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post #31 of 325

I can't seem to get VIA ASIO to work... it throws a error message when i try to add VIO virtual drivers in foobar: 

 

"An error occured while querying "VIA DirectKS ASIO" driver. Please stop ASIO playback and shut down any other software using ASIO.

Additional info: Initializing ASIO driver failed"
 
Anyways i manage to get ASIO4ALL to work.. 32 bits both channel 44.1-192kHZ, hardware buffer = 3ms, ASIO Buffer size = 96 samples. Latency Compensation 32 samples in and out.
 
It sounds much better compared to stock settings. Maybe its utilizing nfb3's hardware? i dont know. What do you guys think? any settings i can still do or should i try switching VIA ASIO instead? Thanks guys..
 
 
My gear = MSI GX660 laptop Win7 64bit > USB 2.0 > NFB 3.32 (TXCO clock) > amp and stuff

Edited by jkwanness - 4/3/13 at 1:25am
post #32 of 325

Stupid thing, but did you update your foobar ASIO plugin?

post #33 of 325
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Originally Posted by Telstar View Post

Stupid thing, but did you update your foobar ASIO plugin?

 

I just copied the .dll files from the audio-gd zip as told.. 

post #34 of 325
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Originally Posted by jkwanness View Post

 

I just copied the .dll files from the audio-gd zip as told.. 

uh? I mean foobar asio plugin. Did audio-gd supplied their own?

post #35 of 325

Yea they do instal the drivers, in a folder. I didn't notice them my self, til looked on the page and saw where the files was located in the driver folder.

post #36 of 325
A USB32 driver v1.3 can be found in the front page of audio-gd.com
post #37 of 325
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Originally Posted by hfsub View Post

A USB32 driver v1.3 can be found in the front page of audio-gd.com

 

 

For DI only? Do you know of any improvements? IMHO i'll only update if there are sonic improvements. If it's not broken don't fix it lol.. ASIO and my the usb32 pretty fragile lol...

post #38 of 325

It not just for DI only, The drivers works on all audio-GD devices that uses the USB-32, meaning NFB15.32 etc etc etc. because I using it now on my NFB 15.32

post #39 of 325

Ahh alright thanks.. I think I'll try it soon :) 

post #40 of 325

After try the latest Audio-gd USB32 v1.3 driver, these are the issues:

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Originally Posted by rdsu View Post

About Windows 8 64bits, USB 3.0(Renesas/NEC - µPD72020) and driver issues:

 

  • USB3.0: I have to also restart DI when restart Windows. This didn't happen with USB2.0.
  • ASIO worked fine first time, but then I can't get any should while track is running... (Partial Fixed: Only works for 32bit applications. 64bit applications doesn't appear!)
  • JPLAY 5.1: KS with Buffers (128 Samples@44.1kHz, 256 Samples@96kHz, 512 Samples@192kHz), and WASAPI with Buffers (DirectLink@44.1kHz, DirectLink@96kHz, 4 Samples@192kHz) (NOTE: WASAPI DirectLink starts at 128 Samples)

 

The DI driver should be improved to work with Windows 8 64bits, and to handle less samples with KS in JPLAY (1 Sample = DirectLink).

The best setting should be 1 Sample / 44100 Hz = 0.00002ms.

 

At registry, I don't see the "VIA ASIO Driver" entry for 64bits [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ASIO], but it's on 32bits [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\ASIO]


Edited by rdsu - 5/3/13 at 3:41am
post #41 of 325
Came board USB-32 for my Audio gd 17.2 17.32 as it is now. Torment with the installation, but now there was another problem. I downloaded the driver but after installing AudiogdUSB32v2.0forwin showed 1.0 and I thought the problem with the firmware. After flashing the USB32firmware tool and VT1731.BIN device stopped working, but all the same it was possible to reflash. Kingva said that you had to read the manual carefully and choose among Firmware *. Dfu
After flashing the Firmware 7.dfu to normal DAC has not passed, and after all USB Firmware 4.dfu was as an unknown device. Now you need to buy firmware
post #42 of 325

Hi guys,

 

A new firmware is now announced on Audio-gd. It is named firmware #9 and solves the Linux (including Squeezebox Touch) 88.2 kHz sample-rate problem.

 

I have tested the new firmware and can confirm it is working stable with SBT using Triode's EDO in asynchronous mode. The firmware works fine with 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz-material in wav , m4a and flac (tested formats) Maybe more.

 

This is good news for all SBT-users using USB32 (VIA VT1731 receiver chip) 

 

 

Happy listening ; )

/Jan

post #43 of 325

Does firmware #9 work on NFB-11.32?  If so, where can I download it?

post #44 of 325

Hi kwatch,

 

It should work if You have the USB32 in it. Earlier version of NFB-11 was equipped with the Tenor 7022L for USB-input.

 

I know that Kingwa, right now is working to put up the link for download on their webpage. Check there during the day.

 

/Jan

post #45 of 325

Hi guys,

 

Just can't find the new Firmware #8 on the audio-gd site to try it with my NFB-11.32.

Could you please give me a link to download it?

 

Thank you!

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