You have been a great help, thank you. All of the settings that you mention are as stated. Some time ago, fearing a sync lost while using the VS 2480, I changed the “Error Level” for sync to zero. The zero setting has worked well for other DAW however, it did not respond well to the sync produced by Cubase.
I changed the Error Level to two and now the VS 2480 responds properly to the looping of Cubase as the Master device. Over time, I have found that the generated sync from a DAW (PC/Mac based) is more accurate then that generated by the VS 2480. Realizing that there will always be some converter latency of any signal from the 2480, I can go on to make some music with both the DAW and the 2480 without concern for a lost of sync between the devices. Upon exporting the tracks from the 2480 and importing them into the DAW, tracks align very, very sample accurately close.
Again, thanks for taking the time to respond to my post. It may have given me much more frustration had I not systematically check each potential area for an improper setting. And, while checking, I saw the “Error Level” setting and made an adjustment that solved the problem. Thanks, CS.