I have a VoiceLive 2 that I use in conjunction with my T1. For both devices, I've realized that you can send and receive signal via usb. I'm wondering if I can run a single usb cable between the two boxes and get a round trip connection? It might make sense from a reduce the number of cables you need perspective....
The T1® USB connection is designed specifically for connecting to a computer functioning in the role of USB Master.
A similar question came up regarding connecting the T1® directly to a Roland VG99 (another device that was designed to use a USB connection to a computer).
Here is a reply that explained things from troberts.
Originally posted by troberts:
Originally posted by Gatormike: ...It appears that there is no way to get the digital out of the VG-99 into the T1 or L1, is that right?
Hi Mike - I work with USB on occasion at the circuit & software levels for my day job. USB is structured to have a controller (called a Master, Type A connector, usually a computer) and a multitude of controllees (called slaves, Type-B or Mini-B connector, i.e. VG-99, Bose T-1, Zoom H4, etc). The controllees cannot communicate with each other. Since both the VG-99 and T-1 are in that category they will not communicate unless one or the other makes a major hardware/software change and adds the capability to become a master.