2. To disable the operating system's sound scheme
Under default OS settings, computer events may be accompanied by audio signals and beeps
that are audible through the speakers attached to the device. In the event you do not wish to
hear such non-music signals, follow the instructions listed below:
Click [Start] [Control Panel] [Hardware and Sound] [Sound].
Click on the [Sounds] tab, and for the [Sound scheme], select [No Sounds],
then click on [Apply].
3. To set the sampling frequency for audio data output from your computer
By synchronizing the sampling frequency of playback files with the transmission sampling rate,
sound can be transmitted without the need for frequency conversion.
When a high sampling frequency is set on a computer with inadequate processing capacity,
audio playback may be disrupted. In this event, the bit rate and frequency should be set to low
values such as 2-channel, 24-bit, 44100 Hz.
Click on [Start] [Control Panel] [Hardware and Sound] [Sound].
Under the [Playback] tab, for [Speakers], double click on [Pioneer USB D/A
Converter] to display the Properties.