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« on: May 25, 2010, 11:49:34 am »

In another thread, Peter said:

Yes, it seems unbelieveable that it is not a half year ago that we had Engine#3 ... which nobody listens to anymore, I'm quite sure.

Before the next version of XXHE is released, I strongly suggest that you switch back to Engine#3 (WASAPI) and take a listen to it (just set Q1=0). If your experience is anything like mine, you won't be able to listen for more than a short time.

It's a great indicator of just how much better KS Adaptive and Special modes are to WASAPI - remember, the Engine that almost all other so-called 'highend' Windows players are using.


Main System:
Phasure Mach III (Win 14393.0 on RAM-OS / controlled by RDC, / connected directly to music server / XXHighEnd 2.10 / Minimize OS / Engine#4 Adaptive / DB=4096 / Q1=10 / xQ1=15 / Q3,4,5=1 / SFS=0.69 / XTweaks = 34, 10, 0, 0, 0 / Straight Contiguous / Clock Resolution = 15ms / Scheme 3-5 (low/realtime) / 8x Arc Prediction / switch #5 'up/off' / Unattended) mobo USB3 port -> Lush^2 -> Phasure NOS1a B75 G3 -> 8m Blaxius^2 -> First Watt F5-cloned mono amps -> Tune Audio Anima horn speakers
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Phasure Mach II (with Nick's clock upgrade) -> Lush^2 -> Phasure NOS1a G3 -> BD-Design BD30-SPR mono amps -> Tune Audio Marvel horn speakers
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