ActiveTwo MK2HS 'High-Speed' firmware increases sample rate on 128 and 256
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ActiveTwo MK2HS 'High-Speed' firmware increases sample rate on 128 and 256. MK2 AD-boxes (serial numbers ADC16 and higher), USB receivers and ActiView can be upgraded at no cost to feature 4 extra 'High-Speed' Speedmodes:
– Speedmode 10: 256+8 channels @ 4 kHz
– Speedmode 11: 128+8 channels @ 8 kHz
– Speedmode 12: 256+8 channels @ 8 kHz
– Speedmode 13: 128+8 channels @ 16 kHz
The 'MK2HS' firmware involves upgrading the firmware inside the AD-box, firmware inside the USB receiver and using ActiView706 or higher. After this upgrade, when selecting Speedmodes 0,1,2,3 on the AD-box, then Actiview will display Speedmodes 10,11,12,13. With the 'Normal' firmware, Speedmode positions 0,1,2,3 are used for Daisy chaning. (Displayed in Actiview as 0,1,2,3)
With the 'High-Speed' firmware, Speedmode positions 0,1,2,3 are used for the above High-Speed Speedmodes. (Displayed in Actiview as 10,11,12,13)
With the MK2HS 'High-Speed' firmware:
– Daisy-chaining is not possible. (because the MK2HS firmware replaces the Daisy-chain Speedmodes 0,1,2,3 with the 'High-Speed' Speedmodes 10,11,12,13, Daisy chaining is not possible anymore when your AD-box and USB receiver have been programmed with the 'High-Speed' firmware)
– No AIB can be connected.
– Not compatible with other firmware (MK1 or MK2)
– Your USB adapter MUST be able to operate in USB 2.0 High-Speed mode. We have found that the Intel W480 chipset used in many small form factor computers CANNOT operate in USB 2.0 High-Speed mode. We have not seen this problem with laptop / notebook computers, however. If you choose a desktop computer, we recommend always selecting a model that has at least one PCIe expansion slot so that you can install a USB expansion card in case the on-board USB chipset is not up to the most demanding tasks.
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