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 31 
 on: September 03, 2018, 03:16:18 pm 
Started by Gerard - Last post by Gerard
Gerard, maybe your last activities on/for that laptop caused a Windows 10 update ? Or, that happened earlier already but you never tried RDC since ?

Look here :
CredSSP policy change - no RDP possible.

Eh, good luck !
Regards,
Peter

Ah ok....  Happy

It is W7 SP1

Have to try it all again.

 Happy

 32 
 on: September 03, 2018, 02:49:15 pm 
Started by Gerard - Last post by PeterSt
Gerard, maybe your last activities on/for that laptop caused a Windows 10 update ? Or, that happened earlier already but you never tried RDC since ?

Look here :
CredSSP policy change - no RDP possible.

Eh, good luck !
Regards,
Peter

 33 
 on: September 03, 2018, 01:23:22 pm 
Started by Gerard - Last post by Gerard
Hello Peter,

Remember this post?

It has been a long time that i played music and yesterday i could not get it working.

I connected the laptop to the music pc and tried to make the connection by using the shortcut (MSTSC)

Two weeks ago i removed a lot of documents and foto's to make extra space on the laptop.

Could it be that i moved a certain file that i need to make it work?

Thanx Gerard

 34 
 on: September 02, 2018, 10:50:40 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt

So here we go ...

Day before yesterday I thought to change my as of then config A: B-W-Y-W, B: B-W because no matter how greatly surprising it could be at times, I felt it had to be "wrong" but also and merely, the highs were a that too smeared for my liking. I mean, I know of better situations (regardless Lush^2) with the highs, and then also the conig prior to the just mentioned did that, but too much of it (too white).

So in I went with a fairly random but "just another" A: A: B-W & Y-R, B: B-W-Y-R. Thus at the source (A) Inner connected to connector, and at the target (B) all connected to the connector. Well ...
No.
Maybe I am wrong. but from the few similar permutations I tried, I recall that everything which connects at the target end but not on the source end, is odd for sound. Thus, something like : what is connected at the target's end but is not at the source end, kind of literally backfires towards the source end. Mind you, this is a line of thinking I adopt now, hoping for some logical reasoning.
The sound of this is super short and super dry and possibly it could have something, weren't it that the basses become unrecognizable of it and the highs show raspiness (like interrupted 200 times per second). My notes (and you should keep notes too !!) tell that there's also a whole lacking "lower highs" area. And oh, it is the first time on this forum that I am compelled to talk about "lower highs" (whereever that exactly is).

Then a next one came in soon, A: A: B-R, B: B-R. Aha, look, you can see that I now start to think from mere logic reasoning. Thus, instead of working with the Inner connected to the connector(s) I now thought to for a first time use an other - the Outer. Thus, at both ends the Outer connected to the Connector and that's all. It showed.
This should be the most similar to the original Lush, at least to my ears and remembrance. Maybe a tad less special than what I heard from my original Lush, and/but for me outside of the Mach III Audio PC (but I am using the Mach III). Anyway, better than the proposed and supposedly theoretically best Lush^1 resemblance - using the Inner to connect to both connectors. Theoretically because nothing much physically changed to the Lush^1 now, except for all the additional layers of Shield and Isolation.
After hearing this - nothing wrong with this and people should start out with this (read : we should ship the Lush^2 with this, perhaps), I can reason that the setup of the cable could resemble the Lush^1 because the Outermost shield is the one which is connected. So indeed, for the Lush^1 this would be true too (because there is only one shield it would be the Outermost, right ?).
I listened to this config for the next two hours, before the say was over. My idea about it : nothing wrong with it, but most certainly also nothing special with it.

Then yesterday came. Long before the playback session of the evening I had already written down a new A: A: B-Y & W-R, B: B-Y & W-R. And with this, I forced nyself to find configs "with reason". And well, this one is about the thought of balance, and how the Middle shield connects to the both connectors, that shield in itself protected by and surrounded with the two other shields. The "protected by" is quite explicit, because if those two, Inner and Outer would also connect to the connectors, it wouldn't be protective (in my electrical view and thinking). Thus, both the Inner and Outer shields just open ended at both sides, BUT connected to each other and thus not to the Middle shield.
And really, at the first hit (I am serious !) you can hear it is right.

This one, so far, has it all. It shows superb bass which also sings (see earlier post). It has highs which are "normal", but which somehow manage to squeeze out even more detail all over (read : actually continuously and not only "occasionally"). All, really all contains new sounds while at the same time music as such is playing (this latter is THE task). The electric butterflies are there, meaning that the spookiness is all over there again, but this time never in a way that you'd think : right, nice, but this has to be wrong.

What is completely new is what I think exactly lacked at the first config I wrote about in this post : an area of lower highs which now is profound. It makes electric guitars show a super steadiness, opposed to flanger (hopefully it is clear what I mean here). It is also the area where leannes could happen - as I now learned. Something like : if there's a profound top end but right under that there's a relative nothing, we might experience this as lean. Make that the other way around and the sound becomes full, with as key the top end still being there as much as before (or otherwise the stuffed ears feeling becomes profound).

Somehow this config not only comes across as correct all over and balanced all over (which would be the same thing) but also as technically behaving consistently over the whole (audible) frequency range. This in itself would be the same as "balanced" but this latter is only the expression of the behavior (and how we perceive it). Thus, while this shielding is somehow attacking frequency areas, this config attacks all areas similarly, or, does not inluence them similarly (this is about what actually is the culprit in there - which we or at least I don't know yet).

If there is one thing that could be improved upon - after my observation of 3-4 hours of listening to this - it is mentioned now more profound lower highs. I mean, I like that very much, but the toilet test shows that exactly these frequencies are heard best being in the toilet, behind two closed doors down the road.

I will listen to this for several days now (unless something starts to annoy) and for those who like to experiment faster than me, my next one undoubtedly will be this one : A: A: B-Y & W-R, B: W-R. This disconnected the Middle from the target (B) connector and leave it open. The "protection" of the other two shields remain as they were.

Peter

 35 
 on: September 01, 2018, 11:21:41 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Tims

I think I found a new "best" again ...
teasing
Don't keep us waiting...... smile

Drumming ! Drumming ! Drumming ! Happy new year ! Nice

 36 
 on: September 01, 2018, 07:38:01 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt

I think I found a new "best" again ...
teasing

 37 
 on: September 01, 2018, 03:19:23 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Nick
Tim hi,

Im using  A: B-W-Y-R, B: B-W.
Will give Peter's other config a go. I have been putting some hours on the cable to burn it in so havent tried anything else as yet.

Nick.

 38 
 on: September 01, 2018, 05:38:44 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by Tims
The UPS Elves deliverd a Lush^2 this morning  Happy

Its way too fast for a fast first post really, but bare with me. After a few hours of run and using settup A: B-W-Y-R, B: B-W  ..........

Nick.

Hi Nick

Just confirming: your setup is A: B-W-Y-R, B: B-W and not Peter's
A: B-W & Y-R, B: B-W?
If so, did you try his shield configuration but found your configuration is better in your system?




 39 
 on: August 31, 2018, 12:44:12 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt

Well Fred and others ...

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we changed (Dave did but it was easy even for me) from my 14/28 cores to 10/20 in the Bios.

Fred is up to the next task, and Dave may not be coming around soon again (he feels teased). So Fred, get out your tools and apply this :

Move the inner memory DIMMS (the both closest to the processor heatsink) to the outermost free slots.

So we want some fun eh ?
Let us know whether you still see 48GB of memory after the change, or that all broke except the hammer. If the former, try more superlatives (or not, as long as it is honest).

Best regards,
Peter Party

 40 
 on: August 31, 2018, 12:34:57 pm 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt
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Not sure how much Lush^2 had to do with this

What was the percentage ?
So you know, this gets a bit dangerous because say bourbon of 40% now will become 40%^2. Fysiologically this may bring some problems, while physics tell me it can't even exist.
All I can say is that because you were with 2, you can devide the 40^2 by 2. But I promise : this doesn't help much.

Peter

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