Having gone through the thread a while ago, I seem to recall you were one of the beta testers for the usb wifi adapter. If so are you able to share how you went about setting up the adapter?
PS Audio used to provide their USB wi-fi dongle to beta testers, and I was one of them. It worked quite well. In comparison to the Airport Express, the gap between two songs is slightly longer. It's been over a year since I last tried it out.
I'm not so sure. Unless someone knows if non-PS Audio Wifi dongles work, I would recommend either Airport Express, direct Ethernet connection, or Zyxel Powerline. I tried all three and they work very well.
Zyxel Powerline PLA4205KIT
Thank you for the answer. Which version are you using Solude?
I am reading that the new units are shipping with 2.41? I wonder if this is still true?
"2.4.1 is shipping with all new units" By Paul M. a little more than 1/2 way down the page.
I see that this is an old post on the PS Forum's website and skipping to now, PS/Paul has said there are pops and hissing and they are working on it.
I think mine came with PL107 (2.20).......At this point, with 2.4xxx being perfected if I should just wait till it's tried and true, then released? Did you upgrade from an older PL to 109 and was there much difference?
My unit now has 2.4.1 PL109 since PS replaced my screen. As it turns out the firmware is in the screen of all places. It's not completely bug free but unlike when I has my original screen, it works.
This thread has gone fallow for a little while, but for those wondering if an Offramp is a worthy expenditure to the PWD (non-upgraded), it definitely appears to be. A part of me wants to say that it's the type of upgrade that allows a person to relapse into records of old so that they can here them all over again. Compared to the bridge I was using I'm finding the differences to be obvious. Clarity and control are better, by a pretty fair margin too. Then there is the background, which is blacker, and this facilitates the distinction of certain ambient cues and details that were previously missing or lost in the haze. Then there is the separation of sounds, which is brought up a couple of notches.
I thought I was going to miss the M7 when I returned it, as I felt it was more the DAC for me, but I don't find myself thinking of the M7 at all to be honest. BTW I'm running the Offramp via I2S and don't have the turbo clocks (the OT Mod and Hynes Regulator only). I'm hoping the Offramp has something to bring to the Lampizator, which if it does, will make it a great "giving-back-purchase". While I haven't compared it to my Audiophilleo, I honestly don't think the AP2 stands much of a chance from these early sessions.
I would much appreciate if someone can email me the latest 2.4.1 firmware. My PS support user is still messed up and I can't download. Please PM if you think you could help.
Thanks a ton!
Thanks to all who have been sharing experience and keeping this thread updated...
Seems like PS Audio is doing a nice job right now of offering the versions to try and explaining the FW loading of older versions should you like to compare or go back to a favorite.
I am currently enjoying the new 2.4.3 version (for some reason the 2.4.1 seemed to do something strange to the treble on my system).
Easy to recommend trying the new version now that instructions and files to help force loading older firmware versions back onto your PWD exists at the link above.
With regards to the sound of the new 2.4.3, I just got a Zana in the house so I have been listening to it this week. Hard to tell what is the EC Zana Deux and what is the firmware update. So I'll have to add any experiences comparing 2.0.2, 2.2.0, and 2.4.3 later. (Not enough time to simply enjoy music and gear plus do all the comparisons I wanna do!)