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post #1741 of 1748
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Originally Posted by StanD View Post

Yes, you will need the CCK. It is functionally similar to an Android OTG cable.
Thank you for your help,It does work.
post #1742 of 1748
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Originally Posted by Bluess View Post


Thank you for your help,It does work.

And now you can enjoy listening to music. :happy_face1:

post #1743 of 1748
Yeah, It sounds awesome with my h100j smily_headphones1.gif
post #1744 of 1748

Just a random question from someone interested in buying.

 

When you plug it into a windows pc, is the volume forced to maximum or does the mute button work in windows? (Also does master volume control work?)

 

Thanks!

post #1745 of 1748
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Originally Posted by Mike43110 View Post
 

Just a random question from someone interested in buying.

 

When you plug it into a windows pc, is the volume forced to maximum or does the mute button work in windows? (Also does master volume control work?)

 

Thanks!

 

Hi mate,

 

No you keep standard windows volume control.

However, this also depends on how you use it. It you use the ASIO driver the output is digital and straight from the player software to the soundcard (or E18). That removes that standard windows volume controls. This is standard with all DAC's and ASIO drivers.

 

 

Regards,

 

Casper

post #1746 of 1748

When I use the E18 with my laptop running JRiver Media Centre 19 it connects showing: "SPDIF Interfeace (2 - FiiO USB DAC - E18) [WASAPI]".

 

Is this the best connection? I see posters talking about the use of ASIO drivers. Does this lead to a different connection option than that above?

 

If so, does it sound any better? Thanks!

post #1747 of 1748
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Originally Posted by xp9433 View Post
 

When I use the E18 with my laptop running JRiver Media Centre 19 it connects showing: "SPDIF Interfeace (2 - FiiO USB DAC - E18) [WASAPI]".

 

Is this the best connection? I see posters talking about the use of ASIO drivers. Does this lead to a different connection option than that above?

 

If so, does it sound any better? Thanks!

 

The application must support the ASIO drivers. Like Foobar (free) or MediaMonkey.

 

The ASIO driver avoids your OS (Windows or so) to get in between the software and the DAC.

This will result in most cases in lower latency on the signal.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_Stream_Input/Output

 

In how far you will be able to hear this is another matter...

 

 

I hope this can help,

 

Casper

post #1748 of 1748

Here is how I solved the problem with having noise when wifi is enabled on my smartphone:


 

I sticked a backcover to the e18 because I wanted to use my S3 standalone, too.


 


Now I just sticked a piece of aluminium-tape inside the backcover in the upper part.

The impact to the WLAN reception is minor but the noise is totally gone.


 


That`s all!


 


 

Regards


 

Marc

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