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 on: March 11, 2018, 09:44:21 am 
Started by Stanray - Last post by arvind
Hi Peter,

Unfortunately I still have the problem of no cover art using FLAC files. Whether the music data is on hdd or NAS, there is no cover art.

Best regards,


 on: March 10, 2018, 09:50:29 pm 
Started by manisandher - Last post by PeterSt
Hi Richard,

Thank you for the log files, but I don't see much wrong in it (I see explicitly correct things).

that's the topic for the MQA decoding issue on my music PC.

This though would literally be incorrect because we have a Music Server PC and an Audio PC (the latter would be your Stealth).
So decoding is performed on the Audio PC and the Music Server PC only takes care of the Hires Audio Logo (like the "96" from the Plant album). Say that it sticks it on.
This summarized, I may wonder from which PC the log file you sent me, comes from.
Also, show me you Plant album because I want to see that logo (it does not matter from which PC you grab the coverart file, but for yourself it is best when you first see it in the Library Area so if you see the "96" logo, you can be assured the coverart file must be in there somewhere.
I think it is the least ambiguous when you only look at your Music Server PC for it (your Surface, I think).

Best regards,

 on: March 10, 2018, 09:35:34 pm 
Started by Telstar - Last post by PeterSt
05 | Installing and using a RAMDisk (IMDisk).

There's a section in there "Space required".

 on: March 10, 2018, 09:32:44 pm 
Started by Stanray - Last post by PeterSt
Hi Richard,

I am sorry, but this all makes no sense to me. It seems that the only one who can solve this is you, by means of finding the merit of things. Also it looks that you are the only one experiencing this issue, meaning that I don't even think that Arvind suffers from this. But if he reads this I hope he will tell.

Please notice that by now "half of us" draw the music files over the network from a source elsewhere. "Music files" is the contents of a folder (plus sub folders when there). There shouldn't be a difference between NAS or "Music Server PC" in the sense that XXHighEnd doesn't know what either is. It is just a network connection and you can virtualize that a "copy command" copies them from the network source to the Audio PC. So all I can imagine is that the source doesn't let go (does not enumerate) everything and therefore it just lacks later, when needed.

My advice for now : Try to connect to a random other source on the LAN and see whether it makes a difference. Maybe not easy to set up if you actually don't have one (but it could be a laptop), but I don't know what to do otherwise anyway. Doesn't happen often but in this case it does. Sorry !

Kind regards,

 on: March 10, 2018, 09:16:38 pm 
Started by manisandher - Last post by Rmalits
Hi Peter,
I have sent you an email with the log file, containing the MQA download and decoding of the Robert Plant album mentioned in this topic.
The problem is, that it's decoded onto 48/24 instead of 96/24.
Kind regards

 on: March 10, 2018, 08:55:43 pm 
Started by manisandher - Last post by Rmalits
Hi Peter,

that's the topic for the MQA decoding issue on my music PC.
Looking it through again I just realized that I didn't email you the log file yet. I apologise and I try to email you one within the next hour.

Kind regards

 on: March 10, 2018, 08:40:00 pm 
Started by Stanray - Last post by Rmalits
1) Playing music from my Synology NAS:
When I play flac files in unattended mode, what I do most of the time, no wallpaper appears at all.
When I play wav files in in unattended mode, I get the wallpaper...

Hi Peter,
the posts above describe the wallpaper issue when using a NAS.
In attended mode coverart always works fine.
In unattanded mode it works well for WAV files now, but coverart never shows up for FLAC files, although all tracks are already loaded before playback starts.
BTW, this is the only problem when my audio PC loads the music files directly from the NAS.

Kind regards

 on: March 10, 2018, 03:06:30 pm 
Started by Telstar - Last post by Telstar
Do I need 20GB, Peter?

Hi Telstar,

No. Unless you are going to work with the real higher SFS like 100+. But this is not comon any more.
12GB will do. Happy

When you want to play around with a RAM disk, then anything is possible.

Be careful with the "uneven" number of memory modules; not all MoBo's take 3 (but do take 1, 2 or 4).


I remember i was doing something with the ramdisk in(putting XXE in there or copying the files i guess).
I got a good deal for 2x8GB, which added to the 2x2GB currently installed makes 20GB.
I'm going this route.

Then I could make a 8GB ramdisk for files, correct? Too much?
I'll never be able to put the OS in there, just files and/or xxhe.

 on: March 10, 2018, 10:28:51 am 
Started by acg - Last post by acg
Hi Peter,

In the search dialog box, the one used for Tidal searches, could you please add a button that clears all of the text boxes?  Hopefully you know what I mean.



 on: March 10, 2018, 05:50:06 am 
Started by PeterSt - Last post by PeterSt

I start to recognize that people using an email address like [MyEmailName]@gmx.[country] (country is "de" (Germany) ?) will not receive emails from sales at phasure com.

I don't know how we can solve this, but I already heard from one of you that the gmx domain causes more trouble than only not receiving emails from me. So the issue is on the gmx side ? ... not sure. But maybe a few of you can give them a call and we can sort out things together. It is quite (no, very) inconvenient, because the emails I send just don't arrive without any notice. So you ask a nice question, I even give a more nice answer, but it doesn't arrive and obviously you think I never answered. Next I think "oh well, he got angry".


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