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In my understanding, you are not in UAC2 , you are in high-speed mode but the usb audio protocol remains UAC1.
In the kernel source in the file include/uapi/linux/usb/audio.h is defined two values:
/* bInterfaceProtocol values to denote the version of the standard used */
#define UAC_VERSION_1 0x00
#define UAC_VERSION_2 0x20
So if the card is in UAC2 , you should see bInterfaceProtocol at 32 (or 0x20)
By example, now the RME babyface is recognize as UAC2 device, you can view its "lsub -v" here : http://minilien.fr/a0m3kc
But for the usbPre2 device with ou without pressing the "1" button, we have bInterfaceProtocol = 0. So we stays in UAC1, even the speed increase to high-speed.
So IMHO, it's why, we are already limited to 48khz framerate.
If a usb audio guru can confirm my idea...
I have no problem in high speed since kernel 3.2. Ubuntu kernel or vanilla kernel are OK (today, I use a 3.7.1 vanilla kernel).
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