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

Discussion in 'Computer Audio' started by petercraig, Nov 26, 2012.

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  1. GiantAssPanda
    Okay. Thanks. And yes, it seems to be working just fine now. And sounds amazing. :)
     
  2. GiantAssPanda
    No wait. Foobar works just fine but can't get any sound from anything other (movie files, games etc.) ?
     
  3. lucianpescaru
     
    Again :) Set the 'what-windows-called your dac device' as default device in 'Playback Devices' (right click the Speaker icon in the taskbar).
     
  4. GiantAssPanda
    I did. It is.

    Weird. Could have swear Spotify was working correctly when I first fired it up. Now Foobar works and so does Chrome (watched some videos from youtube) but video files and games are a no go.
     
    Woops, my bad. I had also selected it as the default communications device which messed it up. Now Windows sounds are also working. :)
     
  5. GiantAssPanda
    No, something's definitely still off. Was listening to Spotify and everything was working fine but then all of a sudden Spotify lost sound and couldn't get any sound from video files either.
     
    Right now Windows sounds, foobar and Chrome work just fine. What the hell's going on? Are the drivers really this abysmal?
     
    EDIT: Also played some Witcher 3 and the sounds are ok. But nothing from MPC-HC or Spotify.. wtf..
     
    I'll try this to see if there's any difference.

     
  6. Luckbad
    If you're using ASIO in foobar2000, you're not going to get sound from anywhere else. This is intentional and is desirable, as it gets exclusive use of the device and nothing else can disrupt the signal.
     
    If you try ASIO in foobar2000 or any other program (and sometimes WASAPI or Kernel streaming, but it depends on the device), then try to play sounds from elsewhere, it's not going to work.
     
    You need to close foobar2000, then relaunch anything you want to get sound from.
     
  7. GiantAssPanda
    Actually I was getting bunch of issues like audio stuttering in gaming as well and all my problems were resolved by changing to another USB cable. No issues since last night. Will report back if I encounter any more but so far so good.
     
  8. norrest
    But there is someone who has staged an updated version on amanero?
    I would like to install a custom version. Buy the card at Taobao.
    But I saw that under the usb-32 has two additional wires. What kind of wire?
     
  9. lucianpescaru
    Here's the latest VIA firmware from AudioGD http://uloz.to/xgPUZioy/audio-gdusb32fwversion3-rar (click on download with limitations) , the FirmwareLinux1.bin sounds best, similar to the Dr DAC 3 firmware from audiotrak so no need for that anymore. 32bit options also gone, guess 24 bit is processed more accurately inside.
     
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  10. mowglycdb

    32 bit was already erased in version 2. Still hasn't appeared on the website though
     
  11. chucky27
     
    As I recall audio-gdusb32fwversion3 contains only 1 new firmware FirmwareLinux1.bin, which was a test firmware aimed to fix some compatibility issues in Linux. It was available on audio-gd main page for short time. Other firmware files in the package are the same as in "public" audio-gdusb32fwversion2.rar package.
     
  12. drez
    Possible to apply firmware update under Windows 10?
     
  13. ChaosClouds
    Anyone with DI-V3 running on windows 10?
    It work flawlessly with windows 7, but now I can't manage to install the driver on windows 10, (instal driver fail, error code: 0x0, 0x0).
     
  14. Mahdi8
    You need to disable driver signature enforcement in windows 10 or 8 to install the driver
     
  15. norrest
    FirmwareLinux1.bin 
    Are this firmware support DSD? 
     

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