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This has to get more attention - a consumer DAC from RME

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9 hours ago, Miska said:

 

It is in the very same driver package as the ASIO driver. The installer installs both...

 


  2018/12/07 17:05:01 Open WASAPI endpoint GUID: {0.0.0.00000000}.{eb2af813-d0d7-4e4d-91db-cb7af2c4f2ea}
  2018/12/07 17:05:01 Currently using: 'Analog (1+2) (RME ADI-2 Pro)'
  2018/12/07 17:05:01 Output type: Default
  2018/12/07 17:05:01 WinMiniEngine8 initialized
  2018/12/07 17:05:01 Discover rates for 2 channels
  2018/12/07 17:05:01 Format available: 44100/24 (32)
  2018/12/07 17:05:01 Format available: 44100/16 (16)

 

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Here's link to one step newer driver than what I have installed:

http://rme-audio.de/download/driver_madiface_win_09680.zip

 

OK, that makes sense.. Nevertheless, the Windows 10 UAC2 driver also does automatic sample rate detection/switching. At least it works with Foobar2000 (but not with Tidal). And the question remains, why doesn't the RME WASAPI driver do automatic sample rate switching whereas any other WASAPI DAC driver I know does this, even in Windows 7 and with Tidal?  

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8 hours ago, Abtr said:

And the question remains, why doesn't the RME WASAPI driver do automatic sample rate switching whereas any other WASAPI DAC driver I know does this, even in Windows 7 and with Tidal?  

 

That I don't know. There are many WASAPI and ASIO drivers that have some kind of problem, some are limited to max 192k sampling rate or other strange stuff. So far the best WASAPI driver I've encountered is TEAC's driver for UD-501/503.

 

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