post #286 of 511
6/16/08 at 12:50pm
|I see that the current rate is listed as 48 kHz -- try setting the drivers to 44.1 kHz instead of Auto. You might also try setting Foobar's output to 24-bit instead of 32-bit, but this shouldn't be a problem.|
I tried both suggestions but it still won't work. I still get the same error message.
Originally Posted by FallenAngel
If your data (load) is only 16 bits, why do you want to use a train with 24 cars? It makes no sense.
Well, is your content 24bit? Does your DAC allow for 24bit / 96kHz input?
It seems that a lot of people really don't understand what the bit-depth resolution is.
Think of a train. The train has cars. The cars can carry a load.
Now the train is the digital stream. The number of cars is the bit-depth resolution (16 bits, 24 bits or 32 bits per train). If your data (load) is only 16 bits, why do you want to use a train with 24 cars? It makes no sense.