On Mon, 25 Aug 2014, Menno wrote:
> I think my system runs solid now. There is only one weird thing left :P
I wish I could say, but I have no s/pdif in amplifier. That is no way to
monitor the s/pdif out.
Looking at the Patchbay/Router in mudita24 (1.0.4) the last two columns
are s/pdif out and on mine they are set to s/pdif out. The fist way to
test, is to change this so that they are both set to H/W In 1 and put some
audio into channel one (no jack needed for this test, but a good, high
level yes) and see if you then get audio out from s/pdif. If you don't:
- mudita sw bug
- alsa sw bug
- d1010 fw bug
- d1010 internal hw problem.
- d1010 Hardware settings mistake.
Are the things that would make sense. The Hardware Settings tab in mudita
has S/pdif Output settings. Try both Professional and Consumer settings.
Make sure Data mode is Audio. In consumer set copy permitted and original.
I am not sure what your amplifier needs as input... it may only look at
Copyrighted/Original or some odd thing. I don't know if I can tell
anything from scoping mine as my scope is plain analog no digital
functions so it may be difficult to sync a zero DC signal. (I have a d66
with no word clock)
SW/FW bugs are unlikely as I would expect others would have mentioned that
already, there are a lot of d1010s around. (lots of delta series boxes in
general) I would expect you are not the only person who has tried to use
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