M-Audio FireWire 410
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Collection of drivers for the FireWire 410 interface.   Free
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M-Audio FireWire 410 replaces earlier drivers for the M-Audio Firewire 410 Recording Interface.
What's New
Version 1.3.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.4.6 or later
  • M-Audio FireWire 410






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M-Box drivers are Shite commented on 22 Jan 2008
M-Box with brand new Logic Express on brand new Mac Pro quad
Downloaded stand alone Driver and it crashes with crazy white noise every 5 mins (or a random)
Same when I use iTunes but less frequent
when I change to the internal sound card It works fine
No decent support from M-Audio and nothing written about this problem on their website - I've been going round in circles for months with these thieving MOFO's and have had enough.
Does anyone know what's going on?
[Version 1.8.2]


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Darth Brooks reviewed on 05 Apr 2007
Installed the new M-Audio FireWire 410 1.8.2 drivers, updated the system to Mac OS X 10.4.9 PPC, and everything is working as it should on this G5 Dual 2.3.
[Version 1.8.2]


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Nicolas Goles commented on 05 Apr 2007
I tried to use this for quite a while in my G5 dual 1.8 ghz... worked like two times , sold it and bought a MOTU. Everything is fine now.
[Version 1.8.2]


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Darth Brooks commented on 19 Dec 2006
The 1.8.1 drivers are working flawlessly on my G5 Dual 2.3 under MacOS 10.4.8. The reviewer below does not specify whether his Mac is PPC or Intel so I can only assume there are problems with the latter.
[Version 1.8.1]


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WonderSwan commented on 18 Dec 2006
Couldn't agree more - this unit is very poor with the Mac. It worked ok on my PC.

After suffering months of intermittent functionality (crackling/loss of connectivity etc.), I was forced to splash out on an Edirol FA-66: about a million times better. It just works. No drivers needed. NO hassle.

If you have a Mac, avoid the Firewire 410.
[Version 1.8.1]


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XL commented on 13 Sep 2006
yeah its amazing!!! i have a macbook pro 17 and this 410 works 40% of the time...
resets,turns off.. plays back poor.. silly of me to think I could use this on a pro level...


XL
[Version 1.7.2]


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Darth Brooks commented on 11 Sep 2006
M-Audio, it's now nearly three months since Mac OS X 10.4.7 was released -- and no driver updates. I'm beginning to see why some of your customers are angry.
[Version 1.7.2]


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Darth Brooks reviewed on 17 Apr 2006
Frankly, I don't know why all the negative reviews. What's the problem?

I've owned the FireWire 410 for two and a half years and it's been a joy. I've run it in 10.3.9 on a 933 G4 and currently in 10.4.5 on a Dual 2.3 G5. I use MIDI from a keyboard controller, analog IN from a guitar, mostly listen through headphones but occasionally send the signal line OUT to external powered speakers. On one early occasion launching Logic Express 7 resulted in a kernel panic, but then I was using the wrong drivers. The 410 is built rock solid and the feel of the controls is superb. And although it's not my DAW, I'm happy to see that Pro Tools can now be run on M-Audio hardware.
[Version 1.7.1]

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MrGando replied on 01 Jun 2006
You seem to be an exeption to the rule . Frankly.
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Anonymous reviewed on 10 Oct 2005
I bought this from the web believing it would do what I wanted. I am so disappointed with this unreliable and overpriced piece of equipment. It's almost unusable with the current drivers and 10.4.2.

DON'T BUY IT! You'd be better tying two cocoa cans together with a piece of string - and the sound quality would be better. M-Audio, you have screwed up bigtime with this product. I hope you guys are reading this.
[Version 1.5.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 07 Oct 2005
hi all,i have had the 410 since it came out late 2003 about a week after i bought my g4 ibook ,i had lots of core audio problems. so i emailed logic(thats when it was Emagic,any way- they said keep ur file directorys clean n as u know on a mac u go to utilities-then repair file permissions then verify,they also said keep up2date with lates os fixes. it sort of helped but stillcore audio probs,which still ment it crashed when it wanted,days hours of work lost(had2 get the pc out!(PROPER PANTS) then m-audio sent me automated email there i found driver update not updates just1 and it worked 4 a bout 2 years,no core audio probs,it sorted out the 410sleep prob,no pops and clicks when sampling i never looked back.well its been a week since installed tiger and newer m-audio drivers so im now in the same life raft as u guys! i tryed to find that m-audio driver i downloaded,feb-2004,but it seems m-audio dont archive there drivers dam shame. i tell if had i would email u all. so-ps if any 1 has that drv-fix plaese put out on the web! A WORD 2 M-AUDIO,COME BETTER THAN THAT!, COZ AT THE MO I WOULD NOT TOUCH ANY OF UR PRODUCTS,NOT OUT OF SPITE,BUT AVIOD A STESSFULL NIGHTMARE! MOST MUSCIANS JUST WANT2 GET ON WITH THE MUSIC NOT THE TECHNICAL CR-P.peace
[Version 1.5.3]


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Version Downloads:3,909
Type:Drivers : Other
License:Free
Date:05 Apr 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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M-Audio FireWire 410 replaces earlier drivers for the M-Audio Firewire 410 Recording Interface.


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