Journal: News & Comment

Wednesday, May 10, 2006
# 3:53:00 PM:

Why FireWire is better than USB 2.0 for audio

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Podcast Pedant summarizes why I bought a FireWire audio interface instead of a USB one:

For audio devices, USB will do fine if no other devices are competing with it and if you have processor room to spare. But Firewire will always be able to handle more load with lower latency and no glitches, because it has resources it can set aside to make sure your audio gets where it needs to go.


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