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TOPIC: miniStreamer SPDIF always sends clock at 44.1khz?

miniStreamer SPDIF always sends clock at 44.1khz? 2 years 8 months ago #35657

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I am trying to connect the SPDIF coaxial output of the miniStreamer to the SPDIF coaxial input of an audio interface on another machine, and I am unable to get the miniStreamer to clock at 48Khz. If I set my Tascam interface to sync via coaxial input, it reports a lock at 44.1Khz, even though I have set the miniStreamer in Windows to 48Khz/24-bit on both the Input/Output interfaces.

If I use the built-in SPDIF output from my PC, I can get it to clock at 48Khz without any issue, it's only the miniStreamer that won't for some reason.

Any idea what's going on here?
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miniStreamer SPDIF always sends clock at 44.1khz? 2 years 8 months ago #35756

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@ davemann

Knowing the miniSTREAMER is driverless, most likely something else going on in the win drivers.
Do you mind to show us the settings?
Also, did you enable a stream from your player? i.e. play a test tone at 48k to enable the driver to change sample rate.

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