1. Register NOW and become part of this fantastic knowledge base forum! This message will go away once you have registered.

M-Audio Audiophile 192 won't record at 192k

Discussion in 'Recording' started by p0llen_p0ny, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    Here's something that's been baffling me for over a week now. I've been trying to record at 192k with my M-Audio Audiophile 192 and it will just not let me do it. I always get the "recording device does not support one or more of the current format parameters" blah blah message.

    I've tried recording via the S/PDIF using my RME ADI-2 as the master. Even tried using the analog inputs on the card itself. The settings on the Delta control panel are all set correctly.

    I've emailed M-Audio tech support several times with no response. Looked through the M-Audio knowledge base. Tried just about every phrase I can imagine on Google. I'm at my wits end with this. I would really like to be able to use the full potential of this card as well as my ADI-2.
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    What software are you using?

    Also SPDIF will NOT do anything above 96Khz so don't think that it will!!

    Opus :D
  3. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    Sound Forge and WaveLab. And who told you S/PDIF won't do 192k? A friend of mine runs his Apogee thru SPDIF coaxial at 192k.
  4. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    My bad...yes, it is possible. I thought I remembered that it would only do one channel but it's single wire so it's ok! Sorry about that!

    Is the Audiophile 192 single wire capable? Doesn't mention anything on M-Audio's website about it.

    The RME information is great in that regards.

    Does the Audiophile show lock? What do you have the RME set to?

    Opus :D
  5. Reggie

    Reggie Well-Known Member

    Do you have Soundforge 8?
  6. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    Yeah, the Audiophile has lock. I've tried locking it to the RME clock and to its own internal clock. Won't work either way.

    The RME is set to QS (quantispeed) 48k. I've tried both consumer and pro spdif output.
  7. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    Nope. I have Sound Forge 7 and Wavelab 5.01.
  8. Reggie

    Reggie Well-Known Member

    I may be wrong, but I think Sound Forge 7 only goes up to 96K.
  9. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    Yes, you're wrong. Goes up to 192k.
  10. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Still no response from M-Audio either huh?! I know that some of their cards had some word clock problems and to solve it you had to send the card back to them for modification...

    I wonder if the silence means they know about it but don't want to admit they made a mistake of some sort....

    I know how that is having been a tech support person at one time!

    Opus :D
  11. Reggie

    Reggie Well-Known Member

    Do you just hate the way 96K sounds or something? Why 192K?
  12. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    Well I have a 192k converter and a 192k audio card. If I only paid half the price for them I wouldn't mind 96k. :p
  13. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    No one knows? Do I need to get XP or something stupid like that? :?
  14. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    I doubt that the OS is causing this unless you're running on 98 or ME...Windows 2000 or XP should be just fine.

    In wavelab you are setting the audio device to the ASIO driver, correct? Does it work at 96k?

    Maybe see if there's an updated driver from M-Audio.

    Otherwise I don't bother with anything higher than 96khz as I don't see a need to go that high in the sampling rate domain.

    Opus :D
  15. p0llen_p0ny

    p0llen_p0ny Guest

    I have Win2000 Pro. Yeah, it's set to the ASIO driver. Yep, works fine at 96k.

    I'm guessing the M-Audio card can't handle 192k input. (Even though the website says it does.) No wonder it was such a bargain.

    PS: I'm using the latest driver.

Share This Page