[PlanetCCRMA] Audiophile 192 and others

mArukqs marukas@hardcore.lt
Wed Nov 16 13:10:02 2005

I just tried to switch to XFCE - the same stuttering sound at 96kHz. Less
frequent pauses at 88kHz and no problems at 48kHz and 44kHz.

I don't remember such problems before when I had 512 MB of RAM.
It appeared when I upgraded to 1GB.

What can be wrong.


>>Subject: Re: [PlanetCCRMA] Audiuphile 192 and others
>>From: "mArukqs" <marukas@hardcore.lt>
>>To: "Mark Knecht" <markknecht@gmail.com>
>>Cc: fropeter@online.no,
>>   "planetCCRMA maillist" <planetccrma@ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
>>Reply-To: marukas@hardcore.lt
>>I have M-Audio Audiophile 2496, but it does not work at 96kHz. In 95% of
>>attempts to start jackd at 96kHz I hear stuttering sound as if the buffer
>>is too small. Various jack settings were tried. Athlon 3000+, 1GB RAM,
>>GeForce2, Fedora Core 4. Tried to tweak PCI latency - the same sh*t :/
>>I was buying the card because of requirements in www.ardour.org, but I
>>can't get the expected result. So, probably buy RME ://
> ap 24/96 Works fine in FC3 quite low latency as well at 96khz (10ms or
> so) a couple of xruns, but rock solid if you drop latency and use xfce.
> Thats an idea, try it in xfce instead of gnome or kde xfce has way less
> xruns on my system!
> Saw a note on this list a while back about problems with FC4, glad I
> havnt bothered with an upgrade yet!
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