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What does the H8000FW have that the H3000 D SE doesn't? Am very interested in knowing. Thanks!
Thousands of different things, literally:
-analog AND digital I/O
-8 channels I/O
-24 bit/up to 96KHz sampling
-3 minutes sampler at 48KHz
-unlimited presets storage on cards
-DSP power about several dozens times bigger than the 3000
-thousands of different algorithms
-much larger number of instances/voicesof the same effect (how about 16 voices pitch shifter vs. 2?)
-open platform = you can mod/create algorithms from scratch
Thanks for the response! So those differences are all for the 3000 right? What about differences between the 7600 and the 8000? I've read the comparison page. What else are the differences? Thanks!
Think of the 7600 as H8000 DSP A.
Single dsp unit, so it runs one preset instead of two.
Stereo in/out vs stereo, multiple stereo/mono I/O, quad, 5.1 and octal.
Cannot run HUGE presets like the ones the H8000 runs in monolithic mode ( the 2 dsps are summed in a big machine)
Consequently the presets are all stereo ones, missing quad, 5.1 surrond and mutiple channels.
Also, no firewire, no ADAT, 8 less AES channels, etc, etc.