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Strange M-Audio Card Sample Rate Issue

Discussion in 'Recording' started by matt_thiffault, May 19, 2008.

  1. Hello, a few weeks ago I bought an M-Audio Delta 1010LT. I've got it in a box running Windows XP Professional using the latest drivers from the M-Audio site. For some reason, Windows Sounds, CD's and my ripped music (FLAC) all play back too fast when I set the card to a 44100kHz sample rate, but play back fine at a 48000kHz sample rate. This is exactly backwards of what it should be. I've recorded things in ableton live 7 and exported them as both 44.1mhz and 48mhz. When I put them on another computer and play them back, winamp says that one is 44.1 and the other is 48, but they sound exactly the same and play back at the same speed. This could mean that the data tags attached to the file are just being written differently when the music itself is the same, but I have no way of knowing. If anybody has any ideas besides turning off hardware acceleration, switching PCI slots, or re-installing my operating system and all my drivers (I've done those already), it would be much appreciated.

    Thanks!
    Matt
     
  2. Space

    Space Well-Known Member

    Verify that you have:
    Driver version 5.10.00.5057
    Panel Version 1.03.27-10.19.198

    This is the one working for me with no issues.


    "If anybody has any ideas besides turning off hardware acceleration, switching PCI slots, or re-installing my operating system and all my drivers (I've done those already), it would be much appreciated." /quote

    Turn off hardware acceleration...and remove it from the machine. And never reinstall an OS as a primary option if hardware does not perform properly.


    "This could mean that the data tags attached to the file are just being written differently when the music itself is the same, but I have no way of knowing." /quote

    Yes you do. The music tweaks on your machine and plays properly on other machines.
     
  3. Greener

    Greener Guest

    Spiced ham anyone?
     

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