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OK. Well turn both fire off, did not help. Yes, I can ping. And remember this worked with MicroRendu. In the "CMD window" I can see a new line every time I choose NAA in HQP, so someting is happening.

 

If there's just one line, then HQPlayer is not hearing the NAA's response...

 

Just want to make sure - you have only one network connection on both machines and both are connected to your normal home network?


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Strange...I tested on Win10 using Asio4All with no issues last week. Maybe its the beta of HQP. Can you revert back to the stable release of HQP? Thats what I am using. Also, I just remembered that NAA needs IPv4 and IPv6 enabled. Can you check your adapter settings to make sure both are checked?

 

OK. Well turn both fire off, did not help. Yes, I can ping. And remember this worked with MicroRendu. In the "CMD window" I can see a new line every time I choose NAA in HQP, so someting is happening.

 

Asio4All has my hiFace in the WDM list.

 

Will the logfile for HQP help ? Any other suggestion ?

I use the latest beta HQP. Both PC W10.


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UpTone Audio LPS1.2/IsoRegen, Fiber Switch and FMC, Windows Server 2016 OS, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, Fidelizer Pro 6, HQ Player, Roonserver, PS Audio P3 AC regenerator, HDPlex 400W ATX & 200W Linear PSU, Light Harmonic Lightspeed Split USB cable, Synergistic Research Tungsten AC power cords, Tara Labs The One speaker cables, Tara Labs The Two Extended with HFX Station IC, Oyaide R1 outlets, Stillpoints Ultra Mini footers, Hi-Fi Tuning fuses, Vicoustic/RealTraps/GIK room treatments

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But Windows Server versions are not supported and not recommended. Those are optimized for data throughput at the cost of latency reliability and other things important for multimedia/desktop use cases.

 

I installed WS2012, through bootcamp on a mac mini. The mac only needs to run NAA. I thought WS2012 would be a better choise then OSX because I can run it in core mode with a minimum of processes running. Miska triggers me if I can really hear the difference between NAA on OSX and NAA on WS2012. Because the mini is dual boot i could easlily make a sonic comparison. Pitty of course that OSX doesn't support Native DSD.

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I installed WS2012, through bootcamp on a mac mini. The mac only needs to run NAA. I thought WS2012 would be a better choise then OSX because I can run it in core mode with a minimum of processes running. Miska triggers me if I can really hear the difference between NAA on OSX and NAA on WS2012. Because the mini is dual boot i could easlily make a sonic comparison. Pitty of course that OSX doesn't support Native DSD.

 

Depending on your DAC, you could also try Debian/Ubuntu based NAA on the same hardware... You would get much more minimal OS that way. And you can install it on a USB stick (or possibly on SD-card), no need to put anything on the internal HDD.


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I am using two systems

 

Win 2012 Server with Roon -> HQPlayer set to upsample all to DSD128 DoP -> NAA

Win 2012 Server with NAA -> Resonessence Concero HD (capable of 352,8 / DSD128)

 

The NAAA is started directly via exe.

The log says:

 

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Found ASIO driver: 'RUSBAudio ASIO Driver' (3)

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Loaded ASIO driver: RUSBAudio ASIO Driver

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO default format is PCM

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Rate available: 44100

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Rate available: 48000

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Rate available: 88200

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Rate available: 96000

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Rate available: 176400

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Rate available: 192000

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Rate available: 352800

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Default ASIO channels: 0 in / 2 out

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Default output channel 0: OUT 1

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO SampleFormat 18, 32-bit

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): Default output channel 1: OUT 2

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO PCM format available: 44100/32/2

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO PCM format available: 48000/32/2

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO PCM format available: 88200/32/2

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO PCM format available: 96000/32/2

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO PCM format available: 176400/32/2

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO PCM format available: 192000/32/2

[networkaudiod.exe] (2932): ASIO PCM format available: 352800/32/2

 

I am completely missing the DSD capability. Is this correct for using DoP?

Starting to play a 48000 PCM file shows

 

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): start 352800/32/2 [pcm]

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Set channels: 2 (2)

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Set sampling rate: 352800 (352800)

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): ASIO channels: 0 in / 2 out

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Output channel 0: OUT 1

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Output channel 1: OUT 2

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): ASIO buffer sizes: 2048/2048/2048 granularity: 0

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Using ASIO default buffer size

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Using ASIO buffer size: 2048

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Latencies: 3459/7693

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): Not using ASIO output ready notifications

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): ASIO engine started at 352.8 kHz, 2 channels, 2048 sample buffer (2 channels)

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): ASIO engine running at: 352800

[C:\Program Files\NAA\networkaudiod.exe] (1772): enter streaming mode

 

Again no word regarding DSD128.

Is there something wrong in my setup?

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Again no word regarding DSD128.

Is there something wrong in my setup?

Perhaps a silly question....why are you using DoP if your DAC supports DSD?


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UpTone Audio LPS1.2/IsoRegen, Fiber Switch and FMC, Windows Server 2016 OS, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, Fidelizer Pro 6, HQ Player, Roonserver, PS Audio P3 AC regenerator, HDPlex 400W ATX & 200W Linear PSU, Light Harmonic Lightspeed Split USB cable, Synergistic Research Tungsten AC power cords, Tara Labs The One speaker cables, Tara Labs The Two Extended with HFX Station IC, Oyaide R1 outlets, Stillpoints Ultra Mini footers, Hi-Fi Tuning fuses, Vicoustic/RealTraps/GIK room treatments

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I will try the same without DoP.

 

DoP is used, because I think there is no other way to also activate the convolution engine in HQPlayer and to also control the volume via roon / tablet.

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I will try the same without DoP.

 

DoP is used, because I think there is no other way to also activate the convolution engine in HQPlayer and to also control the volume via roon / tablet.

 

BTW, it definitely looks like something is wrong with your DAC driver. The networkaudio.exe window should show something like ASIO DSD Format available.

 

Looks like your DAC only support DoP?

 

I am also running NAA on Server R2 in Core mode with Audiophile Optimizer and Fidelizer. I am able to upsample to DSD256.


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UpTone Audio LPS1.2/IsoRegen, Fiber Switch and FMC, Windows Server 2016 OS, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, Fidelizer Pro 6, HQ Player, Roonserver, PS Audio P3 AC regenerator, HDPlex 400W ATX & 200W Linear PSU, Light Harmonic Lightspeed Split USB cable, Synergistic Research Tungsten AC power cords, Tara Labs The One speaker cables, Tara Labs The Two Extended with HFX Station IC, Oyaide R1 outlets, Stillpoints Ultra Mini footers, Hi-Fi Tuning fuses, Vicoustic/RealTraps/GIK room treatments

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I am completely missing the DSD capability. Is this correct for using DoP?

 

Yes, it doesn't support raw DSD, so you need to enable DoP from HQPlayer side.

 

Again no word regarding DSD128.

Is there something wrong in my setup?

 

If you want to have DSD128 output, you need to enable DoP from HQPlayer settings and then switch output mode to "SDM (DSD)" and it should work just fine, 352800 PCM rate is enough to support DSD128 using DoP.


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Any help would be appreciated. The NAA loses connection and then dies. Again, any help would be appreciated:

 

This is what it says when it crashes:

 

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Play

+ 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine running

2016/06/10 10:27:30 No suitable output rate for 44100, stop

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel threads: 8

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Nested parallelism: 0

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel pipelines: 4

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine stopped

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Pause

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Play

+ 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine running

2016/06/10 10:27:30 No suitable output rate for 44100, stop

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel threads: 8

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Nested parallelism: 0

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel pipelines: 4

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Stop

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine stopped

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Network engine stopping...

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Set convolution: 1

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Play

+ 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine running

2016/06/10 10:27:30 No suitable output rate for 44100, stop

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel threads: 8

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Nested parallelism: 0

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel pipelines: 4

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine stopped

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Set convolution: 1

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Play

+ 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine running

2016/06/10 10:27:30 No suitable output rate for 44100, stop

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel threads: 8

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Nested parallelism: 0

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel pipelines: 4

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine stopped

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Set convolution: 1

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Play

+ 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine running

2016/06/10 10:27:30 No suitable output rate for 44100, stop

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel threads: 8

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Nested parallelism: 0

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel pipelines: 4

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine stopped

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Set convolution: 1

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Play

+ 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine running

2016/06/10 10:27:30 No suitable output rate for 44100, stop

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel threads: 8

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Nested parallelism: 0

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel pipelines: 4

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine stopped

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Set convolution: 1

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Play

+ 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine running

2016/06/10 10:27:30 No suitable output rate for 44100, stop

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel threads: 8

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Nested parallelism: 0

2016/06/10 10:27:30 Parallel pipelines: 4

- 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Playback engine stopped

& 2016/06/10 10:27:30 Pause

 

 

The NAA log says this when crashing:

 

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): start 5644800/1/2 [dsd]

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Set channels: 2 (2)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Set sampling rate: 5644800 (5644800)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO channels: 16 in / 16 out

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 0: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 1: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 2: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 3: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 4: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 5: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 6: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 7: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 8: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 9: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 10: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 11: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 12: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 13: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 14: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 15: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO buffer sizes: 32768/32768/32768 granularity: 0

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Using ASIO buffer size: 32768

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO: unknown selector

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO: unknown selector

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO: unknown selector

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Latencies: 1024/0

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Using ASIO output ready notifications

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO engine started at 5644.8 kHz, 2 channels, 32768 sample buffer (2 channels)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO engine running at: 5644800

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): protocol error: clSocket::Send(): send(): Unknown error

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): begin disconnection

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO engine stopped

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): disconnected [::ffff:192.168.1.5]:50737

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): connection from [::ffff:192.168.1.5]:50765

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Set channels: 2 (2)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO drivers: 2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Found ASIO driver: 'Combo384 ASIO 1.03' (0)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Found ASIO driver: 'foo_dsd_asio' (1)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Loaded ASIO driver: Combo384 ASIO 1.03

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO device supports DSD

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO device supports PCM

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO default format is DSD

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 2048000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 2822400

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 3072000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 4096000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 5644800

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 6144000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 8192000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 11289600

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 12000000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 12288000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 16384000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 22579200

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 24000000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 24576000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 32768000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 45158400

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Rate available: 49152000

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default ASIO channels: 16 in / 16 out

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 0: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format MSB1

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 1: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 2: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 3: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 4: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 5: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 6: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 7: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 8: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 9: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 10: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 11: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 12: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 13: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 14: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Default output channel 15: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 32000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 44100/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 48000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 64000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 88200/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 96000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 128000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 176400/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 192000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 256000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 352800/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 384000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 512000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 705600/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 768000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 1024000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 1411200/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO PCM format available: 1536000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 2048000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 2822400/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 3072000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 4096000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 5644800/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 6144000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 8192000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 11289600/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 12000000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 12288000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 16384000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 22579200/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 24000000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 24576000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 32768000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 45158400/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO DSD format available: 49152000/1/2

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): start 5644800/1/2 [dsd]

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Set channels: 2 (2)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Set sampling rate: 5644800 (5644800)

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO channels: 16 in / 16 out

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 0: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 1: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 2: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 3: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 4: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 5: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 6: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 7: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 8: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 9: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 10: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 11: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 12: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 13: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 14: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Output channel 15: Sample

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO buffer sizes: 1024/1024/1024 granularity: 0

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Using ASIO buffer size: 1024

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO: unknown selector

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO: unknown selector

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): ASIO: unknown selector

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Latencies: 1024/0

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): Using ASIO output ready notifications

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): start failure: clASIOMiniEngine::StartAudioClient(): ASIOStart()

[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): enter streaming mode

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@sfox7076, is the NAA machine running WIN10 by any chance? If so I was having similar issues. When I first upgraded from WIN7 to 10, everything worked fine with the NAA then overnight I started having the same kind of errors you are seeing. I tried removing all WIN10 updates but could still not get NAA working properly again. I then went back to Server R2 and NAA has been working flawlessly since then.

12TB NAS >> i7-6700 Server/Control PC >> i3-5015u NAA >> Singxer SU-1 DDC (modded) >> Holo Spring L3 DAC >> Accustic Arts Power 1 int amp >> Sonus Faber Guaneri Evolution speakers + REL T/5i sub (x2)

 

Other components:

UpTone Audio LPS1.2/IsoRegen, Fiber Switch and FMC, Windows Server 2016 OS, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, Fidelizer Pro 6, HQ Player, Roonserver, PS Audio P3 AC regenerator, HDPlex 400W ATX & 200W Linear PSU, Light Harmonic Lightspeed Split USB cable, Synergistic Research Tungsten AC power cords, Tara Labs The One speaker cables, Tara Labs The Two Extended with HFX Station IC, Oyaide R1 outlets, Stillpoints Ultra Mini footers, Hi-Fi Tuning fuses, Vicoustic/RealTraps/GIK room treatments

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Life is good now. For some reason when HQPlayer starts, the BBxM loses its connection with the iFi. All that is necessary is to unplug and replug something to get the BBxM to "see" the DAC with HQPlayer running. (In my system the easiest thing to do is unplug and replug power to the Regen between BBxM and iFi.) As I set up VNC to control HQPlayer on the desktop upstairs while listening to the main system downstairs, this is now easy and does not involve running up and down steps. :)

 

With the BBxM running from a battery and the Baaske isolator on the Ethernet connection between router and BBxM, there's now no noise, and the sound is very nice. (There was noise without the isolator, even running the BBxM from battery. Don't know why, but there was.) Can run at DSD256 even with the fairly old desktop machine, with only a very occasional hiccup that I can tolerate. Buffer's 100ms - for some reason both default and 250ms perform worse.

 

Heh, OK I'm impulsive. Enjoying some quiet music at home, but figured Gigabit Ethernet could potentially help with the few blips I'm experiencing. And really, these mini-computers are so darn cute.

 

Good enough for Sonore, good enough for me. Ordered a CuboxTV (quad core) on sale for less than the dual core. But I won't have time to play with it before Labor Day.

 

A few anecdotal things for whatever use they may be:

 

- The BBxM-as-NAA started disconnecting from the iFi again when HQPlayer started up, and I could not get it to reattach by disconnecting/reconnecting anything or assigning the BBxM an IP address. I suppose I should have tried giving it a name that HQPlayer could see, but the Cubox had arrived and I wanted to play with it.

 

- The Cubox running the NAA image works beautifully, never any problems with disconnection. Once in a great while HQP will only see the Cubox's internal DAC and not the iFi, but unplugging and replugging power to the Regen always cures that.

 

I am only able to run DSD128, not DSD256, and once in a while HQP stutters. This is not a network problem, as I tried the iFi directly connected to my desktop upstairs running Linux and it did exactly the same thing. I'm not at all sure why this is the case, since DSD256 was working a few weeks ago. I don't recall changing any settings. Strange.... So that's the bad news, but the good news is that the Cubox running the NAA image is not a limitation on the performance of the system.


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Computer, Audirvana -> wi-fi to router -> EtherREGEN -> microRendu -> USPCB -> ISO Regen (powered by LPS-1) -> USPCB -> Pro-Ject Pre Box S2 DAC -> Spectral DMC-12 & DMA-150 -> Vandersteen 3A Signature.

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@sfox7076, is the NAA machine running WIN10 by any chance? If so I was having similar issues. When I first upgraded from WIN7 to 10, everything worked fine with the NAA then overnight I started having the same kind of errors you are seeing. I tried removing all WIN10 updates but could still not get NAA working properly again. I then went back to Server R2 and NAA has been working flawlessly since then.

 

 

It is a Win 10 computer. I have no access to Win 7 as I bought this as it was bought new. So, back to the drawing board I guess. LattePanda would be a cool choice to do this in the future. If W10 works.

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It is a Win 10 computer. I have no access to Win 7 as I bought this as it was bought new. So, back to the drawing board I guess. LattePanda would be a cool choice to do this in the future. If W10 works.

 

I know other people have had success with NAA on Win10. Hopefully they can chime in too. Have tried uninstalling all updates?


12TB NAS >> i7-6700 Server/Control PC >> i3-5015u NAA >> Singxer SU-1 DDC (modded) >> Holo Spring L3 DAC >> Accustic Arts Power 1 int amp >> Sonus Faber Guaneri Evolution speakers + REL T/5i sub (x2)

 

Other components:

UpTone Audio LPS1.2/IsoRegen, Fiber Switch and FMC, Windows Server 2016 OS, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, Fidelizer Pro 6, HQ Player, Roonserver, PS Audio P3 AC regenerator, HDPlex 400W ATX & 200W Linear PSU, Light Harmonic Lightspeed Split USB cable, Synergistic Research Tungsten AC power cords, Tara Labs The One speaker cables, Tara Labs The Two Extended with HFX Station IC, Oyaide R1 outlets, Stillpoints Ultra Mini footers, Hi-Fi Tuning fuses, Vicoustic/RealTraps/GIK room treatments

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[C:\Users\Shawn\Desktop\networkaudiod.exe] (680): protocol error: clSocket::Send(): send(): Unknown error

 

This looks like some kind of network error...

 

The error in HQPlayer log looks like a familiar one from an old bug that has been fixed already. What version of HQPlayer do you have?


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This looks like some kind of network error...

 

The error in HQPlayer log looks like a familiar one from an old bug that has been fixed already. What version of HQPlayer do you have?

 

 

I am using 3.13.3 and the latest NAA for windows.

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When the final releases of HQP 3.x and Win NAA 3.x are out, will an update to the GPU to CUDA 8 (?) be required? Thanks!

 

The required GPU capability level doesn't change, CUDA 8 just adds support for the newest Pascal generation GPUs (GeForce 1000-series and Quadro xxxxP models).


Signalyst - Developer of HQPlayer

Pulse & Fidelity - Software Defined Amplifiers

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Does anyone know if hqplayer works with audiophile optimiser?

 

 

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Mac Mini with Teradak supply running Audirvana+. Also have several PC based system running JRiver

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Does anyone know if hqplayer works with audiophile optimiser?

 

 

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Yes, many of us AO users are also HQPlayer users. They are a very nice combination. Phil has even worked with Jussi to create a nice HQPlayer shell option within the setup.

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Yes, many of us AO users are also HQPlayer users. They are a very nice combination. Phil has even worked with Jussi to create a nice HQPlayer shell option within the setup.

I also use AO with HQP. What's interesting is that Phil highly recommends Server R2 but based on some comments Jussi has made, it seems he is not convinced that Server is best for audio.


12TB NAS >> i7-6700 Server/Control PC >> i3-5015u NAA >> Singxer SU-1 DDC (modded) >> Holo Spring L3 DAC >> Accustic Arts Power 1 int amp >> Sonus Faber Guaneri Evolution speakers + REL T/5i sub (x2)

 

Other components:

UpTone Audio LPS1.2/IsoRegen, Fiber Switch and FMC, Windows Server 2016 OS, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, Fidelizer Pro 6, HQ Player, Roonserver, PS Audio P3 AC regenerator, HDPlex 400W ATX & 200W Linear PSU, Light Harmonic Lightspeed Split USB cable, Synergistic Research Tungsten AC power cords, Tara Labs The One speaker cables, Tara Labs The Two Extended with HFX Station IC, Oyaide R1 outlets, Stillpoints Ultra Mini footers, Hi-Fi Tuning fuses, Vicoustic/RealTraps/GIK room treatments

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Yes, many of us AO users are also HQPlayer users. They are a very nice combination. Phil has even worked with Jussi to create a nice HQPlayer shell option within the setup.

 

Thanks! I just discovered HQPlayer this week-end (been using JRiver and Audirvana+) and quite frankly I am amazed so far how good it sound! On my PC it sound better then JRiver and on my Mac mini it sound as good or even better then Audirvana with my DAC... So obviously I will continue to experiment with it. Just dont find library management very user friendly but I probably dont know how to do it properly. Right now just dragging each song one at a time!!!!


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Thanks! I just discovered HQPlayer this week-end (been using JRiver and Audirvana+) and quite frankly I am amazed so far how good it sound! On my PC it sound better then JRiver and on my Mac mini it sound as good or even better then Audirvana with my DAC... So obviously I will continue to experiment with it. Just dont find library management very user friendly but I probably dont know how to do it properly. Right now just dragging each song one at a time!!!!

 

And this is precisely why so many people use Roon with HQP. I hated spending all that money Roon but HQP sounds so good that it was worth it to have a much nice user interface.


12TB NAS >> i7-6700 Server/Control PC >> i3-5015u NAA >> Singxer SU-1 DDC (modded) >> Holo Spring L3 DAC >> Accustic Arts Power 1 int amp >> Sonus Faber Guaneri Evolution speakers + REL T/5i sub (x2)

 

Other components:

UpTone Audio LPS1.2/IsoRegen, Fiber Switch and FMC, Windows Server 2016 OS, Audiophile Optimizer 3.0, Fidelizer Pro 6, HQ Player, Roonserver, PS Audio P3 AC regenerator, HDPlex 400W ATX & 200W Linear PSU, Light Harmonic Lightspeed Split USB cable, Synergistic Research Tungsten AC power cords, Tara Labs The One speaker cables, Tara Labs The Two Extended with HFX Station IC, Oyaide R1 outlets, Stillpoints Ultra Mini footers, Hi-Fi Tuning fuses, Vicoustic/RealTraps/GIK room treatments

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