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post #3751 of 4088
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Originally Posted by blitzxgene View Post

I've used my Reference 10 without issue with pure music on my macbook pro. It has the V3 built into it. 

On a side note, I would recommend switching to different power cords besides the pangea AC9's. I had one on my old Audio-gd fun and Reference 10 before deciding to try a little bit nice cable. I've come to the conclusion the AC9 is bass heavy and hardens the treble, making it more fatiguing than it should be. If you don't have that problem with you rig then nevermind. But consider it if you would.

Thanks I'm relieved! I use the AC9 on my active monitors and sub only. On my dac I use the AC14se, I may give another vendor a try but the price is so appealing. Thanks
Edited by SwanSong - 4/17/13 at 9:29pm
post #3752 of 4088
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Originally Posted by Currawong View Post

Fine here too with both my MacBook Pro and Air.

Thanks, waiting for the PSU to get instock
post #3753 of 4088
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Originally Posted by JuicyBruce View Post

Perfectly - about the only time I have been relieved my workplace is all mac. 

Edit - Sorry a bit hasty. I couldnt get up-sampling to work on the trial of Audirvana I was using. Not overly fussed about that however. Everything else has been a seamless plug and play situation thankfully.
What player are you using? I demo'd Amarra and Audirvana but choose Pure Music as my main player. Thanks for your earlier help JB👌
post #3754 of 4088
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Originally Posted by jimmychan View Post

 

Anybody has tried this patch? It seems not a usual user knows how to do with it.

 

I see someone asked this on the EDO main thread (squeezebox forums).

 

In principle, one just has to create a patch file (linux) by copy/pasting what's on the website and apply it to the clock.c file on the squeezebox touch.

I could not find this file on my SBT, though. I tried for few minutes and might give it another try later. I could not grep the file through SCP (connection error) so I still need to figure out where it is located.

post #3755 of 4088

clock.c should be in the kernel sources; you would have to compile the kernel afterwards; your SBT has the kernel already compiled and not the sources

post #3756 of 4088
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Originally Posted by scorpionro View Post

clock.c should be in the kernel sources; you would have to compile the kernel afterwards; your SBT has the kernel already compiled and not the sources

 

Yep, so only Triode or the guy who have access to the sources of the SBT custom kernel can patch it :/ That's what I thought but I was trying to find it anyway...

post #3757 of 4088
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Originally Posted by kr0gg View Post

yeah. i've been using that battery and charger for a year now. i guess was the second guy who actually bought it here (for DI-DSP that was)
Kr0gg- do you leave the charger plugged in while running the DI V3 via the battery? If not how long does a full charge power the DI V3?
post #3758 of 4088

nonono. you should never used it while connected to charger.

a full charge lasts for around 6 hours.

post #3759 of 4088

I ask the saller ,he replied the SBT have discontinued now .

What is the new model?

Should I get the current old model or get a new model?

post #3760 of 4088
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Originally Posted by Kingwa View Post

I ask the saller ,he replied the SBT have discontinued now .

What is the new model?

Should I get the current old model or get a new model?

 

No replacement for SBT.

 

There are still many SBT in the market available although Logitech has discontinued.

 

Just go get one from Taobao, and they are all the same model.

post #3761 of 4088

I am selling off my DI-V3S (with TCXO upgrade) + DI-PSU (240V) to fund a new DAC. This is the usb input only version.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/660539/fs-audio-gd-di-v3s-with-tcxo-upgrade-usb-input-only-version-di-psu-240v

post #3762 of 4088
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Originally Posted by angel72 View Post

hi all, it' my first post here

sorry for my bad english, hope you'll understand! I received my di-v3 with TXCO upgrade and PSU about 10 days ago, but I'm still unable to make it work!!

not exactly: it works perfectly in other pc, but not in mine. when I install the drivers, the VIA control panel only shows 44.1 or 48 kHz options, and in any case, it doesn't sound (on other pc it reaches 192 kHz, and works). the strangest thing is that I can't completely uninstall the drivers: in fact, after disinstalling, when I turn on the div3 unit my pc (w7 32bit) starts looking for a driver and finds one!! it's name is VIA USB DEVICE FS. If I try to uninstall it, then I cannot install the driver, but when I go into its properties, I find its limitations at 48 kHz, so I think this is the bug!! any idea? please help!!!

please someone help me, i'm desperate!!!!!

mr kingwaaaawink.gif

post #3763 of 4088

Try all the USB ports on your PC, especially the USB ports direct on the mother board, not the extend one.

post #3764 of 4088

i've tried with all the six usb 2.0 ports on the back of the pc

my mb is asus p5q43td

post #3765 of 4088

Do you have a spare HDD?

 

Try a clean install of Windows, and then install the DI drivers to see if it is the other software/drivers in the Windows that stops the DI-V3 from working.

 

I would use this method to isolate the problem of Hardware and software.

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