In advanced mode (Advanced Driver switch ON), the UA-4FX can record or play sound in native 24 bits, in either 44.100 Hz, 48.000 Hz or 96.000 Hz sample rates. You can choose sample rates using a switch next to the Advanced Driver switch. At 96 Khz, the device is either capture or playback only. MIDI is enabled. Advanced mode support was added in 2.6.28, see below. In normal mode (Advanced Driver switch OFF), the UA-4FX is fully USB sound compliant. It records at the rate of 44.100 Hz, in 16 bits, and is full-duplex. MIDI is disabled.
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