Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by bugsysiegals, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. bugsysiegals

    bugsysiegals Guest

    Im running an E-MU 1820 that is connected to my computer through the sound card that came with it. It uses a wide cable that is similar in appearance to a LAN network cable. I can switch the settings through its DSP software to use either ADAT or S/PDIF. It still runs through the same cable even when I switch settings but I cant really tell any difference.

    Im wondering if there is any advantages of using one over the other. I only record one track at a time with a single microphone (KSM27). What about the Khz should I stick with 44.1 or 96Khz? Im currently using 44.1Khz.
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

    Sep 26, 2005
    Stick with 44.1kHz! If you are a good engineer, it will sound good. If you are a crappy engineer it will sound crappy.

    I just took a number two
    Ms. Remy Ann David
  3. Randyman...

    Randyman... Well-Known Member

    Jun 1, 2003
    Houston, TX
    The "ADAT/SPDIF" toggle is likely to select if the unit's OPTICAL I/O is in a standard 2-channel SPDIF format, or the 8-Channel ADAT-Lightpipe format... If you are not using the Optical Toslink connection, this setting will not have any effect.

    Rock On :cool:

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