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recording hd500


timthompson
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There is an extra D/A conversion in the HD500 when using the analog outputs. Whether this is detectable in terms of sound quality depends largely on your ears and monitors.

 

Also, if you are connecting the analog outputs to an audio interface for recording to a computer, there will need to be another A/D conversion before the signal hits your computer.

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I've never been able to record using the USB to Cubase because of the ASIO latency.

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That's strange. There should be virtually zero latency if you are using the Line 6 ASIO driver, monitor using the POD outputs, and turn off the software monitoring in your DAW.

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You connect your studio monitors to the Pod audio outputs (e.g. Headphones or 1/4" outs). Make sure Cubase is configured to use the POD and its ASIO driver as the audio device.

 

To go into the PC using spdif you need a separate audio interface that accepts spdif input.

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