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July 4, 2020 at 12:46 am #82941JJ4884Participant
I am posting this query in the forum since Audio is a forte of the Linux Game cast crew to the point of having a separate youtube video series for gear.
I have recently gotten bitten by the Audiophie bug since I signed up for a $4 for 4 month trial of Tidal music. I selected a few beginner audiophile picks from well renown tech podcaster and audiophile Patrick Norton. One of these picks was the Audioquest Dragonfly Black. I am having trouble getting it to get high bitrate audio through the Dragonfly. It is stuck on 44.1 HZ
- Distro – Kubuntu (also installed low latency kernel and many of the tools from Ubuntu Studio with no success)
- PulseAudio version – 13.99.1
- Browser – Vivaldi.
Any guidance could help.July 7, 2020 at 5:30 pm #82955Venn StoneKeymaster
Have you tried setting it in the config? /etc/pulse/daemon.conf
; default-sample-rate = 48000July 24, 2021 at 4:35 pm #499113dimkoParticipant
A bit late to the party.
Fuck da Pulesaudio.
” I am having trouble getting it to get high bitrate audio through the Dragonfly. It is stuck on 44.1 HZ” – not that I don’t trust you comrade, but how do you know?
First question, what do you have here:
As per here:
This will be your informationz about Alsa/driver. Your sound cardz can work in many bitratez/frequenzies. And to make thingz more complexz, Pulse also operates on it’s own bitrate/frequenzies. Ideally Pulse and Alsa should match, but it’s like communizm, good idea on the papers, please!
Remeber kids, Pulse works on top of Alsa.
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