mqbernardo wrote:kind of late to the party (and first post: hi everybody!), but TC drivers can be very flimsy and their tech support is (was, at least) very sloooooow...
why am i bothering to write this? my best advice is if, by any chance, you detect that something is not working as it should, do yourself a favour and return the unit while you can. youÂ´ll be saving some headaches in the future.
wish you the best of lucks,
Bryanm wrote:Hi All,
I will start off my comment by admitting that I used to work for Avid / Digidesign (the company that makes the MBox/Pro Tools) and that my experience working there was a great one. It ended badly because Avid as a company is terribly mismanaged and hasn't made a nickel in years. (You can see for yourself by looking at their financial history on any publicly-available financial website.) That said, I can highly recommend the new MBox (3rd Generation) as a two-channel audio interface. The mic-pre's are WAY better than the MBox 2 and the D/A convertors are also a big step up. You only have to listen to mediocre MP3's through both of them to hear the difference. Plus the MB(3) is rugged, has a nice volume knob and is imminently portable. I use Pro Tools 9HD, Logic 9, Reason/Record, Ableton Live, Sibelius, Final Cut, Sound Track, etc. all through the new MBox with no issues at all. I think the USB issues with the older interfaces were because it used USB 1.2 standard rather than USB 2.0. Even though I have a Mac with FireWIre 800, I have no problems with latency over USB 2.0. Give it a try!
mqbernardo wrote:the new mbox does indeed look very nice...
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