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 on: February 17, 2018, 10:27:35 pm 
Started by RiCo - Last post by Kravi4ka

I honestly hate to bring this up but I read everything very carefully, did all I read here, several times and I cannot get the HQplayer to make a single sound through the NOS1a G3...

I did a fresh driver installation on a computer that doesn't have an XXhighend player installed(managed to do so after I switched off "signed off" in Windowds 10), then I went to Sounds and found the Phasure 1.0.4 WDM driver 4.0, disabled all enhancements. Even set it up as default once.

Then I run Control board, chose 384000 and then 352.K and hit apply. Chose 12ms for the USB buffer.

Then went to HQplayer setup and checked all the boxes as per Mani's instructions.

When I load a file by drag and drop on HQP and press play I get a window that as below the progress bar and a blue line goes from left to right and sometimes back but I never hear sound and the progress bar never moves... Did it a million times, the log files sometimes says that there is not enough space to perform the task, sometimes it says it could not push it to the FIFO.

One thing that I find weird is that when I try to add a file through HQP library it never recognizes music files.

Any other ideas I could try? That is with both up and down positions of Switch#5...

Decided to ask, Mani is probably very tired from my emails.

 on: February 17, 2018, 12:43:43 pm 
Started by Nick - Last post by PeterSt
Thank you Juan.

 on: February 17, 2018, 11:36:36 am 
Started by Nick - Last post by juanpmar
It is difficult to choose between the two SFS settings (10.19 / 20.19), but with some of my references to check the quality of highs and lows such as Bach's Tocata and fugue in d minor by Marie Claire Alain, it's perceived clearly that the highs have some aggressiveness with 20.19. In addition there seems to be more depth of the sound scene with SFS 10.19. This does not mean that with other less extreme recordings the preference would be 20.19


 on: February 17, 2018, 09:22:51 am 
Started by Telstar - Last post by PeterSt

 on: February 16, 2018, 08:30:52 pm 
Started by bodiebill - Last post by Telstar
I'll add my thoughts here.
Nobody else tried Server 2016? And which build?
Some people in other places *that dont use xxhe* swear by it sounding better than w10.

Since I discovered my cpu is 64 bit, I want to try that too, once I decided what sounds better between my old w7 setup and w10 14393.

 on: February 16, 2018, 08:27:26 pm 
Started by Telstar - Last post by Telstar
Oh well. Going to RDC route ASAP.

That is also fanless, if you don't install that GTX. Happy

Yeah, I know, but i lack cores. Not sure how much the quad will help.

 on: February 16, 2018, 08:22:21 pm 
Started by Telstar - Last post by Telstar
Noname usb3 card with renesas chipset installed.
Belkin usb2 highspeed standard cable plugged and ready to transmit all the cr*p in the world  unhappy
Listening tests after weekend Happy

 on: February 16, 2018, 06:00:39 pm 
Started by Nick - Last post by PeterSt
Thank you for the feedback, Robert.


 on: February 16, 2018, 02:17:06 am 
Started by Nick - Last post by Robert
Tried 10.19 but back to 20.19. 10.19 feels less detailed, less bass impact for me. I may be deafer to sharpness from industrial noise over the years. Once again depends on recording. Melody Gardot's latest live release in 24/48 is excellent.

 on: February 15, 2018, 08:23:19 am 
Started by Nick - Last post by PeterSt
Telstar - It is in this topic. Best is to use ctrl-f for search the page and then search for [space]0.9
Then you run into them.

If that is what you meant ... Happy

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