Your USB device is plugged into the USB MIDI Host instead of into a computer. It provides MIDI input & output sockets for USB MIDI keyboards and controllers which have only a USB B type socket. For example, used with a USB-Solo, it allows the USB-Solo to be used in a standard MIDI setup, just like a Pro-Solo. It has a USB Host port (USB A type socket), a MIDI input and a MIDI output (both 5 pin DIN). The MIDI data received at the MIDI input socket will be sent to the USB device. MIDI data received from the USB device will be sent to the MIDI output socket.
Look for a generic driver setting, your device must be class compliant. Some devices (notably Roland devices) have a setting for an advanced driver, if your device has this setting, turn it off. Most Edirol products have this setting on by default and can be made to work by changing it (refer to the manual). And also, you need check for firmware updates. Some Novation controllers/keyboards can have their firmware (software) updated and will work with the new version. This may only apply to the Remote Audio, LE or SL series, and not the 25/37 models.
The MIDI USB HOST is powered by a regulated 5V mains adaptor (supplied) and can supply up to 500mA of buss power to the attached USB device.
Returns and refunds are arranged through our customer services department who can be contacted through the customer services form.
You should not return any items to us without contacting us by email or phone first. Any faulty, incorrect or unwanted items should be returned with an "Authorised Returns Number" - this number will be given to you via email or phone by a customer services representative.