and will last a bit.

And so that good deal on fleabay...and repairs...plus shipping, extra stuff runs over $5000USD pretty quickly.

O course you know I concur, being a hobbiest, $5000USD plus for one piece of gear, yeah looking for other equipment.

Thanks Duke, sometimes I just have to run it by me again to make sure that I understand.

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Old 18th July 2018, 11:48 AM   #36
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There was stuff on the RMAA site on getting RMAA working with The EMU stuff I think. In any case start by making sure the card is working both record and playback in windows. Then try ASIO. RMAA usually doesn't crash things but I noticed the latest version is buggy. Try an older version once you know the card itself is working.
Thanks, I think the 0204 is hooped.. I tried even playing a test sound to it from the control panel and it hung the computer..
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Old 18th July 2018, 01:54 PM   #37
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Do you have enough power for the 0204? Are you using the external supply?
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Old 18th July 2018, 03:42 PM   #38
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Do you have enough power for the 0204? Are you using the external supply?
Hm.. that's a good point. No, I was just trying to power it from the USB port on the laptop. I have a Y cable for external power but it's got a Mini connector on it.. I may have to hack it or find an adapter for it, since the 0204 has a USB Type B connector on it..
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Old 19th July 2018, 05:20 AM   #39
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I thought the 0204 had support for an external supply like the 0404 and the tracker pre. Also you could try it in a different system. Make sure Windows does not try to load its native (and buggy) UAC 2 driver.
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Hi Sync
Not all EBay systems are bad. You just need to know that you may not get a SUPER GREAT WORKING SYSTEM. The systems that Marshall (I service his systems) & I sell are good working units. The systems that come from a production environment usually have relay, fan, and connector problems. My biggest repair was well under $1000. Some of the systems that I have serviced were poorly repaired patch jobs.
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