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Originally Posted by mowglycdb View Post
 

So,  listening to music again yesterday, I noticed the bass slam is gone yet again. I think it's all over the place like Dacladder said, maybe it's the i2s. I wouldn't know for sure.

i found audioquest, chord offer some cat7 cable, so in case you want to upgrade/change i think its worth having a look :)

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post #4052 of 4054
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Originally Posted by ciphercomplete View Post

I really wonder why I2s when implemented using the rj45 standard/connections has problems with stability. Might be a good question to ask Steve at Empirical audio.

I wish Kingwa would just use the ps audio/HDMI standard.

 

I wonder if it's posible to mod the DI-2014 and Master-7 for this.

 

Has anyone tried the coax/BNC(ACSS)?


Edited by mowglycdb - 9/10/14 at 10:20am
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Update:

 

I've been continuing to use the DI-2014 and I noticed that when using the USB input,  there's not much difference between using the i2s output or the coaxial output in the bass department which is what I have problems with, I didn't use a good coaxial cable though.

 

I did notice a major difference when using the coaxial input of the DI-2014, bass was much fuller/maybe less detail, I'm using the coaxial ouput of the DX-50. So in this transport I'm assuming the usb input  and all what's associated with it does something to the bass.

post #4054 of 4054
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Originally Posted by mowglycdb View Post

Update:

I've been continuing to use the DI-2014 and I noticed that when using the USB input,  there's not much difference between using the i2s output or the coaxial output in the bass department which is what I have problems with, I didn't use a good coaxial cable though.

I did notice a major difference when using the coaxial input of the DI-2014, bass was much fuller/maybe less detail, I'm using the coaxial ouput of the DX-50. So in this transport I'm assuming the usb input  and all what's associated with it does something to the bass.
Can you try to reinstall the new Aug firmware and new driver to see if it helps?
Purin and dacladder have tested new firm+driver with built in usb32 and reported pretty impressive result @___@
Edited by xxxfbsxxx - Yesterday at 5:49 am
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