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Profire 610 goes flakey sound, robitic and grainy sounding

I'm trying to use it with a PCi-E firewire card, I've gone through one Via and two TI chipsets and they all breakdown into a stretchy, robo, flakey, grainy sounding mess after a few moments of playing music, each chipset slightly different times, one worked longer before it broke down. What can I do to fix this? It doesn't seem to have this problem on my computer with a PCI firewire card, but it may be the computer that works better. Using Windows 7 64.
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  • Corey S (Official Rep) April 07, 2016 15:19
    Hi,

    Thanks for posting!

    Please make sure that you have installed the latest drivers for that OS:

    Profire 610 - Windows 7 Driver

    You may want to check for any drivers for the PCI-e card, too.

    Next, check your buffer size. This is pretty obvious and you may have checked it already, but just in case, you can change the buffer size from the control panel in the settings tab. You'll want to try turning it up higher in this case.While you're there, make sure that the sync source is set to "Internal." I'm not sure what sample rate you're using this may be worth verifying too.

    If you're still having trouble after this, is this the first time you are trying this setup with this computer? What software are you using?

    Let me know how this goes!
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