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Realtek HDA—Effects of default format+shared mode? Should I go higher?, [TOS #6: was "Realtek HDA Driver"]
Anakunda
post Mar 31 2012, 15:32
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HI !!
What does the default format in HDA control panel impact? Default is 24bit / 48kHz. Is this format used for all audio output, ie. anything that I play is down/upsampled to this format on output? What is "shared mode" and when is it used?
Do I have to change this to 24bit / 96kHz if I wanna listen to vinyl rips in full resolution? thx
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stephan_g
post Apr 30 2012, 14:02
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JFTR, the combination of Foobar w/ WASAPI plugin and Realtek HDA hasn't been working too well for me. Attempting 24 bit output always gave me a weird "out of memory" error. I ended up using ASIO via ASIO4All, which possibly contains some workarounds for driver issues. The recording side seems to be a different story altogether.
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