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  1. #1

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    Jul 07, 2009
    TI firewire chipset in 13" MBP
    Hello, I am considering a new 13" macbook pro for mobile recording. I use a MOTU firewire interface and would like to confirm whether or not the new 13" macbook pros are using a TI firewire chipset.


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    Jan 02, 2009
    I'm in the same boat. I have the NVidia chipset 13". Did you find any answers as to the exact hardware ID?

    I also need to get the proper diver for Bootcamp and the XP OS as Firewire isn't working there.

    Good machine otherwise.

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    Jul 07, 2009
    No, I have not received a definite answer as to the firewire chipset that is being used. Isn't there a way to check the firewire chipset in system info or something? I am unfamiliar with OSX but it seems as if it is possible somehow.

    What DAW are you running? I have been using Cubase 5 Studio on my PC setup and it has been wonderful, however I have read that to this point, many have had latency issues with Cubase 5 on OSX. If this is the case, I may simply run Cubase in Windows through Boot Camp.

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