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Audio-gd USB-32 Firmware, Drivers, and Feedback Thread

Discussion in 'Computer Audio' started by petercraig, Nov 26, 2012.
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  1. barretp
    Can someone help me out with my NFB-28? I'm on Windows 8.1 x64. I think I've installed the drivers correctly, however whenever I installed them, it said driver version 1.2 (Is that the latest version?). When I select playback device it says SPDIF Interface. I thought SPDIF was only the optical chord.
     
     
    I can get audio through Foobar2000 and Windows system sounds, but that's all. Is there any way to hear audio from Spotify or Chrome, Firefox? 
     
    Edit: I think I've found my issue, I had the default sample rate set too high. I changed it from 2 channel, 32 bit, 384000Hz to 2 channel, 32 bit, 192000Hz.
     
  2. conquerator2
    Just a heads-up, the issues I've had with the DI's USB... Seemed to have been resolved by installing the latest drivers. I've been using the previous revision drivers and they seemed to work fine but those new ones seem to solve lots of issues people have had with their Audio-gd DACs [blue screens, etc.]
    Well, I'll keep watching for a few days and if things stay fine, then I guess all's good.
     
  3. max785

    I got the lastest driver and I get alot of bluescreens !!
     
  4. conquerator2
    Sorry to hear that... Maybe it won't solve every issue [​IMG]
     
  5. SpirosG
     
    what's your OS ? win7, 8 or earlier ? 
     
  6. max785

    Win 7 sp1
     
  7. SpirosG
    that' s a little bit peculiar ... I, -with win7-, dont' have bs any more, since I installed the latest driver ...
     
  8. max785
  9. conquerator2
  10. max785

    wow it worked ! I can even see asio in the output pannel of foobar !!!! THANKS

    Is it normal that wasapi ( event ) sound better then asio : via ks direct asio ??
     
  11. conquerator2
    Should be the other way around technically...
    But it doesn't matter :]
    Both are exclusive modes.
    As long as it works now, don't worry about it :}
     
  12. SpirosG
    what a relief ! I was becoming nervous that -even with the latest (version 2) - the blue-screens will apear again ... 
     
  13. Gloomy Moonie
    So to confirm, as of now, there aren't any issues with the drivers, correct?
    About to pull the trigger on the NFB-15, so if there's anything I need to know - do tell.
     
  14. Honkytime
    Buy it you wont be disappointed 
     
    Cheers[​IMG]
     
  15. Anda
    Has anyone tried the USB-32 with the new Raspberry Pi 2? I'm using a SA-1.32 recognized as SVB-202D in Linux.
    I have a Lenovo T500 and Raspberry Pi 2, both running up-to-date Arch Linux.
    The SA-1.32 works fine on my Lenovo, but I'm having some issues with the Pi 2. Below are some results from a simple speaker-test.
    It seems my problem has something to do with the buffer handling. The samples are played around 4 times faster on Pi2 (that's also what I hear).
     
    I also did some tests with aplay which resulted in "underrun!!!" errors.
     
    Raspberry Pi 2:
     
    [anda@alarmpi ~]$ speaker-test -l 5 -t wav -c 2 -D hw:1,0 -b 1000000
     
    speaker-test 1.0.28
     
    Playback device is hw:1,0
    Stream parameters are 48000Hz, S16_LE, 2 channels
    WAV file(s)
    Rate set to 48000Hz (requested 48000Hz)
    Buffer size range from 48 to 262144
    Period size range from 24 to 131072
    Requested buffer time 1000000 us
    Periods = 4
    was set period_size = 12000
    was set buffer_size = 48000
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 0.584356
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 0.750027
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 0.749841
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 0.750216
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 0.750286
     
     
     
    Lenovo T500
     
    [anda@copperhead ~ ]$ speaker-test -l 5 -t wav -c 2 -D hw:1,0 -b 1000000
     
    speaker-test 1.0.28
     
    Playback device is hw:1,0
    Stream parameters are 48000Hz, S16_LE, 2 channels
    WAV file(s)
    Rate set to 48000Hz (requested 48000Hz)
    Buffer size range from 48 to 262144
    Period size range from 24 to 131072
    Requested buffer time 1000000 us
    Periods = 4
    was set period_size = 12000
    was set buffer_size = 48000
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 2,251276
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 2,999977
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 2,999963
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 3,000034
     0 - Front Left
     1 - Front Right
    Time per period = 2,999969
     
    Does anyone know if there are some issues with VIA VT1731 on RasPi or similar hardware. Any suggestions on how to resolve this?

    EDIT: I have no issues with my Gustard U10 (XMOS)
     
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