[LAD] Call for testing: new ALSA driver for Digi 002/003 family

Damien Zammit damien.zammit at gmail.com
Thu Apr 2 00:32:24 UTC 2015

On 02/04/15 11:28, Damien Zammit wrote:
> On 02/04/15 09:41, Takashi Sakamoto wrote:
>> Several issues are still remained:
>>  * When allocates 2 or more channel numbers for the device, after 15 to
>> 20 seconds from playbacking, any PCM samples causes noisy sound. Then,
>> all of LED on the front panel light. The streaming still continues
>> correctly.
> I have not seen this behaviour with your latest driver, Takashi.
> I think you would see this if the midi quadlet is confused with the pcm
> quadlets and you feed audio data into the midi port. (I have seen this
> before)
>>  * The actual effects of external clock source is not clear. When set
>> the clock source is somewhat external, even if stopping the clock
>> source, the device continues to sound PCM samples against my expectation.
> I have successfully tested the device with ADAT and SPDIF sync. When I
> connect external clock source to the SPDIF-in port and send
> 0xffffe0000118 1 the SPDIF led light turns on and the streaming now
> syncs to the new clock.  A flashing Sync led means that the sample rates
> are mismatched and the sync is not working correctly.  But sync works
> well when sample rates are matched.
> I tried 0x011c but I am not convinced that this is related to ADAT at
> all.  I think it is a switch to select the mode of SPDIF between
> consumer and pro SPDIF modes?  I am guessing here but SPDIF sync no
> longer works when I toggle the mode to 1, and it has no effect when I
> attach ADAT cable and sync to ADAT, then toggling the mode does nothing.
> Damien

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