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Emu 1820M ADAT quality?
      28/11/12 03:46 PM

I'm thinking about replacing my Behringer ADA8000 with a Focusrite Octopre Mk2, and I was wondering whether the ADAT connection on my EMU1820M or ADAT connections in general have any influence on the the sound if the pipeline is made properly?



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