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I can't make it work.

 

I read that tidal works perfect with dirac. Well i make the measurement i choose my dac from my laptop,dirac and dirac live....and nothing happend.

 

I use the latest version dirac 9.11.

 

any thoughts?!

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Hi Flyman,

 

Dirac 9.11 is probably a typo and I imagine that you're referring to Dirac 1.1 or 1.2, anyhow for support please contact us from here:

http://helpdesk.dirac.se/

 

Thanks, Flavio


Warning: My posts may be biased even if in good faith, I work for Dirac Research :-)

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i just want to know if it works with tidal. i was trying before some months asking you some problems that i have without understanding my problems so i am very unhappy with that. Such a non friendly app.

 

 

 

 

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in other worlds says that work as dap. in the old dirac says

 

On a Mac: From the Applications folder -> Dirac -> Dirac Audio Processor Once running, clicking the “D” icon in the dock opens the DAP Controller window. Tip: If you have set the DAP not to start automatically upon system startup, you may want to drag the DAP application icon from the Applications folder into the dock for easy startup in the future.

 

but in new version ?

 

 

 

 

 

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On 7/5/2019 at 9:09 PM, Flyman said:

in other worlds says that work as dap. in the old dirac says

 

On a Mac: From the Applications folder -> Dirac -> Dirac Audio Processor Once running, clicking the “D” icon in the dock opens the DAP Controller window. Tip: If you have set the DAP not to start automatically upon system startup, you may want to drag the DAP application icon from the Applications folder into the dock for easy startup in the future.

 

but in new version ?

 

 

 

 

 

 

The new 2.x version uses a standard AU or VST plugin that is loaded into the player.

Audirvana (now for Windows as well) supports Tidal, Qobuz and highresaudio.com

https://audirvana.com/product/

JRiver can use Tidal (or any streaming service) by enabling WDM:
https://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/WDM_Driver

Other players may support streaming or not, alternatively one might use a virtual cable in order to stream the music to the plugin and then to the audiocard/DAC.

This an example: https://rogueamoeba.com/audiohijack/

 


Warning: My posts may be biased even if in good faith, I work for Dirac Research :-)

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A very thanx for your answer.

 

why do you don't build it like the old one?!

 

The old dirac works like virtual card and is so easy to use with everything. Not to buy other player, use it with everything chrome,movie player etc. Hijack wants also to pay it.

 

I think is a thumbs down for me.Is not pratical.

 

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