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Re: Firewire 800 - Does using a FW400 device in the chain slow the bus down to 400 speed?
      17/04/10 10:51 PM
Did you look at the link? Explains it pretty clearly, I think...

Yes, that's exactly what it means. Keep the FW400 devices at the end of the chain, and the FW800 devices still work at FW800, and the FW400 devices work at FW400 on the same bus.

Any FW800 devices *after* the FW400 device will work at FW400 - so keep the FW800 devices up front, and it should be all good.

Edited by desmond (17/04/10 10:52 PM)

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* Firewire 800 - Does using a FW400 device in the chain slow the bus down to 400 speed? blastmasterd 16/01/10 08:37 AM
. * Re: Firewire 800 - Does using a FW400 device in the chain slow the bus down to 400 speed? emilylaurence   02/02/12 09:39 AM
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. * Re: Firewire 800 - Does using a FW400 device in the chain slow the bus down to 400 speed? desmond   17/04/10 10:09 PM
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. * Re: Firewire 800 - Does using a FW400 device in the chain slow the bus down to 400 speed? desmond   02/02/10 05:36 PM
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