This tutorial is to guide you on how to set the “Default Sound Device” for CalDigit Docking Stations or the built-in speaker in Windows platform.
Thunderbolt™ 3 is the USB-C that does it all innovated by Intel. At 40 Gb/s it’s the fastest port available on a computer today. Thunderbolt™ 3 brings lightning speed and performance to USB-C, creating one thin, reversible compact port that delivers the fastest*, most versatile connection to any dock, display or data device.
CalDigit TS3 device’s are compatible with the Apple Cinema Display through the use of an adapter cable.
CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 3 (TS3) and TS3 Plus are capable of charging Mac and Windows laptop up to 85W.
Bandwidth allocation breakdown and diagram for the interfaces on the TS3 Plus.
The two USB-C ports on the TS3 Plus are for data only. If you need to connect a USB-C or Thunderbolt monitor, you can connect it to the spare Thunderbolt 3 Type-C port on TS3 Plus.
TS3 Plus can support various types of memory cards, such as Secure Digital™ (SD), SDHC , miniSD and microSD (T-Flash), MultiMediaCard TM (MMC), RS-MMC , MMCmicro and MMCmobile. It also supports high density memory cards (Capacity up to 2TB), such as SDXC, ultra high speed memory cards, SD3.0 UHS-I and SD4.0 UHS-II card. When using […]
The TS3 Plus requires a surround sound receiver/ decoder in order for surround sound to function.
From time to time, CalDigit improves Thunderbolt RAID Windows driver and encourages end customers to upgrade it. However, some certain steps are required in order to update the existing drivers.
If your CalDigit T4 or T3R does not appear on your desktop in MacOS 10.13 or 10.14, it is possible that the CalDigit Drive Utility has not been installed.