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Knowledge Base / FAQ

Date: 2012-04-21   |   ID: KB00027EN   |   short link:

Where can I find the Mac OS X driver for my FireWire interface?

Our FireWire audio interfaces DuaFire, QuataFire 610 and QuataFire XL do not require any special driver for Mac OS X.

The devices are so-called "Class Compliant" interfaces which means that they work with the native FireWire CoreAudio driver that is included in the operating system. Depending on your usage, you might want to install our Control Panel for each product, however for normal recording and playback operation this is not needed. You simply need to connect the interface to your Mac and it will automatically be ready to use. Via the Audio MIDI Setup utility (which you can find in Finder under Applications > Utilities), you can configure the device further.

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