[LAU] edirol fa101 on differant rate that 48k ?
thomas at vector.dk
Wed Nov 17 18:35:15 UTC 2010
I have a fa-101. To change the samplerate you have to turn the knob choosing
samplerate, then turn off the card on the back side wait a little while and
turn it on again. Then change the samplerate in settings in jack and then
Hope it helps..
I record in 88.2Khz on Ubuntu 10.04 via Jack, works very well
2010/11/16 Lorenzo Sutton <lsutton at libero.it>
> - stopping jack
> - unplug the card
> - change the sample rate knob
> - replug the card
> - change the sample rate in jack settings (or in jackd command line)
> - start jack
> Does it work?
> Dragan Noveski wrote:
>> hallo list,
>> i borrowed yesterday an edirol fa-101 in order to try if it will work on
>> my sidux/aptosid mix.
>> after some tweaking around and reading errors in qjack's messages window i
>> get it to work really nicely in 48kHz mode. with all other sample rates
>> which the card seems to be providing ( and is providing on my friends
>> mac...) i could not get it to run.
>> on a ffado page the card is listed as 'full supported', so i understood
>> that also different SR should work. i also realized that turning the SR knob
>> on the card does not changes nothing and that the SR is given in jackd's
>> command line.
>> could someone who is using this card please make some comments on this?
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