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M-Audio Transit Question

I've owned a M-Audio Transit for a couple of months now. It does everything I've every wanted in a sound card, but one thing:

My issue with it is that with Adobe Audition I cannot get full duplex support. I can get full duplex support for programs that use ASIO, but not Audition. I can also get full duplex support using Audacity and it's "software playthrough" feature. This program does not use ASIO, so I know it's not a ASIO problem that limits me to not achieving full duplex support with Adobe Audition. Does anyone here have experience with Adobe Audition and/or the M-Audio Transit that can offer any suggestions, or am I up a creek (mainly because I want to use Audition to record with full duplex support)? Also, if full duplex support cannot be achieved with a Transit, what recording sound cards allow for full duplex support with Adobe Audition? I want a M-Audio Delta 44, but I'm reserved to purchase it based upon the fact that I cannot get full duplex support with the Transit. Any help is appreciated.


 

M-Audio Transit Question

Reply #2
Upon reviewing that thread, it does absolutely nothing to help my problem. I don't want to use the digital I/O of the Transit. Just analogue.

 
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