EDIROL FA-101 Driver
EDIROL FA-101 Sub Driver
FA-101_WinXP_v100.zip (838.3 KB)
184.108.40.206 (2004-03-29) via .inf
FA-101 Windows XP Driver Version 1.00
The FA-101 is a feature-packed 10x10 audio interface that can handle a full 10 channels of input/output at 24-bit/96kHz. Record and monitor all 10 channels simultaneously in full duplex. Phenomenal audio power for the studio musician! In addition, the FA-101 offers 6-channel recording and playback at 24-bit/192kHz for performance at DVD-A quality.
10x10 24-bit/96kHz audio performance
6x6 24-bit/192kHz audio performance
Low-latency driver support
Native Support in Mac OS X (10.3.4 or later)
2x phantom-powered mic preamps
8x8 balanced analog I/O
S/PDIF optical I/O
FireWire Audio Interface
Alagappan (DG Staff Member) on 24-May-2006
|Compatible Hardware Ids||No Compatible Hardware Ids found.|
The following files are found inside the driver download file.
|RRAS0001.DLL||106.5 KB||26 Mar 2004|
|RRAU0001.INF||4.9 KB||29 Mar 2004|
|RRAU0001.SYS||24.6 KB||26 Mar 2004|
|RRAX0001.DLL||77.8 KB||26 Mar 2004|
|RRIF0001.INF||6.1 KB||29 Mar 2004|
|RRSU0001.INF||1.6 KB||29 Mar 2004|
|RRWD0001.SYS||71.9 KB||26 Mar 2004|
|custom.cfg||370 bytes||29 Mar 2004|
|rrcp0001.cpl||49.2 KB||19 Mar 2004|
|rrdp0001.exe||151.6 KB||29 Mar 2004|
|setup.exe||642.5 KB||25 Mar 2004|
|setup.ini||377 bytes||29 Mar 2004|
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