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JRiver: I'd like to power down my system


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My system setup is: a headless Win 7 PC running JRiver connected to a USB to SPDIF converter (Firestone Audio Bravo). I like to leave my computer running 24/7 because it backs up to Carbonite. I also like to shut down my stereo including the USB to SPDIF converter to save power and because all the LEDs drive me crazy at night.

 

If I shut the stereo down but leave the PC on, the next day I have to reboot the PC in order to get the PC to re-recognize the USB to SPDIF converter as the sound card.

 

I'm wondering if there is anyway to prevent this.

 

Thanks for the tips.

Matt

Nvidia ION running JRiver 21 on Win 7

- USB to Firestone Audio Bravo USB to SPDIF Converter. Optical to miniDSP NanoDigi eq/crossover. SPDIF to 2 Cambridge Audio DacMagics. Analogue to Audio Refinement Pre-5 to 2 M&K V-75 powered subwoofers & Audio Refinement Multi-2 power amp to Focal Chorus 716s.

- Intel NUC on Win 10 as JRiver 21 DLNA renderer. USB to Breeze Audio DU-U8 USB to SPDIF converter. SPDIF to Anthem MRX-520. Mirage OMD-5: left, right & surrounds. Mirage OMD-C1: center. SVS-SB-2000: subwoofer.

- Raspberry Pi2 with HifiBerry Dac+Pro on Volumio DLNA renderer to Rega Mira 3 to Dali Zensor 1s.

- Raspberry Pi2 with HifiBerry Dac+Standard on Volumio DLNA renderer to NAD 312 to PSB Alphas.

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