Two days ago I bought a UR22 MKII and since then I am trying to make it work corretly on my machine. The problem is that the sound produced by Steinberg UR22 is okay at the beginnig, but after a while it becomes more and more noisy. After a minute it can not be used at all.
I have played with the buffer size for the UR 22 in the Yamaha driver settings (in ASIO offline settings too), but it only affects the time until the sound becomes noisy. To be clear, little buffer size kills the sound in 30 seconds, bigger, like 256 lasts for a minute and a half.
Please help me out with this, because if I can not make it work properly, I have to return it to the shop in 6 days.
Thank you in advance!
PS: It’s a shame that there is no official support mail address
got same problem,on new drivers everything works as it supposed to work,but then after a while a higly pitch distorstion comes in,i tried use drivers that comes in cd,but,that driver dont work that well,it has problems when switching from 44,1 to other settings,and somethimes sound not playn,but it solves that distorted sound,so yea,its not a fix,please steinberg fix this!
Unless I am totally misunderstanding things… I think having your speakers plugged into your PC rather than your UR22 means that the UR22 has nothing to do with any audio output you hear.
To hear your UR22’s output your speakers need to be connected to the UR22’s 'LINE OUTPUT’s at the back of the unit.
You must have your speakers plugged into your UR22, otherwise it’s a bit like plugging your headphones into a fridge and wondering why you can’t hear the mp3 you just set playing on your phone!
I guess in the setup you describe the UR22 is acting purely as an input and then your onboard sound device is acting as an output. Not an ideal setup. Plug your speakers into your UR22 and turn off your onboard sound.
You got it right. The strage thing that the sound is perfect for 30-40 seconds using the onboard sound chip, and after a while it becomes very noisy. Connecting the speakers to the line output of the UR22 solves the problem.
Yeah, I’m surprised you get to hear anything with the onboard/UR22 working together like that!
I think connecting the speakers to the UR22 is definitely the way to go.
And apologies for addressing my previous reply to Stefan! I was confused. I am usually confused!