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Old 28th December 2013, 06:39 AM   #1
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Default How to run DIYINHK DXIO @384K in win7?

I have installed the win7 driver for the DIYINHK DXIO and get it to run. However, the max rate shown in control panel>manage sound device is 192K. Same in my software player (HQplayer). I am running in WASAP exclusive mode. I have looked at the BCLK on the scope and verified that max rate is in fact 192K.
I plugged the same device into my MAC, it shows max rate of 384K correctly under native iOS. No driver required.
This problem has been reported by others, but no solution has been posted.
Can anyone help?
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