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I got this reply from schiit.... The original Modi does not have drivers, it should operate driverless. I would be sure it is still selected as your output device in both the OS and your playback software. In addition you can test the Modi with a USB 2.0 powered hub and also check that USB port power management is disabled in Windows 10. If you have not already update all your drivers. Nick T Schiit Tech Based on that, it seems no drivers were changed but it is not...
My modi isn't working anymore now that I installed windows 10. I wonder if there is a driver I can force install to make my modi work again.
My modi isn't working anymore now that I installed windows 10. I wonder if there is a driver I can force install to make my modi work again.
Yup, thats the first thing I tried. Probably due to the fact that the files are protected AACs.
Its just the Spanish term for the Philippine Islands
On the i models, I felt the 60 had better bass than the 80 as well. I felt the 80s to be a little loose and boomy :D
Well, almost all grados RS1 going down have small incremental differences so if you didn't do a side by side comparison, it's understandable as to why you thought the e and i versions sound the same. As for me, I feel the sr60e is great. In fact, I find them to be more musical against the RS2i both using tape modded L Cush Bowl pads.
thats fine. Just compare the ones you have heard
Great info on the blog there. Just waiting for the actual sonic impressions though on top of the soundstage comment. I am interested in knowing if any of the models sound more natural than the others. Sometimes, a large soundstage kills the naturalness
Okay maybe a short comparison of 207, 307, 407 and 507?
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