Re: [LAU] M-Audio Delta 1010lt SPDIF Clock Source

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Date: Monday, April 15, 2013 - 11:51 pm

On Sun, April 14, 2013 10:55 am, Christoph Kuhr wrote:

mudita should have everything alsa gives.... mine doesn't seem to though.
Unless this is fixed in mudita 1.1 (I have 1.0.4)... I found that mudita
does not show the spdif output levels or give access to the spdif output
mixer faders. I can see them with the QAS utilities though. Using Qashctl
and the pcm->Multi track peak tab I can see the peak levels at the time
the application started... I can only refresh this by restarting the app
:P the refresh button doesn't work for this. Anyway, it does show levels
on the output to the spdif. (I used a mic into a spdif preamp at 48k into
the Delta66) I see a level out no matter what I am synced to. The delta
can be internal sync or external. So if there is not spdif output, it
happens after the ice1712.

Doesn't make sense, but have you tried both of them set to internal sync?
(just to see if anything gets through... might be some pops or clicks)

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Re: [LAU] M-Audio Delta 1010lt SPDIF Clock Source, Len Ovens, (Mon Apr 15, 11:51 pm)
Re: [LAU] M-Audio Delta 1010lt SPDIF Clock Source, Tim E. Real, (Tue Apr 16, 12:56 am)