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So reading the last pages, it looks like its not worth the risk updating the mobius?
At least not on the same computer that bricked your last one.
The only solution that I could imagine is using any kind of computer to:
- Receive Dolby Digital via SPDIF
- Decode to 5.1 / 7.1 PCM
- Send to external USB soundcard/device (=Mobius)
All this with very low delay, otherwise picture and audio will be out of sync.
This looks like a MiniComputer, Raspberry Pi, Asus Tinker Board, Banana Pi, Arduino or such - project to me.
A Dolby Decoder needs a licence BTW.
You're probably right but even that scares me. I've contacted Audeze Support and asked for advice, will see what they say.
Just tried the update and get the DFU driver error.... ???
You most likely need to disable Driver Signature Enforcement. I can't believe Microsoft still hasn't signed these drivers.
You shouldn't have to go through all that trouble. Just click on more options at the bottom of the box that tells you driver isn't signed. It will give you the option to still install it if you trust the software.
The driver installs ok during the installation process, windows just refuses to run it in an unsigned state. It appears in the device manager with a ! When the mobius is plugged in.
The issue seems to exist in 7.1 and 3D turned ON too.
What I found as a temporary fix is to use the Audeze HQ app and switch back and forth between the settings in the Modes tab. Still, I'd like Audeze to fix this issue but they have not spoken a word. And they usually release firmware after months, so I'm worried that a fix isn't coming soon.
Please contact support. We typically respond here if we think an issue is wide spread. We have not seen this behavior and it would be better handled through support.
Interesting. I have never ran into that situation and I have done every firmware update
It's the first time I've come up against it and I've updated once before. I had to search the thread to find an answer and it's happened to others with previous updates. It must vary on different installations.
My current install is a fresh install of a later version of Windows 10, although I might have already disabled driver signature verification on my previous install for a different reason.
Will there ever be an update that is easy to install for us non computer geeks? And that works,and no risk of failure on the headphones? Hmmm,should have keept the lcd2c.
Signed, trusted, WHQL drivers install silently.
Signed, trusted, non-WHQL drivers install with a prompt.
Signed, untrusted, non-WHQL drivers install with a prompt but will not load on x64 systems.
Well, this FORTNITE added "3D Headphone" to locate sounds above and beyond. Sounds nice? Its the next big thing in 3D Gaming. But there is one problem: with the mobius the game keeps crashing after a while. With too many sounds aka enemies around the game freezes.