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Old 8th December 2012, 06:07 PM   #11
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So i got the second TM done before flying out to work. At work I had a bit of time to research PC XO's. got carried away and won a Digi001 off ebay. (should have researched it first as max sample rate is 48000) Also have decided on Console and various VST plugins

Now im home waiting fore it to arrive, have been testing as much as I can be bothered to till it arrives. Have had dramas with the Audigy though (as to be expected.) with constant popping and the occasional stutter. Ive tried everything over the last 3 days that I can think of... In the end, pulling the wireless networks card (had already tried just removing the antenna) and setting up foobar to use the asio plug in to route through a differnt channel other than asio 0/1 on KX Dsp has done the trick.

I have a suspicion it was pulling the card that worked, as ive seen mention in my googling of "PCI Latency"

Also dramas with having to reroute wave output to asio in KX DSP just to get it into Console. So when I get the Digi It will hopefully be happy days. As much of a bastard the Audigy has been, I will keep it to use in future. maybe when I finally build a Destop/Gaming, and use it to run speakers I can put near or on my desk.
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you sure know your PC stuff good luck

hey, btw, let me know if you want me to take my mod hat on and put the DSP into your thread title
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Old 8th December 2012, 06:24 PM   #13
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you sure know your PC stuff good luck

hey, btw, let me know if you want me to take my mod hat on and put the DSP into your thread title
Thanks! going to need it.. I know enough to be dangerous

Mod hat sounds interesting.. I know enough about DSP to moderate
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ehh, yah, ok.... I was thinking you would get more response and help if members could see the word DSP in your thread title, thats all
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Ahh sorry.. I get what you mean now... I think DSP will be the easy part.. speaker design/construction will be the main problem for me. I though If i put everything it this forum, I would get advice, and more importantly help others from following my mistakes
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...... DSP will be the easy part..... speaker design/construction will be the main problem for me......
not to ruin your sweet dreams but the DSP setting is probably the most tricky part of all
and next, woofer-bass-box 'allignment' can be tricky too

but like you said, at least the DSP part is easy to change and change, and change ....and again

you will be shouting for the DSP guys to come and help up

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I found this post from simon splicing nearfield to farfield, does this look right? to be invaluable with respect to sorting out the issues with my Audigy!! I still do occaisionally have problems with it but a reboot fixes it.

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If only you could put a bit of wood back after you have cut too much off.

Thanks for the link wintermute. Alot more clearer than what ive been able to find so far
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So have just got the digi001 in the system.

having issues getting audio on an input for it. looks like either the asio drivers for it only support one aplication at a time, or its an input assigment issue..

so at the moment its optical spdif out of the Audigy and into the Digi001. Which works fine, but im wondering if the optical loopback is bad?
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