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 on: October 22, 2019, 10:50:36 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Dear Peter,
my mail id is :  shreekant.somany@gmail.com

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 on: October 22, 2019, 07:41:55 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Dear Peter,
If you want me to send the DAC could you please send a mail asking me to send the the Dac for free servicing for the customs in india. This will help. If there are any charges I can pay through PayPal later.
Thanks,
Shreekant

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 on: October 21, 2019, 08:42:33 pm 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Dear Peter,
IĎAm sorry to have used whatís app i did it only because my engineer was available incase there was something you could do. Now that I have done all you suggested , do you want me to send the DAC to you ? Please let me know.
Shreekant

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 on: October 21, 2019, 02:34:52 pm 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Dear Peter,
I reinstalled the NOS 1.04b driver after going into 14393 base in normal OS. The message flashing is the same.
My engineer is here, would you like to come on screen share if you are free.
Shreekant

 5 
 on: October 18, 2019, 10:14:33 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Thanks Peter, I will reload the NOS driver on monday and let you know.
shreekant

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 on: October 18, 2019, 09:12:06 am 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by PeterSt
Maybe if you go to Normal OS mode, and re-install the NOS1 Driver things start to work again ?
When you boot into 14393.0 BASE (don't forget to go to Normal OS), the Driver will be on drive D:.

I suppose it won't matter, but use an other album to rule out it is the album causing this.

Regards,
Peter

 7 
 on: October 17, 2019, 02:04:42 pm 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Dear Peter,
I put my old xxh PC but the result is the same. I noticed the green led inside the Dac, when the pc is active it blinks for a few seconds and then stops but stays on.
It seems to me that there is something in the Dac which needs to be corrected. If there is anything I need to check pls let me know.
Incidentally the setting of the xxh is the same that I have been using.
Shreekant

 8 
 on: October 17, 2019, 12:48:32 pm 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Hi Peter,
Fortunately, I still have my old PC, I will put it and see if it works. Wii let you know in a couple of hours.
Shreekant

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 on: October 16, 2019, 03:43:49 pm 
Started by briefremarks - Last post by Nick

Hi Nick,

Quote
Won't bother you with how the issue was isolated, but it turned out to be the short USB cable on my NOS1. Once it was pinpointed I put a meter on the short USB d+ and d- pins. The resistance was all over the place anything from 100 ohms to a few K ohms ! The culprit was the moulded connector at the small end of the cable. Move the cable near the connector and the resistance went anywhere.

I am afraid that I had read that, but this is exactly the part that doesn't make sense to me.
You imply that you connected measurement wires to the d+/d- pads somehow (how ??) and you say that you move *the* (??) cable near *the* ?? connector and that this influenced the resistance.
For me this is 3 parts I each don't understand.
And oh, I am not saying that something is not - or can't be true Ö I just don't understand.

You seem to move the cable in a magnetic field and then the resistance changed ?
Ö So now you'll understand how I read your text, OK ?

Peter

Hi Peter,

Its nothing complex, just a faulty USB cable. The d+ d- pina in a USB cable are the data differential pair (sure you know that). The resistance measured was from the USB cable's A type connector d+ to the B type connector d+ pin (same for the d- pins).

The cable's d+ and d- wires had a physical connection problem inside the cables moulded B type connector on the cable. As the cable was put under any physical stress (eg bending) the  resistance which sould be close to zero ohms for each  data line went all over the place from a few ohms to 10s of K ohms. Amazing that the NOS worked with this problem in the short USB cable.

All I am describing measuring the "broken" cable on its own.

Cheers,

Nick.

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 on: October 16, 2019, 02:10:06 pm 
Started by Shreekant Somany - Last post by Shreekant Somany
Hi Peter,
I changed the cable there is no difference.
I have attached the screen shot of the control panel.
When i play a track, the green Led blinks and after a few seconds stops blinking.
I donít have a pc but if a lap top can be connected to the Dac I can do it.
Shreekant

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