Well, that you should have a stable system. Stable-wrong or stable-right. But not at the will of God
Peter, you mentioned the paragraph above referring to what boleary said on plugging and unplugging the USB drives and/or other components. Doing it creates electronic imbalances that affect the sound. http://www.phasure.com/index.php?topic=3453.msg37458#msg37458
This is now my system configuration:Dock with 2 music drives (2Tb each) > USB 3.0 cable > Music PC (W10) used exclusively to manage the Remote Desktop > Ethernet Gigabyte cable > Switch > Ethernet Gigabyte cable > Audio Pc with the Ram-disk.
The idea behind the Ram-disk is to keep the Audio Pc as "clean" as possible to get better sound. I wonder if removing the Ram-disk once it is loaded into memory can produce also some kind of instability in the system. In any case, is there a sequence or an exact moment to pull the Ram-disk? And also, once the Ram-disk is out, could shut down the Music Pc? Could this also alter the stability of the system?
Iīm not talking about unplugging here, the reference to the boleary post was based only in the electronic instability that could produce the pull of the ramdisk, although I guess that there is none. On the other hand to turn off of the Music Pc is mostly based in the noise it produces in my room. Although it has some inconveniences because once you charge a list of music you canīt do anything if you have no active the Remote desktop. Well, this is probably not a good idea and the solution is to find a quieter Music Pc.