latency with ADI AD1988B
zettberlin at linuxuse.de
Wed May 23 08:27:48 BST 2007
Vedran Vucic schrieb:
> You can experiment with ALSA and JAck about latency, but also better
> card may help. For example. M-Audio cards may get very nice latency
One trickt that helped for me in some cases is, to set the value of
Periods/Buffer to 3. I have seen setups where 2048 F/P with 2 P/B was
unusable and 128 F/P with 3 P/B worked flawlessly.
At the other hand, using a properly set up system with a
envy24-soundcard (Terratec EWX, MAudio) allows stable working without
need for much caution at 5.8 ms and it allows to lower the latency below
2ms by raising the samplerate.
> Best wishes,
> On 5/23/07, *nilitonilito nilitonilito* <nilitonilito at hotmail.com
> <mailto:nilitonilito at hotmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi there,
> first of all, I would like to thanks all contributors for
> I've recently installed UbuntuStudio 7.04 on my PC, my audio
> device is the
> ADI AD1988B integrated to the motherboard ASUS P5B.
> The best latency I get is 96ms, I can tell jack to go under that
> at 10ms for
> instance but I get the characteristic frequently dirac of a non
> kernel. (I want to precise that I run jack with the real-time
> Is there a particular issue with my on board audio card?
> Did I forgot to setup something to get UbuntuStudio in real-time?
> If I buy a new card, say the last creative, is it going to fix
> this problem?
> Thanks a lot for your help,
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