Unsupported ASI66xx and ASI56xx Rev D and older adapters 2019-4-25
Due to changes in PCI(e) implementations in motherboard designs first noted in early 2019, some older unsupported AudioScience products may not work properly in newer systems. This will usually result in a system not recognizing that one of these cards have been installed at all and installing the drivers will have no effect. We have identified Rev D and older cards to be most likely to suffer from this issue.
ASI5111/5211 Auto Clock switching issue 2015-23-14Some ASI5111 and ASI5211 cards may exhibit an issue whereby the AES/EBU input appears to have a valid input when none is actually present. Because, by default, the card will automatically switch to the sample clock generated by the AES/EBU input, this will cause erroneous clocking and garbled audio.
We thereby recommend that you turn off the automatic clock switching feature of the ASI5111/5211. To do this run ASIControl and select the ClockSourceIn 1 node of the ASI5111/5211. Un-check the “Auto Clock Switching” checkbox. Then change the “Clock Source” to “Local”, if it is not already set to “Local”
Note: To use the AES/EBU input as a source of audio in the future, you will need to manually set the Clock Source” to “AES/EBU Sync” before attempting any recording.
ASI5111/5211 Rev F+ Adapters 2012-11-14