Music recording device needs USB card

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rliving

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I own a stand-alone hard-disk music recording studio made by Zoom. I know it contains a FAT32 hardisk. As a peripheral, you can buy a USB board that enables USB capability to a PC...but it is expensive. I was wondering if I could save a few bucks and buy a generic FAT32 USB board that would actually work and be a little cheaper. Anyone know?
 

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Whats a FAT32 USB board? If you mean a PCI USB card then maybe or maybe not.

If you want it work properly then buy the correct hardware. Its possible thast nothing else will work. Custom hardware generally requires custom hardware.

PS. I hope you realise that you didn't even mention a model number of this Zoom unit.
 

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If this board installs in the Zoom unit, it would obviously depend on the requirements of that unit. USB boards for standard PC's are dirt cheap.
 
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