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 on: February 18, 2020, 02:18:51 pm 
Started by Tore - Last post by Tore

 on: February 14, 2020, 02:36:20 pm 
Started by vrao - Last post by vrao
Hi Peter,

The battery itself has fans and that's loud when it's charging.

The PC fan noise is only barely audible at baseline. I can see at times the PC activates the battery into recharging .... making me think power surge ...

There are pending upgrades ... I know ... in due course.

 on: February 14, 2020, 09:28:25 am 
Started by vrao - Last post by PeterSt

Ehh ... wow ?

VJ, I hope you realize that you're working with the first XXHighEnd PC "with fan noise". The Mach II (no fans at all) and Mach III are completely silent.
Besides that, you don't want to know the improvement just because of the PC alone. It is more important than a DAC these days. I am serious ...

Best regards,

 on: February 14, 2020, 02:00:43 am 
Started by vrao - Last post by vrao
Following up on the eDelta power bank.

I have the "entire" system  running off the grid  Happy  for the few weeks.

Minor hum from the speakers have drastically reduced. Right now there's only minimal fan noise from the XX music server at baseline.

It's s quite incredible that I'm able to run these massive speakers/amplifiers, the music server, and the DAC with the power bank.  Pure battery provides about 5 to 6 hours off music. However right now it is connected in the UPS mode so once in a while the battery automatically recharges.  Although this might be bothersome occasionally during the quieter part of the music passages (fan noise), it is inaudible during playback otherwise.

One thing for sure, the signal to noise ratio has significantly improved. 

 on: February 13, 2020, 01:26:25 pm 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Dear Peter,
please send me another activation code as with this one is not working

 on: February 13, 2020, 09:11:09 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by PeterSt


 on: February 13, 2020, 09:06:47 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Thanks Peter I will do the needful.

 on: February 13, 2020, 09:02:48 am 
Started by Nick - Last post by PeterSt

Yes, strangely enough I came to the same conclusion. 2 or 4 cores not being active sounds the best;
Our nomenclature may be not the same, but for a 14/28 core, setting it to 10/20 sounds the best.

For others and for now : In the (ever) due 2.11, you can just set this number and reboot. Don't like it ? change the setting and reboot again. That is really all.


 on: February 13, 2020, 08:57:54 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by PeterSt
I the put the comp in sleep mode and switched it on and the sound was ckackled.

For Windows (good) audio the computer is not allowed to be in sleep mode ever. So please switch off these "sleep" features.
If you want to stop the PC from being active, just shut it down (via XXHighEnd and right-click on Stop is the best way to do it).

N.b.: The hard error is a Windows 10 thing in MinOS. This is nothing to worry about, assumed it happens to you at shutting down or rebooting the PC.

Best regards,

 on: February 13, 2020, 08:51:34 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by PeterSt
Dear Shreekant,

Off line (PM) I sent you the Activation Code for XXHighEnd.

To me it looks that the only problem you seem to be having is that the DC Offset meters have a loose connection. Therefore you can't see the DC Offset and this in itself implies that you can not set the DC Offset properly.

The result of the above is indeed a channel not playing or playing scratched;
there is nothing to worry because all it requires is connect the wires properly. For now I assume this can be done easily :

Take off the cover and you will see the meters in the left leg. You will automatically find the two pair of wires which go from the meters to elsewhere. You will also see that each wire connects via a small connector to remaining wire, disappearing somewhere. Now, one of these connectors will be half-loose. Best could be to disconnect and reconnect each one.

Btw, you can use the Reply link to add posts to this topic. See little screenshot below. It's in the bottom-right corner.
Kind regards,

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