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post #16 of 17
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Played seven albums in a row without any problems - Foobar2000 WASAPI event, buffer settings at about middle.  I have already tried this in the past, but the beeping came back.  Hasn't lasted this long without it before. 


Can't assume that it has been fixed for good, but fingers crossed. 


That said, I have already bought an Audiolab 8200CD CD player with a pretty good DAC and USB input.  Can't return the item without giving up my $200.00 deposit. 


Will use this and have listed YDA-02 on eBay for $240.00.  I have made the problems I have had with the DAC clear: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/321019711825?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649


I don't think I would have had much luck selling it here given the over-the-top comments I have made!


Thanks very much for your concern and help @project86 . 

Edited by W0lfd0g - 11/8/12 at 4:52am
post #17 of 17

This is an old thread I know, but I had the same problem and it was doing my head in!!! - Bluzeboy had it right - see the below link


Read the following from the site link above


"To receive a free evaluation version and price-list, please fill out the contact form.


The free evaluation version of the TUSBAudio device driver includes all features but has a time-bomb restriction. After the device is connected, the evaluation driver works for an interval of 60 minutes without any limitation. After that interval has expired the driver inserts a short beep tone into all input and output audio channels every five minutes. The driver stops receiving and sending MIDI data after the interval has expired. The evaluation interval can be restarted by unplugging and re-plugging the device."

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