[linux-audio-user] Edirol UA 1EX @ 44.1kHz

Christoph Eckert ce at christeck.de
Sat Jan 7 13:00:14 EST 2006


Hi folks,


a friend of mine has a collection of mp3 files which all are based on 
44.1kHz. Using a soundcard which only supports 48kHz makes it necessary 
to resample the audio material before outputting it to the 
card/speakers.

To avoid the resampling, he's looking for an USB audio card which runs 
well on Linux (preferably with the snd_usb_audio-module) and natively 
supports 44.1kHz in hardware.

One choice could be the Edirol UA 1EX, but I haven't found any resource 
which clearly states that it is running well on Linux, even at 44.1kHz.

On

http://www.roland.com/products/en/UA-1EX/

I can read

»Supports both advanced and OS-standard drivers (Win/ Mac OS X), 
selected with ADVANCED DRIVER.«

but I also see

http://www.linux-m32r.org/lxr/http/source/sound/usb/usbquirks.h

/* TODO: add Edirol UA-1EX support */


Can anyone give me a wee small hint whether the device works or not? If 
so, any experiences with material at 44.1kHz?


Best regards


ce



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