I have seen the thread where a minimum latency of around ~5ms was achieved by getting the Duo X buffer size down to 64 samples. Do we have an idea as to how much bigger the latency (even at 128 samples) on the Dwarf is likely to be? Still under 7ms? or more like under 10ms? I sometimes play very technical music at high BPMs on guitar and yeah… I need to know this I guess
Is there a ballpark idea on how much less powerful the CPU on the Dwarf will be compared to the Duo X? I was surprised to see my Duo X loads some of the stock/suggested/preset pedalboards immediately maxing out the CPU to 100% so would like to know if those same presets become too much then on Dwarf
Any gotchas & limitations anticipated with the USB audio interface functionality of the Dwarf? (or indeed with the Duo X if the USB audio interface feature makes it to that). Stuff like “you can’t actually use XYZ while using the device as interface”, or performance of CPU affected by X% while using as audio interface. Also if latency will be similar performance, unaffected or much worse than using the unit in standalone mode
Anything else I’m not even thinking of just let me know, too, if you know of differences between the two.
I’m not fussed about the knobs and buttons difference, that being the most obvious one.
Thanks a mill