Hi ST, thanks again for the response.
Originally posted by ST:
I don't know - but tell me how I could find out for you - is there some easy way to tell?
Both the Mac and PC (XP or Vista) just recognize it as a Bose Audio device. I haven't needed to install any special drivers.
ASIO is the professional standard for input/output devices, all of the best sound cards are ASIO and require the ASIO driver to be installed on the computer system.
Actually I don't think the T1 has an on board sound card, it is purely a digital mixer and relies on the computers own sound card and that's not good as computers generally do not come with a professional quality sound card built in. I might be wrong but there is no mention of built in sound card in the manual just the interface to connect via USB.
[b]Now for Vocals and Tracks.
I would just run the tracks in stereo across two L1®s and put the vocals, mono into one of the L1®s........
Yes I agree and have already considered this although it's a bit of a logistics problem trying to connect it all up and making it easy to control with the limited number of ins/outs on the T1.
I have 2 T1's and have to connect:
Inputs from 2 mic's, stereo from laptop (mp3's), stereo return from effects unit and I would also have to use an Aux channel as a send to the effects unit.
Which ever way I hook it up I have no master control over stereo inputs or outputs without using another mixer and that's what I'm trying to get away from.....too much clutter!