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post #9301 of 14115
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Originally Posted by TrollDragon View Post

I didn't know it installed Asio at all. I did the exe install a while back and all that shows up in Foobar2K is Wasapi.

Interesting...

Using the exe I did get asio in musicbee and foobar (foobar does need an asio component to work). Sure there's no audible difference between the 2 (at least that i can hear), but I'm a little OCD when it comes to getting things to work properly....

post #9302 of 14115
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Originally Posted by Mr Trev View Post

Using the exe I did get asio in musicbee and foobar (foobar does need an asio component to work). Sure there's no audible difference between the 2 (at least that i can hear), but I'm a little OCD when it comes to getting things to work properly....

For the ASIO drivers you'll need to install using the .exe; however, you could also try the following:

Extract the following files to your program files/(new folder, give it a name)/

"Custom.ini"
"Tusbaudioasio.dll"
"Tusbaudioasio_x64.dll"(if you run 64bit windows)


Now run command prompt with admin rights, and type the following:

regsvr32 "c:\program files\(name of folder)\tusbaudioasio.dll"

Press enter, a popup should tell you that installation succeeded.
Do not forget the quotation marks in that command, as windows command prompt doesn't read spaces in filepaths.

If this succeeded, you can repeat it with the x64 file(if you are running a 64bit operating system)

Please let me know if this works, i have no means of testing it, as i don't use ASIO drivers, or own the X3 anymore.

If you want to unregister the .dll's, you run the command as above, but put /u between the program (regsvr32) and the files, as such:

regsvr32 /u "c:\program files\(name of folder)\tusbaudioasio.dll"
Edited by CH23 - 4/19/14 at 11:28pm
post #9303 of 14115
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post


For the ASIO drivers you'll need to install using the .exe; however, you could also try the following:

Extract the following files to your program files/(new folder, give it a name)/

"Custom.ini"
"Tusbaudioasio.dll"
"Tusbaudioasio_x64.dll"(if you run 64bit windows)


Now run command prompt with admin rights, and type the following:

regsvr32 "c:\program files\(name of folder)\tusbaudioasio.dll"

Press enter, a popup should tell you that installation succeeded.
Do not forget the quotation marks in that command, as windows command prompt doesn't read spaces in filepaths.

If this succeeded, you can repeat it with the x64 file(if you are running a 64bit operating system)

Please let me know if this works, i have no means of testing it, as i don't use ASIO drivers, or own the X3 anymore.

If you want to unregister the .dll's, you run the command as above, but put /u between the program (regsvr32) and the files, as such:

regsvr32 /u "c:\program files\(name of folder)\tusbaudioasio.dll"

I just gave it a try. Asio is now available in Foobar (haven't tried Musicbee yet, but I imagine it'll be there too)

So, yup it works. Just way easier to use the exe for future reference - the control panel probably doesn't eat much resources anyways. Doesn't the X5 use the same drivers?

Cheers

post #9304 of 14115
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Originally Posted by Mr Trev View Post

I just gave it a try. Asio is now available in Foobar (haven't tried Musicbee yet, but I imagine it'll be there too)
So, yup it works. Just way easier to use the exe for future reference - the control panel probably doesn't eat much resources anyways. Doesn't the X5 use the same drivers?
Cheers

It's another process in my tasklist (and unnessecary at that)
I'll try and write a script that'll install it all automatically.

Not sure if the drivers of the X5 are the same, and i'm not at my PC right now.
post #9305 of 14115

I have a quick question when using the X3 in the car.  My car has a USB input & I plugged in the unit in today for the first time using the USB cable.  When I accessed the unit using the touchscreen the albums & tracks on the internal memory showed up & played with no problem.  The car screen did not show albums or tracks on my microSD card which was in the X3.  Is there a setting on the player which would allow the car system to recognize the microSD contents & not just the internal memory?  Thanks very much.

post #9306 of 14115
Most car decks can not deal with a USB device that has multiple drives. There are no settings to show only one or the other drive, so your best bet is to use a uSD card reader on your deck and just plug in your card.

If my deck had USB, I'd just get a portable hard drive and take all my music with me... biggrin.gif
post #9307 of 14115
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Originally Posted by tdweis View Post

I have a quick question when using the X3 in the car.  My car has a USB input & I plugged in the unit in today for the first time using the USB cable.  When I accessed the unit using the touchscreen the albums & tracks on the internal memory showed up & played with no problem.  The car screen did not show albums or tracks on my microSD card which was in the X3.  Is there a setting on the player which would allow the car system to recognize the microSD contents & not just the internal memory?  Thanks very much.

I've noticed the same in my car (BMW), a couple of times I've managed too access the SD card ( and only that) but the other times it shjowsnjust the internal memory.

I've put all my playlists on the internal memory so at least I can listened to them in the car.
post #9308 of 14115

I have decided I am not as patient as I thought I was...I really want that update :wink_face:

post #9309 of 14115
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Originally Posted by subguy812 View Post
 

I have decided I am not as patient as I thought I was...I really want that update :wink_face:

+1 :D

post #9310 of 14115
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post

For the ASIO drivers you'll need to install using the .exe; however, you could also try the following:

Extract the following files to your program files/(new folder, give it a name)/

"Custom.ini"
"Tusbaudioasio.dll"
"Tusbaudioasio_x64.dll"(if you run 64bit windows)


Now run command prompt with admin rights, and type the following:

regsvr32 "c:\program files\(name of folder)\tusbaudioasio.dll"

Press enter, a popup should tell you that installation succeeded.
Do not forget the quotation marks in that command, as windows command prompt doesn't read spaces in filepaths.

If this succeeded, you can repeat it with the x64 file(if you are running a 64bit operating system)

Please let me know if this works, i have no means of testing it, as i don't use ASIO drivers, or own the X3 anymore.

If you want to unregister the .dll's, you run the command as above, but put /u between the program (regsvr32) and the files, as such:

regsvr32 /u "c:\program files\(name of folder)\tusbaudioasio.dll"

I did what is told, ASIO now works but then when I go to the Asio settings on Foobar and clicked on the TUSBAudio option there the TUSBAudio control panel popped up. Is this supposed to happen?

The control panel came up from the USB driver directory from my downloads folder.
post #9311 of 14115
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Originally Posted by Lespectraal View Post

I did what is told, ASIO now works but then when I go to the Asio settings on Foobar and clicked on the TUSBAudio option there the TUSBAudio control panel popped up. Is this supposed to happen?

The control panel came up from the USB driver directory from my downloads folder.

Could you take a screenshot?
post #9312 of 14115

OK - thanks very much for the responses regarding the car use of the X3.  Looks like a dedicated memory stick would be better.

post #9313 of 14115
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post


Could you take a screenshot?



Here you go

 

post #9314 of 14115
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Originally Posted by Lespectraal View Post



Here you go



And you hadn't installed it before, the regular way?
post #9315 of 14115
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Originally Posted by CH23 View Post

And you hadn't installed it before, the regular way?
Ye so have installed it before, but I uninstalled it once I stumbled upon your method of installing. I left the extracted folder where all the files and .exe for the X3 in my downloads folder though.
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