Qu-Drive Compatible USB Device Database

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  • #72668
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    I haven’t read the entire thread on this issue so if I missed this, my bad. Is it possible to get this list of acceptable devices as a spreadsheet file rather than PDF so it can be sorted by manufacturer or any other parameter.

    Thanks, Phil

    #72675
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    in the very first post is a link

    #72679
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    All I am seeing is a PDF of a spreadsheet file.

    Phil

    #72682

    From one of first posts:

    https://goo.gl/P7Hzq1

    #72684
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    That is still not a spreadsheet file, only an HTML. Not a problem any longer I just printed it out, grabbed a magnifier and perused the listing.

    Thanks, Phil

    #72698
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    on my computer all these files are spreadsheets in Google Doc, to convert these to .xls is easy

    #72781
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    Thanks, I was not familiar with google doc before.

    Phil

    #72845
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    Powderfingers
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    I can confirm that the 250gb Samsung T5 SSD has worked perfectly with over many hours of multitrack (16 tracks) recording.

    #72855
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    Your Samsung T5 Ssd work in live recording under high sound levels?
    Because some mates says that floor noise interrupt the signal!!!

    #72863
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    Einstein,

    Yes, I’ve used about 8 times times to record my band’s live and very loud rehearsals. I have had zero problems multitrack recording with the T5 SSD. While there is a lot of vibration and sound pressure and the mixer is right next to loud amps, it may help that I have the QU-16 rackmounted and the T5 in its padded case while recording. It it was all just sitting on a lightweight table, it most likely would be vibrating a lot.

    #73129
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    Hi everyone.
    I have just bought a Sandisk Cruzer Force 32GB as recommended. It reads it but asks to Format it. It Sticks on Formatting at 0%.

    I’ve spent about £60 on USB drives now and they all do the same thing. Please help

    #73131
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    Who recommends you the Sandisk Cruzer Force? The correct USD drive is the Sandisk Extreme USB 3.0 SDCZ80 series ( at least the older version ), I have 4 of them and they work flawless.

    #73132
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    It’s on the Qu-Drive Compatibility Chart. Number 176

    #73143
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    Dylan, format it on your computer first. Then format it on your console. That might fix your issue.

    #73323

    The Sandisk Extreme USB 3.0 SDCZ80 series I bought recently was DOA. I formatted it in my QuPac, tried a multi-track recording, had had over a 1000 errors (2 hour graduation). No matter what I did, I couldn’t access files the files or reformat the drive over multiple computers. I returned the drive to SanDisk and they replaced for free (online form to get the ball rolling).

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