[linux-audio-user] How to enable 88.1KHz and above sampling
rate on HDSP/Multiface+Jack?
tech at danharper.org
Tue Nov 9 17:28:15 EST 2004
Hopefully this helps (from my site
> Thomas Charbonnel has tipped me off to a way to enable 96kHz on the
> RME HDSP, I haven't tested it yet, but I know Thomas is very
> knowledgeable on HDSP issues:
> Hi Dan,
> I read on your page you had problems using the hdsp at 96kHz. To do
> so you have to switch to double speed mode (i.e. to a sample
> rate > 48khz) manually before opening the desired app. You can do
> this either graphically with hdspconf (part of alsa-tools) or on the
> command line
> using amixer :
> amixer -c X cset numid=11 Y
> where X is your hdsp's alsa card number and Y the rate needed
> (6 is 96kHz).
On Tue, 2004-11-09 at 14:07 -0500, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
> Hi all,
> I guess the title says it all. I was wondering if there was a button or
> something that would enable this using perhaps a hdspmixer or something
> similar or perhaps passing appropriate setting via alsa mixer?
> On my setup jack always fails with anything above 48KHz.
> Best wishes,
> Ivica Ico Bukvic, composer & multimedia sculptor
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