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 on: April 18, 2015, 02:52:25 pm 
Started by hwk - Last post by Stanray
As with the NOS1, after some experimentation with low SFS values, I settled for a SFS=20 with my NOS1a 75B.
A midway between relaxed and "accurate" sound in my setup.

Regards,
Stanley

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 on: April 18, 2015, 02:11:41 pm 
Started by JohanZ - Last post by PeterSt
Haha. In that case better rename the track to .waa or .flaa or something ?

Happy

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 on: April 18, 2015, 01:48:03 pm 
Started by hwk - Last post by hwk
Hi All,

in the race for the lowest SFS setting (mind you: with my non-NOS1a gear: lowest used SFS 0.47) I was not really happy with the SQ lately. After a weekend with a friend  friends (who is also XXHe, non-NOS1a user) we discovered that with a higher SFS setting, i.c. 62, the SQ was more relaxed and the sound stage was more natural, less upfront. I also think the bass is better. Less "tight"
To all non-NOS1a users: please try and share your opinion with us

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 on: April 18, 2015, 01:26:41 pm 
Started by JohanZ - Last post by hwk
Like I suggested Johan last week when he was here with me: if you don't like a track from an album: simply delete it forever. You aren't forced to listen to music you don't like at all... Grin
In the digital world itsa simple. yes yes

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 on: April 17, 2015, 03:09:54 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by vrao
Well since you guys are blowing kisses at each other I can then reveal another name I was hesitant of doing so earlier ...

NOS "ménage à trois"

 Censored ! pleasantry

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 on: April 17, 2015, 01:47:26 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Gerard
XX

Hey Gerard, we all appreciate what Peter does, but... blowing two kisses to the guy? Com'on, let's not get carried away here.

prankster... of course!

Mani.



hahahaha  rofl rofl

Well to be honest the guy deserves a thousand kisses.

 wub rofl


 7 
 on: April 17, 2015, 11:54:53 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by manisandher
So what's up ?

Nothing! 'Kiss-Kiss-HighEnd' rules...

Mani.

 8 
 on: April 17, 2015, 11:44:36 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt
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blowing two kisses to the guy?

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So Mani, I don't know your background really, but that's girl's notation. Nobody reads that like you !
So what's up ?

hehe

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 on: April 17, 2015, 11:12:48 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by manisandher
XX

Hey Gerard, we all appreciate what Peter does, but... blowing two kisses to the guy? Com'on, let's not get carried away here.

prankster... of course!

Mani.

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 on: April 16, 2015, 06:12:39 pm 
Started by JohanZ - Last post by PeterSt
Johan (and maybe more),

I just sat down for this again but I think there's too much to this to let it work conveniently. So here's what I see in brief for the things I think about with the notice that practice can only be worse (for the things I don't think about at this moment, but have to "work" anyway) :

It needs setting to a special Mode (Play Favorites only). Nice, but strictly this means that an album without denoted Favorite Tracks won't play at all (so a virtual inconsistency is in order).

When you can denote tracks as Favorite, it needs insight in which they are. How ? where all ? Don't underestimate this like for example being in this mode should already not allow to show any Album without Favorites on it, or Tracks which just are not (in the Librry Area).

When you want to undo a Track from being a Favorite, then first you must know that it is one (see topic above). Can't even be a simple toggle because when a track already is Favorite and you forgot about it, it will be gone when you want to denote it as Favorite.

Think especially Unattended and again how to see it and such.

This is all for now but also enough for me to think it requires a "complete system" in itself. And then to think all is already there which you (and maybe others) don't use / don't like to use. It maybe a psychological matter, but look :

First off, personally I don't have albums of which I know in advance which tracks I do NOT want to play. And please remember or keep in mind that I plainly tell you : it is you who twist it like that because you apparently can't accept the normal procedure (see hereafter). What I do, is explicitly obtain the tracks I like in a Gallery we could name "Demo" or whatever, which is thinking the other way around : which tracks would I like to play from that album.

Oh ? you think the same you say ?
Well, then I can't tell why you can't use this normal procedure.

Maybe "Demo" is too much for it (think like the tracks in there being outrageously good) but then there's always the Nice Stuff which is more "soft" for being very good; normally I put complete albums in there but of course we can just as well leave the "not so nice tracks" out of there (and use Alt-C to obtain Tracks-only).

I actually think that you never got used to using Galleries ...

All 'n all and for now :
I can't spend days and days on a "system" which already exists and which would completely redundant for myself. Not that it is about me, but I really don't see the real difference in the purpose which is just playing the better stuff from one album.

Btw, maybe it helps (it should) if you know that the Show Gallery (already present in 1.186-i) is set up as a dynamical one. So actually this is redundant to Demo, but Demo = Demo and Show can change all the time (this is virtual and just think that you regularly change the Gallery Folder to it).
In the upcoming version this being dynamic is extended to being able to change the Show Gallery with a few button presses from the main screen. So if I today feel like playing my Favorite tracks from Albums like you suggest it, I change that Gallery to "Favories" and play everthing which is in there (and which I obviously put in there earlier on). If I then, later, want to use it for my special Orelo Show Off, then I set it to "Orelo" (which in my case mainly contains "bass" tracks).
So notice that this not only allows obtaining the tracks in whatever dynamical Gallery you want by means of Alt-W but also that this Gallery is retrievable by means of the [ S ] button in the left pain (Library Area active).

But I'm afraid that the heck you don't know what I'm talking about because you don't use Galleries (while *everybody* should).
But if you do, then please tell me what's wrong with that for your purpose. I will listen ... yes

Regards,
Peter


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