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 91 
 on: February 09, 2018, 03:40:01 pm 
Started by arvind - Last post by Telstar
The interface has to be there, and the last time I looked into it (say a year ago or so) it did not exist. Oh, it exists, but by means of tricks I need to apply too. But two time the same trick on top of each other does not work.

Or put in another way : they must be natively 24/768.

Then the fpga needs to be programmed and a custom driver written. All current implementations support only 24/192 although multichannel. The bandiwth is way more than USB2 and is not a constraint.

I expected to see already something in this direction but nada, zero. The AES67 standard is 2 years old already. Yes, I'm talking about Dante/Ravenna here.
Alas, after 5 years (3 of which I have been away and the others moving) I expected to see usb3 receivers as well with multichannel DXD but I was wrong. There are none.

On paper AOIP is superior to USB, the cables do NOT resent as much from pc-induced noise, and it shouldnt be harder to implement.

 92 
 on: February 09, 2018, 10:18:37 am 
Started by phantomax - Last post by phantomax
Hello Peter,

I don't get that error. I think is map related. The entrance created in the program menu points to an error 15: file not found. So I have to change second 0 to 1 in order to boot the OS. There is a discordance there and all the things I've tried donīt work.
But, anyway, it's OK like that, because sincerely, I never thought I would get so far.  I'm not a fool, I'm an aeroplane

Thank you

Maxi

 93 
 on: February 09, 2018, 09:18:13 am 
Started by phantomax - Last post by PeterSt
Hahaha, well done !

Maxi, maybe you ran into the issue of
error 28: selected item cannot fit into memory

I know what causes it, but once it is there I don't know how to solve it. And not for me, but for someone else.

Kind regards,
Peter

 94 
 on: February 09, 2018, 08:40:07 am 
Started by phantomax - Last post by phantomax
Hello again  hel-loo

I don't want to mess around more. stop

Did I want to cheat myself?     F*cking Windows ! ....Some things fixed (others not):

  - Atach, detach and "copy settings to" working now.
  - Menu interoperativity working on BASE disk (but not in RAM)  scratching
  - Timer settings working in BASE disk (but not in RAM)  dntknw

...and my signature, whose absence I had not noticed. swoon

Regards,

Maxi

 95 
 on: February 08, 2018, 12:11:19 pm 
Started by Jack - Last post by PeterSt
Hey Jack - looking great !

Thank you for keeping us in the loop and ... see ya. Happy
Peter

 96 
 on: February 08, 2018, 11:28:46 am 
Started by Jack - Last post by Jack
Hey Peter
Been upgrading the listening room first, gone from 3.5 x 4.5 metres to 6 x 8 metres allowing my system to take it's proverbial coat off & stretch it's legs. My antique NOS has been working fine in it's new housing with minimal venting as has everything else bearing in mind there are no fans anywhere. Sounds too good to mess with for a while....but to quote Arnie "I'll be back"

Best
Happy Jack

 97 
 on: February 04, 2018, 04:02:35 pm 
Started by hvdh - Last post by hvdh
Hi Henk,

Thank you for the clarification. But this is not enough for me. To to be childish, but if I connect a music disk to an USB port, pull it out again and start XXHighEnd, for 100% sure nothing hangs etc. So what I like you to do is :

1. Start XXHighEnd.
2. Clear the Playlist Area (Play button).
3. Quit XXHighEnd.
4. Pull that cable.
5. Start XXHighEnd.
Hangs ? then around #2 apparently more needs to be "fresh" and I don't know what. So the idea is that yuo must create a fresh situation that nothing goes wrong when you pull the A: drive. Done ? Then we continue :

5. Start XXHighEnd (same as above).
6. Do something, which you think incurs for the erroneous situation. E.g. load an album in the Playlist Area.
7. Quit XXHighEnd.
8. Pull the cable.
9. Start XXHighEnd.
Hangs ? then report the exact sequence of matters.
Does not hang ? back to #6.

In the end I need the exact sequence (as lean as possible) to solve it. I must first be able to mimic it ...

Thanks,
Peter

PS: The fact that it requires the same USB port to let it go again, already tells me that it is an OS issues. But I told so right away. This does not mean I possibly can tackle it anyway. I hope.


Peter,

If I clear the Playlist Area, and exit XXhighend, I can restart it again, steps 1 through 5 give me no problems.

Step 5: restart Y:\XXHighEnd\XXHighend.exe (from Ramdisk) This works fine
Step 6: Press the L (library) button. XXhighend is "not responding"

And that is about it.

If I now kill xxhighend, re-attach the drive and restart XXhighend, everything is fine.


 98 
 on: February 04, 2018, 03:24:33 pm 
Started by hvdh - Last post by PeterSt
Henk,

No no, I am not suggesting at all that it is an OS issue as such. The issue is just your PC. Point is, the OS is ahead of me in the program of stalling things. So, I / XXHighEnd will do something alright with your drive A:, but it is the OS which does not report anything and hangs on it.
Compare with the situation "Waiting for LAN to come up". There XXHighEnd detects (can detect) that your lastly accessed music file is not accessible, and tells you (or does it herself) to switch on the LAN. A similar situation, but no fault situation like in your case. And I must try to copy your fault situation with you as a guide ...

I hope it is clear a little ?
Peter

 99 
 on: February 04, 2018, 02:48:40 pm 
Started by hvdh - Last post by hvdh
Peter,

Thanks for the quick reply.

Before I start doing what you suggest:

You seem to be shure that it is windows that is causing the problems.

I have an ISO for win10 14393.0
I could just run setup, but I'm not exactly shure what happens then....

Does it re-install windows from scratch and do I have to configure everything from fresh?
Or does it (try to) repair windows and everything is what I (hopefully) want it to be?

Do you happen to know which of the two will happen?

All in MaxOS, of  course!

Henk

 100 
 on: February 04, 2018, 02:34:07 pm 
Started by hvdh - Last post by PeterSt
Hi Henk,

Thank you for the clarification. But this is not enough for me. To to be childish, but if I connect a music disk to an USB port, pull it out again and start XXHighEnd, for 100% sure nothing hangs etc. So what I like you to do is :

1. Start XXHighEnd.
2. Clear the Playlist Area (Play button).
3. Quit XXHighEnd.
4. Pull that cable.
5. Start XXHighEnd.
Hangs ? then around #2 apparently more needs to be "fresh" and I don't know what. So the idea is that yuo must create a fresh situation that nothing goes wrong when you pull the A: drive. Done ? Then we continue :

5. Start XXHighEnd (same as above).
6. Do something, which you think incurs for the erroneous situation. E.g. load an album in the Playlist Area.
7. Quit XXHighEnd.
8. Pull the cable.
9. Start XXHighEnd.
Hangs ? then report the exact sequence of matters.
Does not hang ? back to #6.

In the end I need the exact sequence (as lean as possible) to solve it. I must first be able to mimic it ...

Thanks,
Peter

PS: The fact that it requires the same USB port to let it go again, already tells me that it is an OS issues. But I told so right away. This does not mean I possibly can tackle it anyway. I hope.

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