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post #151 of 330
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

Also happen to me but that should be ok.

Then are yours working under ASIO: foo_dsd_asio or ASIO: SounDroid_Typhoon as outut device?

post #152 of 330
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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post

Then are yours working under ASIO: foo_dsd_asio or ASIO: SounDroid_Typhoon as outut device?

It's under "ASIO: foo_dsd_asio"

post #153 of 330
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

It's under "ASIO: foo_dsd_asio"

That's what I have an it works, but never under "ASIO: SounDroid_Typhoon" which is what you are suppose to set based on the manual.  Does anyone knows that whether the "ASIO: foo_dsd_asio" is software or not?

post #154 of 330
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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post

That's what I have an it works, but never under "ASIO: SounDroid_Typhoon" which is what you are suppose to set based on the manual.  Does anyone knows that whether the "ASIO: foo_dsd_asio" is software or not?

ASIO is audio stream input/output, so I think it's not software. It bypass all the process of foobar.

post #155 of 330
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

ASIO is audio stream input/output, so I think it's not software. It bypass all the process of foobar.

If this is correct, then the manual was messed up like I suspected.

post #156 of 330
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Originally Posted by mtthefirst View Post

It's under "ASIO: foo_dsd_asio"

 

 

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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post

That's what I have an it works, but never under "ASIO: SounDroid_Typhoon" which is what you are suppose to set based on the manual.  Does anyone knows that whether the "ASIO: foo_dsd_asio" is software or not?

 

Mine is also running on ASIO : foo_dsd_asio.

 

ASIO: SounDroid_Typhoon works for most files (44.1khz to 96khz) but not DSD files. Not sure why etysmile.gif

post #157 of 330
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Originally Posted by AlanYWM View Post

 

 

 

Mine is also running on ASIO : foo_dsd_asio.

 

ASIO: SounDroid_Typhoon works for most files (44.1khz to 96khz) but not DSD files. Not sure why etysmile.gif

Interesting, as I was only testing mine with DSD, and I will go back and verify once I am off work...

 

But I just got a delivery conformation that my nVidia Shield has arrived!!

post #158 of 330
How does VenturCraft Soundroid Typhoon compare to GO DAP TT in term of sound quality?
Which one sounds smoother, more detail, thicker, clearer, wider sound stage and more deep bass?
post #159 of 330
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Originally Posted by boombobby289 View Post

How does VenturCraft Soundroid Typhoon compare to GO DAP TT in term of sound quality?
Which one sounds smoother, more detail, thicker, clearer, wider sound stage and more deep bass?

I can't say for sure, but I think the TT will be smoother and warmer as it is a tube amp.

post #160 of 330
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Originally Posted by scolaiw View Post

 

You keep saying 80mW but Hamada san himself told me that "the power output is 120mW+120mW (32ohms) @ Gain-High" in an email.
So Sundroid has almost similar max output power like Van Verza which is 130 mW per channel?

Does Soundroid support Coaxial Digital Input (Not optical)?
Edited by boombobby289 - 8/13/13 at 10:11am
post #161 of 330
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Originally Posted by boombobby289 View Post


So Sundroid has almost similar max output power like Van Verza which is 130 mW per channel?

Does Soundroid support Coaxial Digital Input (Not optical)?

I don't think so, I have both and I can tell you that SDT's power does not compare to the VERZA, as I am sticking to it's listed spec of 80mW at 32 ohms.  The SDT does NOT have a Coaxial Digital Input (3.5mm mini-toslink only.)

 

p.s. the VERZA is actually 150mW per-channel if you use iDevices in USB-DAC mode.


Edited by DrSheep - 8/13/13 at 10:21am
post #162 of 330
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Originally Posted by DrSheep View Post

I don't think so, I have both and I can tell you that SDT's power does not compare to the VERZA, as I am sticking to it's listed spec of 80mW at 32 ohms.  The SDT does NOT have a Coaxial Digital Input (3.5mm mini-toslink only.)

 

p.s. the VERZA is actually 150mW per-channel if you use iDevices in USB-DAC mode.

Could it be VentureCraft has revised the Max Output for the latest bath of Soundroid with 120mW?

I found below link says 120mW per channel.

http://www.musicaacoustics.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/SounDroid-Specs-1024x251.png

post #163 of 330
Thread Starter 

How would the 10 Ohm output impact the T5p? It is a headphone and it is not that sensitive.

post #164 of 330
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Originally Posted by boombobby289 View Post

Could it be VentureCraft has revised the Max Output for the latest bath of Soundroid with 120mW?

I found below link says 120mW per channel.

http://www.musicaacoustics.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/SounDroid-Specs-1024x251.png

I doubt it, the SDT with the M-100 sounded mellow at the same volume setting compare to the VERZA.  Besides it was printed on the box itself.

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Originally Posted by audionewbi View Post

How would the 10 Ohm output impact the T5p? It is a headphone and it is not that sensitive.

I will let Tyll explains this.

post #165 of 330
Thread Starter 

Thanks.

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