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post #3736 of 4063
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Originally Posted by kr0gg View Post

you know that ASIO doesn't work in your case too, but you write that it does.

seems kinda strange to me

 

No, I don't know any alternative to the VIA ASIO emulator. This is what I wrote.

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post #3737 of 4063
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Originally Posted by Clemmaster View Post

 

ASIO worked flawlessly

 

sure thing.

post #3738 of 4063
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Originally Posted by Clemmaster View Post

 

No, I don't know any alternative to the VIA ASIO emulator. This is what I wrote.

You don't have any advantage of using ASIO emulator instead of Kernel Streaming...

 

Of course, we can use KS or WASAPI Event Style, but we can't get the ASIO recommended by Audio-gd...

 

You also have issues with Windows 8, then you can also report that to Kingwa... ;)

 

Let's help to solve this issue...


Edited by rdsu - 4/17/13 at 5:51am
post #3739 of 4063
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Originally Posted by clsidxxl View Post

Angel 72 ,you need to find a 'stored ' of your driver in this directory ( C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository) and delete it

awful

now I cannot do anything, not installing new drivers nor uninstalling old ones

help needed plsconfused.gif

post #3740 of 4063
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Originally Posted by kr0gg View Post

 

sure thing.

 

blink.gif you didn't bother to quote the whole line...

 

ASIO worked flawlessly on JRiver using the VIA "ASIO emulator".

 

Anyway, is there a true ASIO driver for the USB32? If yes, It didn't automatically install with the package.

post #3741 of 4063
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Originally Posted by Clemmaster View Post

 

Anyway, is there a true ASIO driver for the USB32? If yes, It didn't automatically install with the package.

 

Yes you have... http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/USB32/USB32EN.htm

 

That is why I said that you also have issues with ASIO and must report that to Audio-gd, to help solving this issue... ;)

post #3742 of 4063
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Originally Posted by Clemmaster View Post

 

blink.gif you didn't bother to quote the whole line...

 

ASIO worked flawlessly on JRiver using the VIA "ASIO emulator".

 

Anyway, is there a true ASIO driver for the USB32? If yes, It didn't automatically install with the package.


it's like saying that you had perfect sex with, uhm, your right hand ;)

post #3743 of 4063
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Originally Posted by kr0gg View Post


it's like saying that you had perfect sex with, uhm, your right hand ;)


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post #3744 of 4063
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Originally Posted by kr0gg View Post


it's like saying that you had perfect sex with, uhm, your right hand ;)

 

But I do! biggrin.gif

 

Anyway I see the "Audio-GD USB Audio Device ASIO" in the driver list on the webpage: is that what you're referring to?

The guide mostly mention the VIA DirectKS ASIO and ASIO4ALL which both are ASIO wrappers.

 

I never saw any Audio-GD ASIO driver, even on my win7 laptop, so...

 

I didn't quite follow that driver thing anyway: were the A-GD ASIO drivers added at some point in the USB32 drivers or were they here from the very beginning?

post #3745 of 4063
I didn't install the asio4all wrapper and the Asio driver are working fine with JRiver (win8 server)
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How is the V3 working in the Mac world? All this driver and asynchronous vs adaptive USB firmware # stuff is a concern for a plug and play type user????

Any Mac users out there with good feedback??
Thanks
post #3747 of 4063
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Originally Posted by SwanSong View Post

How is the V3 working in the Mac world? All this driver and asynchronous vs adaptive USB firmware # stuff is a concern for a plug and play type user????

Any Mac users out there with good feedback??
Thanks

 

I've used my Reference 10 without issue with pure music on my macbook pro. It has the V3 built into it. 

 

On a side note, I would recommend switching to different power cords besides the pangea AC9's. I had one on my old Audio-gd fun and Reference 10 before deciding to try a little bit nice cable. I've come to the conclusion the AC9 is bass heavy and hardens the treble, making it more fatiguing than it should be. If you don't have that problem with you rig then nevermind. But consider it if you would.

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Perfectly - about the only time I have been relieved my workplace is all mac. 

 

Edit - Sorry a bit hasty. I couldnt get up-sampling to work on the trial of Audirvana I was using. Not overly fussed about that however. Everything else has been a seamless plug and play situation thankfully.


Edited by JuicyBruce - 4/17/13 at 5:34pm
post #3749 of 4063

Fine here too with both my MacBook Pro and Air.

post #3750 of 4063
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Originally Posted by scorpionro View Post

There seem to be good news for VIA VT1371 & SBT, as on the home page of Audio-GD, they posted a link to a new kernel:

"An user experience for improve USB32 performance with SBT

The patch for the kernel is available here -   http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.linux.alsa.devel/106773
The changes are already included in the kernel 3.9 rc6"

Anywone with a SBT & an USB32 device willing to give it a try ?

 

Anybody has tried this patch? It seems not a usual user knows how to do with it.

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