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Unfortunately not working with Arturia audiofuse
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Not working with my Android base streamer (JF Digital MX-1),the signal will cut and mute randomly, never can hear a song completely, tried use on computer (Win10 PC) but can't recognize
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This is by far the least expensive 480Mbps isolator you can buy anywhere, so I picked up two of them. Internal build quality is satisfactory - the SMD components are hand soldered. If you will be toting it around then be sure to glue the cable strain relief to prevent rotation!
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I'm currently using this isolator on a Roland VT-3 (vocal processor) that previously had terrible usb noise in the output signal. After plugging it into this device, the audio is completely clean! If you are having problems with USB midi instruments and noise, then this is the device for you! This was running on a raspberry pi (linux) and through a powered usb hub. I'm probably gonna get another one so that i can run more of my gear on usb instead of midi din.
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I acquired a Roland TR-09 earlier this year and was disappointed when I realized that I couldn't rely on recording from the unit, due to a whiny/buzzing sound coming from the main output. A USB Isolator is what was needed. The problem now was the TR-09 needing min. of 400mA to power up. All USB isolators on the market were only capable of providing 2-300mA of power, which wasn't enough. I then came across Hifime and their USB High Speed Isolator. Nick was very good and patient in replying to all my emails with questions on the unit and kept me up to date on the status of its release, since I had pre-ordered one. The unit arrived yesterday and IT WORKS! The whining buzz of the outputs of my TR-09 are gone and it hasn't affected operation of the unit either. It powers up and responds to midi CC messages over the USB, as if the isolator wasn't even there. If you have a bus powered audio device that is causing you grief due to ground loops, then this is the device for you.