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  1. Any recommendation for a modulator without a EC in it? All of them cause the songs to only play for 2 seconds before their is a pause & then a few seconds play & then another pause. Other than that I can do all the filters except Sinc-L & DSD512, anything below that runs fine.
  2. Try to upsample with the May to 768k with your software music player.
  3. Well this sucks, I tried downgrading to 30.12 & now it won't play on any music player. I completly uninstalled all the drivers & reinstalled the USB driver & still the same thing. I even restarted my PC a few times! Nothing plays. When I select any option in the audio output in JRiver, it will either say "Playback could not be started using the ASIO" or It will show as the song is being run with WASAPI output, but absolutely no music will play. What happened? EDIT: I re-flashed to 30.14 firmware & now everything works. But why absolut
  4. Thanks, I am on a AMD chipset so that would be it. BTW how would I downgrade to 30.12? Do I just run the holousbaudioDfu.exe file in the driver folder or do I have to uninstall something first?
  5. Does anyone have any problems getting PCM 1.536MHZ to run on May KTE with HQPlayer via direct USB? Every time I select 1.536, the May just detects 705.6k instead & won't go higher. Even jRiver can get it to recognize up to 786k, but not on HQplayer. Is this a bug or is this fixable? A PC problem, USB port problem, driver problem? The USB driver info shows version 5.00 & the May as revision v30.14.
  6. I know iBasso portable music player added a selectable NOS filter through a firmware update. This almost seem like it would be a emulated filter instead of bypassing everything. I remember reading Rob Watts of Chord Electronics talking about a lot of DAC's that use NOS are using a digital filter instead. Something about the DAC needing good quality resistors to be able to do true NOS.
  7. I bet more than half of those are not true NOS & are using a digital filter to emulate NOS,
  8. I actually went through the manual again to re-orientate myself with it. Basically the filters to use for PCM are: Closed Form - High # of taps Closed Form-M - 1 million taps Closed Form 16m - 16 million taps Sinc-M - 1 million taps. High attenuation Sinc-L - 131,070 taps x your conversion rate. Average attenuation. For dither, almost all the options are for specific sample rates. i.e. NS4 is for 88.2kHz & LNS15 is for 768kHz etc.. TPDF is the standard for all type. Gauss1 is a high quality dither that should be used for sample rat
  9. So just connect Monoprice SlimRun USB 3.0 Type-A Extension Cable or the COSEMI Active Optical AOC USB 3.2 cable to your regular USB cable connected to a Singxer SU-1 & you'll get a benefit?
  10. I haven't considered mono amps, but that's a lot of equipment, cables & space to drive one single earspeaker. That McIntosh is the only integrated I see rated at 150watts, but it costs $15,000. I remember seeing a few others with even more tubes & at even higher prices, but those are't something anyone can realistically buy.
  11. Would anyone consider a 150watt tube amp? The MingDa MC368-B150 sells on china-hifi-audio.com for $2,300 plus shipping. This is the only KT150 tube amplifier that I found that advertises 150 watts. Every other KT150 based tube amp I seen is either 100watts or under. The KT150 is, I think, the most powerful tube on the market for pure wattage.
  12. I'm surprised you are getting enough volume with the VT80, I remember seeing a few people say the 75 watts was not enough to drive it. When you do finalize the settings for HQplayer, could you share all of the setting so others can test it as well?
  13. Is that a remote to control the volume for the DAC? Is that a new feature?
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