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post #286 of 347

No (practically) for the NFB-12

Yes for NFB-2, NFB-3, NFB-5, FUN, NFB-10, NFB-19

post #287 of 347

Can anyone backup why forcing 32bit output would be better?

I can't see how this would change a thing(but what do I know).

post #288 of 347

Ok so right from the man Kingwa :

 

"The DA chips we had applied all with 32 bit input, we have do some lot test and compare , consider the 32bit is better match, so in the 2014 driver have force on 32 bit.

Kingwa"
 

Still unsure why, but I'll take his word for it.

post #289 of 347

¿Has anyone had BSOD using facebook or youtube ? I couldn't take a pic of the screen cause it reboots too fast.

post #290 of 347
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Originally Posted by mowglycdb View Post
 

¿Has anyone had BSOD using facebook or youtube ? I couldn't take a pic of the screen cause it reboots too fast.

Google how to prevent windows from auto-restarting during a bsod and you can see it the next time it happens. I've had mine bsod once and the source was the via driver.

post #291 of 347

The strange thing is I've installed the same driver on another computer and I don't get the BSOD, ¿May it have something to do with my hardware? the only solution I see for now is getting the OR5 lol.

post #292 of 347

Seems like the link to the firmware doesn't work any more.

post #293 of 347
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Originally Posted by genclaymore View Post

Seems like the link to the firmware doesn't work any more.


 



I also try to download the firmware from Audio GD for the DI v3, but the link does not work indeed.

Can somebody here post a link or PM it to me.

Thank you so much in advance.

Frans
post #294 of 347

You have to email audio-gd for it now because people was flashing and messing up their firmware.

post #295 of 347
Quote:
Originally Posted by genclaymore View Post
 

You have to email audio-gd for it now because people was flashing and messing up their firmware.


I have send an e-mail to Kingwa. I hope the link will be available again soon.

 

Edit: I received a mail from Kingwa with a new link.  :bigsmile_face: (Good service as always.)


Edited by staalf - 5/23/14 at 1:28am
post #296 of 347

Hi Everyone,

My friends and I had a interest test last Tuesday nite: Audio-gd 17.32 with & without the converter Stahl Tek ABC vs CDP Marantz 63SE. The outcome is quite surprised.

post #297 of 347

Some one use 'internal usb module' for another device? On old tennor i see  http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/TE8802/TE8802kitEN.htm  SP/DIF exit, but on via 32 may be not?

post #298 of 347
post #299 of 347

From Audio-Gd website:

 

"New USB-32 2014V3 driver release, want to cooperate with the new  firmware software (FW2014v9forDAC32bit).
Applied the full new advantage algorithm , much improve the data transmit performance .
The firmware software update tool please contact us get the link for download."

 

post #300 of 347

Wonder what has changed...

 

Since I have no way to flash the F/W.

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