Keith Brown;158506 wrote:
When I first started using my X32 I experienced something similar. The problem was that I was using a usb cable that was way too long. Now I use the shortest one I can find and all is well.
Richard YClark;158522 wrote:
Is that a proper active USB extension? Otherwise there is bound to be trouble if it just a passive extension lead.
Richard YClark;158556 wrote:
No. Why would it? It is only boosting the levels (and possibly adding EQ) to make sure that adequate signal appears at the other end of a long cable. There is no signal conversion, buffering or A/D/A involved to add time delays AFAIAA.
Robert Lofgren;158559 wrote:
Active usb extenders are actually a single port usb hub on a cable, so any micro delay you’d get from a normal usb hub would be the same using an active usb cable. Some usb hubs are better than others