Any help would be great.
Edited by eospro - 3/18/13 at 10:05pm
It's different - the SII can handle anything even 24/192 and just outputs it at 16/44.1 while the C3 can output 24/48 wav and 16/48 flac but cannot handle stuff like downsampling or reducing the output bitrate so if you have 24-bit files you should convert them to either wav or flac withing the abovementioned limits. So make sure you don't have 24-bit flac files or that the sample rate isn't more than 48khz.
Well, then beats me. I remember than someone had issues with flac files too and had to rename them to a .fla extension and after that found a solution. Maybe try converting them with a different software. Yeah, cassette tapes were nice but I'm not sure I'm going back even though I still have two functional portable cassette players and one CD walkman player. I personally got tired of issues with converting software and nowadays just use the aimp3 player I use for playing music to convert the files I need
edit: @ stozzer123 Dude, I see you often checking out the threads - I hope you decide to get unbanned soon.
LOL No need. Maybe if the mastering was better bit I honestly can't listen to Adele - she definitely needs to find someone else to master her albums, which is a shame coz I really like her songs.
All good, Converted to wav and all playing, whose a happy chap. All I need now to is buy my IEMs on friday.
Thanks for your help kova4a.
EVERYONE, buy yourself a beer
Did some mod's on that SMSL silver cable and now it is a lot more manageable, it has a subtle different sound than my other DIY cables, something hard to put a finger on... or it's just me and my old ears thinking it does.
Just one more piece required to complete this puzzle...
As I can't add attachments here, If anyone wants the C3 manual in english, PM me with your email and I will send it to you. It's a PDF file 232KB in size.
I can't find the site I got it from otherwise I would have just posted the link.