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post #61 of 1947
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Originally Posted by DoYouRight View Post
if you match the stereophile of the transit at 2ns and the m2tech at 0.97ns that is significant. However there are no real standards of testing between any tests talked about.
There is yet another thing that is bothering me with the stereophile test : out of the 4 units that are mentioned (Boulder, Bel canto, emu, Transit) the Transit is the ony one who has an optical only output. I have read on other tests on stereophile that they use a DCS digital to Digital converter on some gear that do not have the appropriate digital output. So maybe they did it for the Transit and that explains why the measure of the Transit is so close to the Boulder Unit (which costs $24,000).

Anyone compared a Transit to other units in their systems to see if that measurement correlates to how it sounds ?
post #62 of 1947
Thread Starter 
The explanations of Giorgio in videohifi forum about the measures, confirms the thought of Slim.a.
In summary measures are excellent, now we see in practice.
Ciao
post #63 of 1947
Well, if these results are really true, then I am really damn happy with 0.97ns result. Still better than Lynx II which I didn't pay too much attention to.
post #64 of 1947
Thread Starter 
Not come to anyone yet?
post #65 of 1947
The italian post seems to be exceedingly slow. My unit left Rome to France 5 days ago and there has not been an update in the tracking status since last friday.
post #66 of 1947
Mine should arrive today. If not tomorrow

Edit:

just got mine, but I am having an installation issue. I am using Windows 7 64, and it refuses to install the driver..

I guess those who are using Windows 7 are lucked out or something... I sent email to m2tech and waiting on their response.
post #67 of 1947
have patience you are the sole american holder atm they wont let you struggle very long.
post #68 of 1947
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Originally Posted by DoYouRight View Post
have patience you are the sole american holder atm they wont let you struggle very long.
I hope so too.

The exact error message is:

"You have to run the 64 bit version of DPInst.exe on this machine.

Contact the vendor that provided you this package"
post #69 of 1947
post #70 of 1947
Im assuming that they didnt default the 64 bit drivers to you, just assumed most had 32bit. Shoot em an email. I wanna know how this thing sounds!
post #71 of 1947
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Originally Posted by DoYouRight View Post
Im assuming that they didnt default the 64 bit drivers to you, just assumed most had 32bit. Shoot em an email. I wanna know how this thing sounds!
I did and still waiting on their response. I can't believe that none of the italians have the 64bit Windows 7 users.
post #72 of 1947
64bit used to be a taboo for hardcore, now its just to be able to use over 3GB ram. My 3 year old laptop is running it flawlessly. Hope they realize. If it wont work on x64 Windows 7 Im not interested. I will not abandon this OS it is too perfect.



EDIT: Have you tried installing it in Vista 64 bit compatibility mode?
post #73 of 1947
Yes. I tried with different compatibility modes, and none of them works. I have installed on my spare laptop which has XP 32bit on, and that works with KS streaming.

But like you said, I will be very disappointed if I have to install 32bit just to use this thing. Not to mention that there is no Mac/Linux drivers yet for this either.
post #74 of 1947
Does anyone know if this Windows 7 64bit driver issue is also a problem with the Musiland Monitor 01/02 USD/US devices?
post #75 of 1947
How does it sound on 32bit? Give us a taste! Wish you had a musiland to compare with
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