Author Topic: g5a audio lag  (Read 1655 times)

vrf (OP)

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g5a audio lag
« on: February 22, 2014, 03:52:28 pm »
So... how's the audio lag on the G5A? That's the one thing that keeps be from picking up an Android handheld. Seems like there's always a noticeable audio lag in emulators, and the one thing keeping them back from desktop-class emulator performance.

lemmywinks

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Re: g5a audio lag
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2014, 11:28:30 pm »
Still depends on the emulator. ePSXe and FPSE have noticeable lag, Retroarch is fine, Broglia's EMUs are ok, Reicast has slight lag (not noticeable unless you listen out for it). Mupen64 has noticeable lag similar to the two PS1 emulators mentioned above, N64oid is much better (I don't notice any). DraStic is fine.

That's all I can think of right now.
Handhelds:
GPD Win, GPD XD 64gb, Pap KIII-Plus, RS-97, RS-90, New Bittboy, 3DS XL, DSi XL, GBA SP, GBBC Clone, Gameboy Pocket, PSP Go,
PC:
HP Envy M6, Acer 522, Dell Mini 9
Psion 5 & 5MX
Tons of other old laptops and tablets.....

skelton

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Re: g5a audio lag
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2014, 09:06:00 am »

epsxe has low latency option that reduce sound lag to the mininum. It's practically perfect for me.
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lemmywinks

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Re: g5a audio lag
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2014, 09:43:17 am »
Last time I tried that it was glirchy, was a whle ago though.
Handhelds:
GPD Win, GPD XD 64gb, Pap KIII-Plus, RS-97, RS-90, New Bittboy, 3DS XL, DSi XL, GBA SP, GBBC Clone, Gameboy Pocket, PSP Go,
PC:
HP Envy M6, Acer 522, Dell Mini 9
Psion 5 & 5MX
Tons of other old laptops and tablets.....