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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. brunoyujikc
    Can someone post another link for the Audio-gdUSB32driverversion2.rar??
    The latest version for products from 14th of August 2014 or later.
    The audio-gd download links are all giving a 404 error: The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
    I just got my NFB-11 and I am going crazy that I can't use it just because the download links are down.
    Someone help!
  2. comzee
    I tried myself, the link is down. Unfortunately I'm at work, I have the driver, but it's on my home desktop. If Audio-gd doesn't fix the link by the time I get home, I'll PM you a download link once I upload mine. It'll be about 4 hours tho =/
  3. brunoyujikc
    Thanks man,
    I contacted them to let them know. They usually answer after 5-6 hours depending on the time in China. I hope they fix the link soon.
    I'll be waiting for your pm. In the meantime I'll try my NFB-11 on my old MacBook Pro.
  4. Rockin_Zombie
    Here you go:
  5. brunoyujikc
    It worked perfectly. Are there any bugs with these drivers that you know of?
  6. Rockin_Zombie
    No problem! The only bug I have seen is that I can't go up to 32/384 as advertised for nfb 10.33, anything above 24/96 stutters for me. Since you have nfb 11 which goes up to 24/96 through USB, that shouldn't be a problem. Enjoy!
  7. brunoyujikc
    Just to let everyone know.
    Audio-gd have contacted me and they fixed the download links on their website.
  8. dooyoung2
    I'm new to this site. This is quite different from what you discussed.
    But I can't find another thread to discuss this.
    I bought last month NFB-7 2015 edition. and I have been hearing using normal 44.1khz so far nicely. but today, I tried upsampling through J river.
    And 192khz, and 384 khz has something like jackhammer noise. endlessly cutting sound.. kkkkkkkk
    I don't know what's the problem. I changed USB cable and also changed computer, but same problem. Even flac file that has 192khz has same noise.
    exactly like jackhammer. What can I do to fix this? help me.
     I also mailed about this problem to Audio-gd. not yet received answer.
  9. comzee
    Is this the only way you've tried? Have you tried using Windows direct sound bitrate/hertz settings like below?
    Have you tried programs like foobar2000 with asio and wasapi plugins? VLC?
    I know on my DI-2014 from Audio GD that uses USB32 (Your NFB has the new Amanero384) has 384khz but it doesn't work, only 192khz and below. 
    Personally I have mine set at 24bit/48khz, I'd recommend watching these two videos. This guy is a genius (literally), you will not regret it https://www.xiph.org/video/
    This article also by Chris Montgomery is amazing: http://xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html
  10. i019791
    By design, the DI-2014 does work above 192khz through its i2s output only
  11. Rockin_Zombie
    This is true. The windows driver shows an option for above 192 kHZ, but it never worked with USB for my nfb 10.33.
    My default was always 16 bit 44.1 though, tried the high res settings just to see how much it can take. All my audio files are CD rips..so yeah. 
  12. comzee
    Thanks for the info, I always wondered why 384 didn't work.
    It's funny too, because the official page for DI-2014 has 384khz support plastered all over it, go figure =/ 
    Read this http://xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html
    Most people believe any audio "difference" is positive. "Oh I set my DAC to 192khz, it doesn't sound the same as 44khz, must be better." In reality it's almost always worse. 
  13. Luckbad
    The DI-2014 does 32-bit/384kHz from USB to I2S and 24-bit/192kHz through the other outputs. If you use optical input, you get 96kHz (limitation of that output type), and coaxial can get you up to 192kHz.
  14. riffer

    I couldn't find a "thumbs up" so I will have to post. That was always my understanding. Could be wrong. but that was what I thought after the first pot.
  15. lucianpescaru
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