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I am concerned about dust accumulation through the opening at the top. Any suggestion on how to deal with this?

Take the case once every year or two and blow it out with compressed air, just like with a computer.
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Got my NFB-11 today, and I was underwhelmed by how usual its sound was. I've tried HE-500, HD650 and AKG k701, and wasn't impressed.

 

Sound got interesting after I added Little Dot MKIII to the mix, using HE-500. Now I can hear new things in my music.

 

Audio-gd says they burn-in units before shipping, so I wonder why it sounded to usual. I'm comparing to HDVD 800.

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I'm comparing to HDVD 800.

 

Which is a 7 times more expensive device

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Guys, I have a question for you. Is there any way to defferentiate the absolutely first NFB-11(absolutely first model) and its successor NFB-11.32?
 

I have my finger on the trigger for one deal, which is +- 4 years old NFB-11 or 11.32, which is yet not 100% clarified and I have heard about issues with the original (former) NFB-11 problems with the USB transport...

 

Thank you as always. :)

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I thought the drivers were improved with the changeover they made in 2014, but I might be wrong.
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No, you get me wrong - the NFB 11 - I do not mean the new 2014 and 2015 edition...I mean predecessor to the 11.32 

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Hello everybody :)
I own NFB-11 now .. and I've got some questions and I need your help.
First , what are the best settings of the best sound in those two photos ?
( what should I mark and what shouldn't in the first one )

 


in the second photo , do I choose Hz 192000 or Hz 384000 ? but just for a record , the sound doesn't appear in vedio files such as K-lite and Powerdvd ...etc ... Why ?

 


my last questions : how do I know if the Dac works or doesn't ? Can I turn the Dac on/off or it works automatically ? because I asked for LYR 2 and I'll use Audio GD such as Dac . 
thanks

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Originally Posted by ahmad-bayern View Post
 

Hello everybody :)
I own NFB-11 now .. and I've got some questions and I need your help.
First , what are the best settings of the best sound in those two photos ?
( what should I mark and what shouldn't in the first one )

in the second photo , do I choose Hz 192000 or Hz 384000 ? but just for a record , the sound doesn't appear in video files such as K-lite and Powerdvd ...etc ... Why ?

my last questions : how do I know if the Dac works or doesn't ? Can I turn the Dac on/off or it works automatically ? because I asked for LYR 2 and I'll use Audio GD such as Dac . 
thanks

 

If all your listening to is mp3 or FLAC files or Internet video or watching DVD movies, then setting the audio to 24-bit/48K will be fine.

 

Just remember Cyberlinks PowerDVD software is limited to 16-bit/48K, for Blu-ray, so setting audio to 24-bit/48K will be also be fine for Blu-ray movies.

 

I really doubt you have any audio that is 384,000K, so can't see any reason for using the 384,000K setting.

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Originally Posted by ahmad-bayern View Post
 

Hello everybody :)
I own NFB-11 now .. and I've got some questions and I need your help.
First , what are the best settings of the best sound in those two photos ?
( what should I mark and what shouldn't in the first one )

 


in the second photo , do I choose Hz 192000 or Hz 384000 ? but just for a record , the sound doesn't appear in vedio files such as K-lite and Powerdvd ...etc ... Why ?

 


my last questions : how do I know if the Dac works or doesn't ? Can I turn the Dac on/off or it works automatically ? because I asked for LYR 2 and I'll use Audio GD such as Dac . 
thanks

I suggest you use wasapi or asio, asio needs a separate driver from audio-gd website, wasapi doesn't, just needs plugin. Both are exclusive mode which means that all of these settings won't matter anyway. For non exclusive mode such as normal windows sound or youtube etc., I recommend just leaving it at 16bit 44100hz.

 

You can also get exclusive mode for videos with mpc-be by using mpc audio renderer in audio settings.


Edited by willowbrook - 7/19/16 at 6:01pm
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Thank you very much ..
But now I was puzzled and did not understand very much, sorry
Can you put my own settings to the images?

*sorry 4 my bad ENG*

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Just tick everything and set it to 16bit/48000hz. It should be fine for most things including bluray.

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Here's what to choose?

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I do not use optical but using USB

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What does it make the HD800 sound like?

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