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 61 
 on: October 11, 2017, 06:51:40 am 
Started by Andre - Last post by Andre
Hi Peter,
can you elaborate on building of an AMD Threadripper sound pc?
A lot of CPU cores for reasonable price...
Will XXHighEnd work with Threadripper or any other Ryzen?
What are your thoughts about this topic?
Thanks in advance!
 Wink

 62 
 on: October 11, 2017, 06:45:25 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by Robert
Well today I booted Oppo and computer/Ram OS into action and everything worked perfectly all day. Mind you I removed Intona before doing this. Need to repeat this.

The Oppo can definitely take 32/768 input.

Your new settings are better sounding.

Robert

 63 
 on: October 10, 2017, 08:16:21 pm 
Started by Robert - Last post by PeterSt
Robert,

I must call back on my idea about the DAC. I mean, I suddenly recall "the first track only" and how could that be the DAC ...

Possibly it is the 32 bits which I *do* pass on to the DAC. So for me and most they are cut (to 24 bits), but not for your 32 bits DAC ...

Regards,
Peter

 64 
 on: October 10, 2017, 07:16:08 pm 
Started by BertD - Last post by PeterSt
The Driver Sigining is not related to this.

thankyou

 65 
 on: October 10, 2017, 04:24:42 pm 
Started by BertD - Last post by BertD
OK

Changed to BASE and changed the settings still being in Minimized Mode:

- Stable to Not Stable and vice versa (2x reboot)
- Optimal to Not Optimal and vice versa (2x Reboot)
- Changed to Normal Mode (needed to activate new settings where certain services are needed) and back to Minimized (2x reboot)

From there back to booting in RAM and now all looks the same except for Driver Signing as this is not (?) related...

 66 
 on: October 10, 2017, 03:19:06 pm 
Started by BertD - Last post by BertD

The Driver Sigining is not related to this.

Still it shows different in the settings. RAM all false and BASE all OK hence the question(s).

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But, do notice that it would be an easy mistake to copy back from a backup "copy" of the OS, and forget about this.

I did not copy anything back... I just made it work for the RAM disc once I started with that version in my PC and never changed anything after.

I never checked if it looks OK in RAM too though but as far as I can understand your answer... it should look correct and the same in both settings (RAM and BASE)?

I will "redeo" the whole sequence (Driver Signing not included because this is not relevant???).

Can this be done in Minimized?

Bert

 67 
 on: October 10, 2017, 03:05:54 pm 
Started by Robert - Last post by PeterSt
Robert,

I would ask the manufacturer (and learn a few new languages on the fly Happy).
(btw, I talked about the DAC and not PC or something)

Easiest would be to lend a DAC from someone (or a shop).

I am just thinking ... You will have a kind of strange problem, because you can not ask it to anyone (e.g. CA) because there will be nobody with 24/768 playback software. AFAIK only XXHighEnd and HQPlayer, but both do that explicitly for the NOS1 as there is no other DAC functioning like this. And your Oppo will have an AKM D/A chip (32 bit) I suppose.

But thinking further again ...

The Driver software you will be having for that, should be Chinese XMos stuff. Nothing about the Chinese, but it won't be much official.
Can I be right ?

Peter

 68 
 on: October 10, 2017, 02:57:07 pm 
Started by BertD - Last post by PeterSt
Bert,

The Driver Sigining is not related to this.

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Do I need to redo the whole sequence again?

I don't know about "again". Unless this is your implied answer to my question you quoted (read : I still don't have the answer, really).
But you must apply that procedure and when you did that one time, it is sufficient for "ever".
But, do notice that it would be an easy mistake to copy back from a backup "copy" of the OS, and forget about this. Also, you can take it for granted that this was not yet done in your RAM-OS Disk, because the functionality emerged later, in 2.07.

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The Driver Signing and Stable options were set correctly with the previous XX version (2.04 I believe).

Which makes that impossible. Wink

Also notice that this is about OS settings and not XXHighEnd settings or dynamically by XXHighEnd changed settings. You must really press those buttons ("Change") before something is applied to the OS and which comes through after a reboot.

Peter

 69 
 on: October 10, 2017, 11:08:20 am 
Started by Robert - Last post by Robert
Where would you suggest to start to look for electrical error: Computer hardware ie: motherboard, power supply?

Could well be software bug in Dac. 

Robert

 70 
 on: October 10, 2017, 09:09:50 am 
Started by BertD - Last post by BertD

I am not sure you just told that you did exactly that, so let's have that out of the way first ... OK ?


Not excactly after the update to 2.07+ but going back from RAM boot to BASE boot to see if the settings show okay in there after I found out that it shows "off" in RAM.

EDIT:  Do I need to redo the whole sequence again? Trying to change all settings and re-asigning the drivers?

I did not change anything to XX after copy all new 2.07 (and 2.08) into the present XX folder to upgrade. The Driver Signing and Stable options were set correctly with the previous XX version (2.04 I believe).

Bert

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