I'm wondering if XMOS UAC2.0 driver can support 8kHz, 11.025kHz, 12kHz, 16kHz, 22.05kHz, 24kHz, 32kHz @ 24bit, what i saw in that list is the lower frequencies only have 16bit options when they < 44.1kHz:
Then I tried to fall back to UAC1.0, but Windows can only show 48kHz, and 44.1kHz @24bit:
The other sample rates had been added to the USB descriptor:
AS Format Type 1 Descriptor:
0x18 bBitResolution (24 Bits/sample)
0x07 bSamFreqType (Discrete sampling frequencies)
0x001F40 tSamFreq(1) (8000 Hz)
0x002B11 tSamFreq(2) (11025 Hz)
0x002EE0 tSamFreq(3) (12000 Hz)
0x003E80 tSamFreq(4) (16000 Hz)
0x007D00 tSamFreq(5) (32000 Hz)
0x00AC44 tSamFreq(6) (44100 Hz)
0x00BB80 tSamFreq(7) (48000 Hz)
But Windows just cannot show all frequencies in that list.
I cannot figure why. I don't know if there is something else that I need to do to make up that list.
Thanks for your advice.
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