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 on: January 20, 2019, 09:59:52 pm 
Started by Robert - Last post by BertD

I have to ask are you still using barebone Intona?


No Intona here ... haven't tried it for a while either.

Bert

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 on: January 19, 2019, 05:57:53 am 
Started by hudesigns - Last post by PeterSt

Dear Zheng,

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My old settings were Q1=30, xQ1=10 which I presume to be too high for my meager PC.

I think I said SFS, but it is about what you mention (the net Q1 value). This is not related to a too meager PC etc., but it relates to how a larger buffer is dealt with internally. With the smaller settings it will still "cut" at the change of format or end of the playlist, but you may not be able to detect it any more. Say that a Q1 of 1x 11 implies a cut off of 100ms then 10x 11 implies 1000ms (one second). And so on. The speed of the PC does not matter to this.

Kind regards,
Peter

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 on: January 19, 2019, 05:31:51 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by Robert
Bert most certainly liking Custom Low setting now. Going back to Arc I can hear what you describe.
I have to ask are you still using barebone Intona?

Robert

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 on: January 18, 2019, 05:19:31 pm 
Started by hudesigns - Last post by hudesigns
Hi Peter,
This is just FYI and might be helpful to others who have similar issues. It turns out that after I adjusted the Q1 and xQ1 values, the problem was basically solved. My old settings were Q1=30, xQ1=10 which I presume to be too high for my meager PC. The new settings are Q1=11, xQ1=1. So far it seems to be working fine. No more choke at the end of a track especially when it is the last or only track in playlist.
Best,
Zheng

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 on: January 17, 2019, 10:43:47 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Nick
Thanks Mani,

Might be with a try with A: B-W-Y-R, B: B-W-Y. Gives a very nice sound here but quite livley compared : B-A: B-W-Y-R, B: B-W-R.

Nick.

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 on: January 17, 2019, 09:05:42 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by manisandher
What Lush setting were we listing to yesterday at yours ?

Hi Nick, we were listening to A: B-W-Y-R  B: B-W-R.

(The Lush^2 is 4-5 weeks old, so I suppose we can assume it's settled down?)

Mani.

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 on: January 17, 2019, 09:03:08 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by manisandher
... your config was not the same in any of your listed trials ... (that I can see).

You see correctly. I thought that I had tried it, but I hadn't. (I will do though!)

Mani.

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 on: January 17, 2019, 08:52:10 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt

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trying to apply  A: B-W-R-Y, B: B-W-R in the dark and could not see the colours properly Happy

Hahahaha - That could be the best way !

Nick, I will try that (A: B-W-Y-R, B: B-W-Y) for sure.
Thanks a lot,
Peter

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 on: January 17, 2019, 07:13:51 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Nick
Hi,

Just to add another combo into the mix (Im not sure if this has been visited by someone before).

I have been using A: B-W-R-Y, B: B-W-Y for ages now. I think I got to this setup  trying to apply  A: B-W-R-Y, B: B-W-R in the dark and could not see the colours properly  Happy

For me  A: B-W-R-Y, B: B-W-Y brings a very livley but natural sound. Getting great presence and stage with excellent base weight speed and pitch.

Regards,
Nick.

Edit - notation was not the standard format.

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 on: January 17, 2019, 06:50:37 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt
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Yeah, I already determined this (edit: actually not exactly the same, but similar) back in September:

Mani, I don't think that you referred to your config which was "not exactly the same" and you merely refer to your judgment, right ?
I mean, your config was not the same in any of your listed trials ... (that I can see).

Kind regards,
Peter



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