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is setting the axe3 to 44khz impossible?

bradlake

Axe-Master
Can’t be done by Axe alone , it’s locked to 48...some other interfaces will do the conversion on the fly
 
OK thanks. My computer dosen't play blu-rays, and I was just trying to connect my blu-ray to the axe3 as a interface to get audio to my monitors, but I guess I will have to just buy a blueray player for the computer. The blueray puts out 44khz so thats why im not getting sound when i run the spdif out on the bluray to the spdif in on the axe 3, been trying to figure that out a couple hours now.
 

GaryB

Inspired
OK thanks. My computer dosen't play blu-rays, and I was just trying to connect my blu-ray to the axe3 as a interface to get audio to my monitors, but I guess I will have to just buy a blueray player for the computer. The blueray puts out 44khz so thats why im not getting sound when i run the spdif out on the bluray to the spdif in on the axe 3, been trying to figure that out a couple hours now.

Any reason you don't run analog out of the blu-ray into the computer, or directly to your monitors? I don't own a blu-ray player, but I assume they have analog audio outputs?
 

mcmurray

Inspired
Any reason you don't run analog out of the blu-ray into the computer, or directly to your monitors? I don't own a blu-ray player, but I assume they have analog audio outputs?

The Axe Fx will sound waaaay better unless it's a top shelf Blu Ray player.
 
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