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  • GriftGFX @FireWire: * you* still haven't played it FireWire, perhaps it's not complete garbage.

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  • A DV cable is normally known by the name FireWire but is also known as iLink or IEEE 1394.

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  • It’s another name for FireWire and is used mostly with digital camcorders.

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  • It wasn't the first digital music player but was easily the best in class due to a clever choice of the hard drive – a first from Toshiba, for which Apple secured an exclusive contract and the fact that it had previously developed a superfast connection system for video, called FireWire, which it adapted to transfer songs.

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  • New from the company is also the FA-66, namely a FireWire 400/800 interface that supports six input/six output operation over 24-bit, 96kHz quality, or four input/four output architecture to boost the quality to that sweet 192kHz.

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  • The first wave of products will be Certified Wireless USB focused, which means that you won't see a lot of video (which will overlay IEEE 1394 aka FireWire over UWB) nor IP networking.

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  • Also known as FireWire, a DV cable is an IEEE 1394 cable or iLink.

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  • Also known as FireWire, a DV cable is anIEEE 1394 cable or iLink.

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  • Also known as FireWire, a DV cable is an IEEE 1 (Read more ...)

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  • You won't find FireWire, which is found on less and less laptops these days, nor will you find a ExpressCard slot.

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