im gonna try it out as soon as i get a new one/get mine repaired. apparently it doesnt work that well at all ;-(
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I am really enjoying the NDS-1, but recently I converted all my music to ALAC, and have found that it cuts out in the middle of songs for a few seconds. Not every song on a CD but it does it for every other song on an album. Do I now have to convert it all back to WAV? I have heard in the mac forums that this is an issue. Have any of you experienced and have a solution for it ?
I am using an Iphone 4 32GB
Its not the fault of the NDS1 it happens on the unit itself. The data must have been corrupted during transfer. Dunno what the deal is :(
Some days ago I have received a new custom power supply that I ordered from Sean that sells on ebay ( custom.hifi.cables ). He made me a dual PSU for Onkyo dock and the DacMagic and here I my impressions of the unit:
Here are some photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sups_photos/sets/72157625888330472/
Get a jitter reclocker like the Monarchy DIP or the pace car. It does wonders for the onkyo dock. Hoping to get one soon, perhaps DIP. they can be found for 150 dollars second hand and reclock the signal to 24/96. Much larger difference than the PSU imo
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I don't see the point in spending money on something to reduce jitter considering the Onkyo dock is claimed to be only 10ps and people on DIY forum who measured the SPDIF signal found it to be remarkably clean. Sounds like another case of jitter paranoia.