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Old 25th February 2012, 08:57 AM   #471
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Hey there,
i had some success using ARTA and Autdiotester, but my soundcard drivers seem to be limited to 22kHz, how can i get the card to work with more bandwidth ? its the same with the M.Audio 192 and the onboard card
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I have no such problem with my cards. If I set sample rate to 96kHz I am able to measure up to 48kHz.
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Old 25th February 2012, 09:35 AM   #472
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Old 25th February 2012, 06:20 PM   #473
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Try setting the sample rate in the window's control panel.

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Old 25th February 2012, 08:23 PM   #474
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Try setting the sample rate in the window's control panel.

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Thanks Wim and Andrew,
this was the right direction.
I set the sample rate in the "M-Audio" Controlpanel, but when you start the Measurement, Audiotester overwrites the settings,
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Old 25th February 2012, 09:15 PM   #475
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Thanks Wim and Andrew,
this was the right direction.
I set the sample rate in the "M-Audio" Controlpanel, but when you start the Measurement, Audiotester overwrites the settings,
Thanks again
I do not know for audio tester, but for ARTA you need to set the sample rate in ARTA (and it also overwrites the settings in the control panel)

Remark: with the EMU 1212 you have to select the same sample rate in the EMU-patchMix DSP panel also, no autoselection here...
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Old 26th February 2012, 07:24 AM   #476
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I think you may need to fix them so they are all the same. In Audio Tester there's one menu, last one of the right, I think (don't have it handy) where you can set sample rates. I recall this being hard to get correct but not what I did.

Come to think of it, perhaps there's an order to it, open AT set it to what you want, close AT, then set window's panel to the same values, then open AT. Worth trying?

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Old 26th February 2012, 10:48 AM   #477
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In AT, use the drop down menus. Under "Options," you want Audio In Parameters and Audio Out Parameters.
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Yep, SY, that's the one!
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Old 26th February 2012, 12:02 PM   #479
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Thanks for your help!
i adjusted the sample rate in both and tried my first pc based measurements

i used arta/steps to measure the bandwidth of my own valve amp, pic attached.
the dip @ 35kHz is sometimes visible on the soundcard output as well,

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Hey there,
i had some success using ARTA and Autdiotester, but my soundcard drivers seem to be limited to 22kHz, how can i get the card to work with more bandwidth ? its the same with the M.Audio 192 and the onboard card
Greetings from Munich
yurgs

I'm assuming you installed the proper M Audio driver. Try using the alternate sound DLL and select ASIO.. Note that I had to disable the onboard sound and uninstall its drivers on one of my boards before the 24192 would work properly and then manually install the 24192 driver. [Windows XP PRO SP3 32 bit]
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