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  1. Thanks for the nice report! Have you tried the new experimental feature in the new Zenith firmware? This would be another significant upgrade - even if it´s not completely stable. Another step could be to replace the fuse of the Zenith.
  2. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    Did you follow all points of the instructions including point 9? I think RAM playback is part of choosing this experimental feature. You can´t choose it as a seperate option. Disclaimer - this is an experimental feature which may have occasional dropouts. It uses the Squeezebox integration within Roon which supports only audio up to 24bit/192 and DSD64. Quarantine and Import will be disabled as they require the internal LMS to be active and that would conflict with this feature on Roon. Go to Settings > Choose Server Integration Activate the Roon switch then select the option "Use Roon Core with Squeezelite Player (Experimental)" Click the Apply Changes button Launch the Roon App Go to Settings > Setup Activate the switch for "Enable Squeezebox Support" Go to Setting > Audio Disable any players shown under "Connected to Core" Enable the Squeezelite player under Squeezebox.
  3. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    I don´t understand. Did the RAM playback finally work after changing the latency setting to normal again?
  4. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    Some more who want to share his experiences with the new firmware, especially with the new experimental feature?
  5. So you tested with the new firmware?
  6. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    But at the same time hearing with firmware 1.41 reminds me about the days I had LP and a Linn LP12. You have to hear music without skipping. The new firmware definitely doesn´t like when you skip tracks.
  7. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    I just took the tx-USBultra clocked by an Cybershaft O13 out of my chain. And it sounds slyghtly better now. The chain benefited from them before I switched to the new firmware. So for now: Zenith SE (with firmware 1.41) -> Lush^2 USB cable -> Chord MScaler -> Chord DAVE -> Hifiman HE-1000SE sounds best.
  8. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    Maybe it´s only for the SE.
  9. @austinpop any comments? Was it with the new firmware?
  10. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    Go to settings and then at the bottom of the page under the green sign "Music Player" you come to "Configure USB Latency Mode". Choose low latency if it works with your DAC.
  11. After the unexpected big step up soundwise with the new firmware of the Zenith SE - isn’t it time for a new evaluation between NUC-AL and Zenith SE?
  12. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    Do you know more when it´s coming and how much it will cost?
  13. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    But by default it´s not acivated. It´s on "normal latency mode" until you change it.
  14. Can you please give more details! jean-michel6 already asked some important questions. When did you make the test? Was it with the new 1.41 firmware of the Zenith?
  15. yellowblue

    Innuos Zenith SE MkII

    Both. I am not using an endpoint yet.
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