Symptom: Port Source Setting for Symphony 64 cannot be successfully changed from System Preferences/Sound.
Solution: There is a known issue with changing the Symphony64 card Source setting from 1 port to 2 ports or vice versa can cause "System Preferences/Sound" to hang or "beach ball"
We recommend using Audio MIDI Setup (found in Applications > Utilities > Audio MIDI Setup) to change the Symphony64 card Source for the ports. Always remember to quit all applications and restart the computer after changing the number of ports.
"There is no sound coming out of the interface in which the X-HD card is installed. What settings should I check?"
If you are using a Rosetta 800 or Rosetta 200, you need to set the Source to Analog Outputs to Option. If you are using the DA-16X, make sure that INPUT is set to Option.
By default, the Rosetta is set for ADAT optical. If you want to change it to S/PDIF optical, hold down the "Sample Rate (AES FMT)" button. On the Source to Digital Outputs, the ADAT and AES LEDs should be lit. Hit the "Source (SRC)" button to change it to "S/P OPT." If you want to go back to ADAT, just do the exact same procedure again. Keep in mind that if you reset the Rosetta 200 by holding down the sample rate button when powering the unit on, it will reset the optical format to ADAT.
It is not possible to use SRC with an option card installed in the Rosetta 200. When an option card is installed, it is not possible to set the Rosetta 200 to a different sample rate than the session sample rate of the DAW. This makes it impossible to send audio out of the DAW at one sample rate and then send it out one of the Rosetta 200's digital outputs at a different sample rate using SRC.