Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] 24bit 96khz cards that work well
From: Jan \ (eviltwin69_AT_cableone.net)
Date: Tue Dec 31 2002 - 02:45:21 EET
I originally had an ATI Rage card and had to take it out because it
conflicted with my MOBO. The damn thing wouldn't even boot. I switched
to an NVIDIA card and that straightened it out. I listened to some of
your music. What kind of gear/software are you using to do that? I've
never done anything with synthesizers so I'm completely clueless about
On Mon, 2002-12-30 at 17:59, Brian Redfern wrote:
> Aha, looks like a conflict with my ATI Rage graphics card, maybe its also
> causing come drop outs with my sblive as well (though its not as bad as
> the problems with the audiophile card). This makes sense now, with the Ati
> Rage and the Audiophile together I was getting xruns every two seconds!
> On 30 Dec 2002, Jan "Evil Twin" Depner wrote:
> > Brian,
> > I'm running the DSP24 with the envy24 chipset without any problems. I
> > was somewhat concerned at first due to reports of this kind but I found
> > a lot of answers (potential answers) on the ST Audio pages.
> > Specifically :
> > http://www.staudio.de/kb/english/conflicts/index.html
> > Their FAQ and Knowledge base are also pretty good sources of info.
> > Jan
> > On Mon, 2002-12-30 at 14:02, Brian Redfern wrote:
> > > Well, I figured out that the culprit to my xrun problem wasn't my 533mghz
> > > processor, its my envy24 chipset based card, from the alsa wiki:
> > >
> > > "Many but not all users complain about sound glitches. This may be due to
> > > the cards being IRQ hungry. (VU meter interface?) -- Tobiah"
> > >
> > > Given that the evil envy24 chip is in a lot of cards out there, I'm
> > > wondering what cards people have had better results with?
> > > http://www.brianredfern.org
> > >
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