Re: [LAU] S/PDIF in with ESI Juli@ and JACK

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Date: Monday, April 22, 2013 - 10:42 pm

On Mon, April 22, 2013 10:26 am, Chris Caudle wrote:

Most envy24 chipsets use the same reg as clock speed. So on that picture
there is a "Multi Track internal Clock" - "48000" if it is expanded the
external clock will be above 96000 (if that is the top speed).

> If you look on page 18 of the card manual showing the (Windows?) utility

That is different from the Delta series then. Good to know. Though that
could be a SW limit and not HW, but I would guess in this case it is HW.
While it makes sense to lock to spdif to use it, there are cases where the
spdif input may be locked to this card from it's spdif output for example,
where not using spdif clock, but still using the info makes sense.

Len Ovens

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Re: [LAU] S/PDIF in with ESI Juli@ and JACK, Len Ovens, (Mon Apr 22, 10:42 pm)
Re: [LAU] S/PDIF in with ESI Juli@ and JACK, Gabbe Nord, (Tue Apr 23, 10:04 am)