as I wrote elsewhere, I want to use the V with professional audio software (DAW).
Of course I own lots of professional interfaces (mostly RME). However it would be nice to have the chance to use the headphone out with a professional driver interface like ASIO.
I’ll try it with my LB when I have it. I’ll use Samplitude Music Studio 17 (not 2017!). Magix provides it’s own ASIO Drivers. I’ll test them and ASIO4ALL. It seems you’re still thinking about whether to buy a V or not?
In any case I am sure there are good external USB Soundcards who are capable to deliver enough performance and quality. And because it’s a V you have enough ports to attach a soundcard
I already ordered a V.
The V will not be my main PC for audio work.
I use Magix as well - Sequoia. I know the Asio driver of them - it is…well…not really usable…
I know “everything” about sound cards - I have some - from 2 track up to 198 tracks…
So I know how to deal with it if I want proper audio. It would be just so nice to get a proper ASIO driver (which can deal with 24/96 material) for the sound card which is in your device. Especially if it has a quite good headphone amp…
Sounds interesting unfortunately I don’t have such an experience. I guess you bought your V during one of the last flash sales? We definitely could keep in contact and try out different things And yes, the Magix Asio drivers are bulls***
I also hope the headphone amp will be great for high quality audio… we’ll see
I have no use for this, i probably won’t ever have use for this.
Yet I’m kinda curious about your findings. I used to be a radio host so I have a bit of knowledge about audio. But it’s limited to say it gracefully.
I will use it a lot.
I am travelling a lot and have to edit my work. Of course for the critical things I WILL USE a real sound card with studio monitors etc. But for putting stuff together the headphone out (if done right) will be enough.