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Does any one know if a device like this exists? Or even a cable with firewire on one end and USB on the other?

I'm basically trying to run a firewire audio interface into a computer without firewire.

I'm almost possitive that such a device does not exist, but just wanted a bit of confirmation..

I've been scouring google but can't find any solid info.

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Here's a thread that I started...and learned a lot from. I think that it relates to your situation:

USB to Firewire Adapter

...the short answer to your question seems to be "no"...sorry.

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Haha thanks for the head's up!

I guess I'll just have to trade off for a USB interface instead.. I mean, I got a $250 unit for $60, so I'm sure trading for a USB unit of similar value shouldn't be a problem.

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