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- Subject: Re: [hatari-users] Minor Problems with Falcon Emulation
- From: Ingo Schmidt <lists@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 09 Aug 2014 11:41:23 +0200
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I recommend just recording the audio into some sampling software (e.g.
Audacity in loopback mode). This way it's easy to see how broken the
audio can get.
Ok, thanks, will give that a go eventually.
Having said that it's not always wrong - it varies. Try toggling the
sound quality setting on the audio dialog between 11khz and 50khz
several times to see if the noise increases/decreases at random.
If the noise level seems to change or clear up then you're
experiencing the same problem we are. If the noise level remains the
same, it is perhaps something else.
I have done some experiments:
- Desktop-PC with fairly decent AMD CPU: perfect sound
- HTPC with energy saving Intel CPU: noisy sound
And you are right: It does vary when I change the frequency. Best
results so far for me was to have 50066 Hz on the desktop PC.
Looks like my HTPC needs a CPU upgrade :)
Cheers, Curly060 =;->