On Mon, 2009-02-16 at 13:03 +0100, email@example.com wrote:
Very true. But ..
> If it sound better now than before something was wrong before or you
.. It's possible that the audio interface has a fixed (96kHz?) clock and
uses dubious methods of achieving non-even sampling rates like 44.1k. In
that scenario, the software upsampling done by alsa might be better than
the presumed bad method done at hw level.
Any sane soundcard (= not integrated or creative) wouldn't exhibit this
behaviour though. Proper interfaces have proper clocks.
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