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Same problem here, switched to JRiver.

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I'd suggest contacting Channel D support. Since I've never run into this problem, I have a feeling that it might be a configuration problem.

 

Are you running into this with AIFF or ALAC files? Are you up to date with version 2.0.4?

2013 MacBook Pro Retina -> {Pure Music | Audirvana} -> {Dragonfly Red v.1} -> AKG K-702 or Sennheiser HD650 headphones.

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jamesroy: i had similar issues with audirvana and my 2011 MBP, try changing ram buffer to lower setting and quitting apps. if that still doesn't work reinstall audirvana

 

 

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Thanks for the reply.No not up to date just 2.0.2 and no ALAC files just a mix of mp3 and air

 

And just to confirm, these mp3 and aiff play just fine through iTunes, right?

 

How much RAM do you have in your Mac? And are you using "memory play?"

 

Just shooting in the dark here, so am still recommend that you contact channel-d support. Are you still in the trial period?

2013 MacBook Pro Retina -> {Pure Music | Audirvana} -> {Dragonfly Red v.1} -> AKG K-702 or Sennheiser HD650 headphones.

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How do I change Ram Buffer size in Pure Music? I can't contact Channel-D because the software was give to me from a friend;) and I have no SN#. In Channel-D forum they say they addressed the issue with upgrades. I do like the enhanced play back it has compared to a few other i tried. What is Dragonfly?

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Ah. I don't recommend you to use it if you don't have a license. And this may well be the reason you're having trouble.

 

If you can't afford PureMusic then why not try one of the cheaper players? For example BitPerfect is only $10 from the iTunes Store.

2013 MacBook Pro Retina -> {Pure Music | Audirvana} -> {Dragonfly Red v.1} -> AKG K-702 or Sennheiser HD650 headphones.

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Dragonfly is an external USB DAC. It converts the digital stream to sound which you can then listen to via headphones or piped into your stereo system. Basically, a product like this replaces the 'sound card' installed in your computer and will almost always give a higher quality signal with less background noise.

 

The Audio Quest Dragonfly hits a very nice price point, for what it does, for about $160.

2013 MacBook Pro Retina -> {Pure Music | Audirvana} -> {Dragonfly Red v.1} -> AKG K-702 or Sennheiser HD650 headphones.

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