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    Senior Member dolodobendan's Avatar
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    Thank you, I'll take a look!
    QLMS 8.0.0@2.20 x64 (digimaster) with perl 5.30.1 / QNAP 469L QTS 4.3.4

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    I have no clue about your sound device but the smartest task whenever "Conexant SmartAudio HD" is involved is get rid of the driver and use another one instead.
    "The Driver" not the hardware sound device!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJanGo View Post
    I have no clue about your sound device but the smartest task whenever "Conexant SmartAudio HD" is involved is get rid of the driver and use another one instead.
    "The Driver" not the hardware sound device!
    Yes, that beats prying the sound chip out of the notebook.
    QLMS 8.0.0@2.20 x64 (digimaster) with perl 5.30.1 / QNAP 469L QTS 4.3.4

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    Quote Originally Posted by left channel View Post
    I don't use WASAPI because with squeezelite it's still limited to 44.1 as far as I know
    I've added support for WASAPI exclusive mode to the latest squeezelite-win 1.9.1-1139

    -a <l>:<e> Specify Portaudio params to open output device, l = target latency in ms, e = use exclusive mode for WASAPI (0|1)

    First in the sound device advanced properites, you need to enable Allow applications to take exclusive control of this device

    Then add -R -u E -a :1 -o "Device name [WASAPI]" to the squeezelite-win command line.

    The -R -u E causes squeezelite to resample only if native rate is not supported. The WASAPI device on my laptop only supports 192000 96000 48000 44100.

    I'm still working on an issue with matching devices that use utf8 characters from the command line. As a work around for now use -o X where X is the number before the device name in the output from squeezelite-win -l.
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    Thanks Ralphy!
    LMS: SGC microJukebox running Sonicorbiter OS
    Control apps: Squeezelite-X on Win 10; Squeezer or Material web app on Android
    Players: Duet, Touch (two), Mac SqueezePlay, Win Squeezelite-X on laptop and HTPC

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    Quote Originally Posted by left channel View Post
    Thanks Ralphy!
    Yes, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralphy View Post
    I've added support for WASAPI exclusive mode to the latest squeezelite-win 1.9.1-1139

    -a <l>:<e> Specify Portaudio params to open output device, l = target latency in ms, e = use exclusive mode for WASAPI (0|1)

    First in the sound device advanced properites, you need to enable Allow applications to take exclusive control of this device

    Then add -R -u E -a :1 -o "Device name [WASAPI]" to the squeezelite-win command line.

    The -R -u E causes squeezelite to resample only if native rate is not supported. The WASAPI device on my laptop only supports 192000 96000 48000 44100.

    I'm still working on an issue with matching devices that use utf8 characters from the command line. As a work around for now use -o X where X is the number before the device name in the output from squeezelite-win -l.
    Found out this only now. I suggest this page gets updated with this information: https://ralph-irving.github.io/squeezelite.html
    Thanks a lot for all your work, it's appreciated beyond measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dolodobendan View Post
    This doesn't help with the mystery sound coming from SLX. But at least it isn't amplified any longer.
    The mystery sound was a bug in squeezelite-win that got fixed if anyone wonders.
    QLMS 8.0.0@2.20 x64 (digimaster) with perl 5.30.1 / QNAP 469L QTS 4.3.4

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