[LAU] RME HDSP 9632 - playing @ 192kHz sample rate ?
markknecht at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 09:46:19 EST 2009
Maybe I'm missing the point here but doesn't the '96' in 9632 imply
the card only supports up to 96KHz?
I've never tried running my HDSP faster than 96K.
On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 4:42 AM, Daniel Elsner
<elsner at physik.uni-bonn.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
> my aim is to play files (wav/flac) with 192kHz resolution (analog
> The HDSP 9632 works fine under windows with all sample rates, but I
> have trouble to get the beast
> fully running under linux (Suse11.1 - kernel 2.6.27).
> I compiled latest alsa drivers (1.0.19) and all the hdsp tools
> hdspconfig & hdspmixer) are working (I tried firmware 153 and 154,
> both are working).
> Up to 96kHz everything (various audio player/streamer xine, mplayer,
> xmms, baudline...) works nicely.
> If I set the sample clock to more than 128kHz no output is available,
> precisely" all tools could not connect to the audio device.
> I get different error messages, e.g. invalid argument: SNDCTL_DSP
> _SETFMT, _SPEED.
> If I set the clock back to 96kHz everything works again.
> Someone out there, who solved the problem?
> Maybe I missed just a minor detail.
> BTW: The files I used for testing are available here:
> I used the 24bit/96kHz and 24bit/192kHz files (decode flac 2 wav).
> Many Thanks!
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