Topic: Babyface 192 KHz 24bit Sound Capture Difficulty
I've just recently bought a Babyface to do USB sound capture. I only use analog stereo in for audio frequency signals capture no outputs are needed. The intrument software will obtain the two channel signals from USB and pass them to our application. I have used the instruments built in USB sound card (upto 48 Kz sampling rate, 16bit) and the laptop's line-in soud card (16bit, upto 192KHz), encountered no issues. But I can't make the Babyface work. The software can detect the Babyface Analog 1/2 In but can not open the the device when set to 24 bit, 192 KHz.
--If I lower the sampling rate to 48KHz and 16bit, the software indicates it can open the software but the time marks are missing.
--The 'babyface analog 1/2 In can be seen and adjusted via Windows sound recording devices like other sound cards.
-- My PC is running Windows 7 32bit and the Babyface has the firware 0184 and driver 0984.
--My question is what setup combination I take would make Babyface function like a normal PC or USB sound capture card but have 192 KHz sampling rate and 24bit resolution?
--My friend ran into trouble with the sample application in a M-Audio USB box as the line-in(or Mic-in) of that box has a 300 msec delay to eliminate the pop-up noise. Has Babyface has the similar setup?
Any suggestion and help would be greatly appreciated.