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Delta 44 and 66 clock sync

I have these two in my computer, and they work good separately on winows xp. Now i need to use them together, and apparently there was instruction on m-audio web site, but i can't seem to find it now. Anybody has this instruction or some link or anything. It is explaining how to sync and use 44 with other delta cards in win xp and win 2000 because 44 does not have SPDIF. HELP!!!
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  • Eliza (Official Rep) October 21, 2019 14:15
    Hey bojadin.

    Thanks for posting!

    Sorry to hear that you are having trouble with that! This is a legacy product so support is limited. I wasn't able to locate the guide you were referring to. However, PC's are not capable of accessing two soundcards simultaneously. If you were using a Mac you could potentially create an aggregate device in the Audio MIDI Setup to sum the I/O.

    You may be able to install a third party driver that would allow you to this. I recommend referring to this guide for more information:

    Aggregate Audio Devices and Drivers for PC and Mac

    Hope this helps!
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  • I will try that thank you, but there is option for what i mentioned. here is something from the detla 1010 manual

    Delta 1010 User Guide | 21
    • Multiple Card Sync: If you are using multiple Delta cards in one system,
    this option allows you to synchronize all cards to the same master clock
    through the computer’s PCI buss
    NOTE: The “Multiple Card Sync” setting is only recommended if
    you are using a Delta card that does not have S/PDIF or Word Clock
    connections. For example, since Delta 44 does not have S/PDIF I/O, if
    you would like to synchronize your Delta 1010 with a Delta 44 installed
    in the same computer, you should use “Multiple Card Sync.” However,
    if you have multiple Delta cards with S/PDIF or Word Clock connectors
    (such as two Delta 1010s), we recommend synchronizing clocks through
    the S/PDIF or Word Clock connections as this method provides more
    robust synchronization. See Appendix A: Clocking of this guide to learn
    more about clocking and synchronization. To learn more about multi-card
    operation, see the Digital Synchronization and Multi-Device Setup Guide
    found on www.m-audio.com.
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