Using HDMI and Ethernet-based DACs

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Jeffrey Robbins

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Jun 2, 2020, 5:24:26 PM6/2/20
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Bernt, am I correct that no HDMI or ethernet-based DAC can be used for measurements on a Windows PC with AL -- only DACs that have either an ASIO or WASAPI driver available can do so, yes?  Thanks.  JCR

Bernt Rønningsbakk

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Jun 2, 2020, 5:37:03 PM6/2/20
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Hi Jeffrey,

 

IDK. You have to play through a driver that supports asio, wasapi, direct sound or winmme. But that device could be capable of HDMI rendering. JRiver, perhaps?

 

Mvh,

Bernt

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Omid Mostachfi

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Jun 2, 2020, 6:45:29 PM6/2/20
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I just tried it and it works fine. I had to go in the control panel, configure the hdmi output to 5.1. I could then output audio to all 5 channels through AL using ASIO4All and WinMME. Directsound and Wasapi did not work.
Omid

Jeffrey C. Robbins

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Jun 2, 2020, 7:45:42 PM6/2/20
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Can you show a screenshot of how you configured the HDMI output?  Many thanks. JCR 

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Omid Mostachfi

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The channel IDs map out to the proper speakers.

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